Reflection Morning March — Lawson
18 March 2017
8:30AM - 11:15AM
Reflection morning at Lawson
Restorative Practices – Making Things Right
Families are the first places of learning. Among the myriad skills children acquire, like tying shoe laces, flushing and putting things back, is the capacity to form and repair relationships. This capacity is deeply rooted in our ability to ‘learn from our mistakes’. It is the centre point of a process called Restorative Practices.
During this session, links will be made to the teachings of Jesus in the Gospels. Notes and question cards will be made available.
Presenters. As parents and grandparents, and teachers and leaders in schools, Liz & Vic O’Callaghan have worked with school communities across Australia and around the world to give adults and children access to their own deeper capacities to learn from the harm that results from wrong doing.
When and Where
Santa Maria Hall
253 Great Western Highway, Lawson NSW 2783
(Next to Our Lady of the Nativity Parish Church)
Saturday 18th March 2017 | 9:15 am – 12:15 pm
All welcome. A small donation on the day is appreciated.
Venue: Lawson (Blue Mountains)
Santa Maria Hall, Lawson (in the Blue Mountains west of Sydney);
Parking at Our Lady of the Nativity Catholic Church Lawson (enter by Somers Street) – OR – Kitchener Street, Lawson (8 spaces). To gain access to the car park please exit the Great Western Highway onto Somers Road immediately before the church.
For railway travelers to Lawson:
Go east on the Great Western Highway. Turn right at Orient St., left into Mary St. Walk to the end. (10 min. walk)