The Foundation is a registered charitable trust supporting the work of Paul Carlile and Tom Macready: making their comprehensive ‘Restorative Principles in Practice’ training programme readily accessible to schools, families and organisations.
Paul Carlile - Director of Training
Paul has over 30 years experience in education. A former Headteacher, OFSTED Inspector and regional School Improvement Advisor, Paul gained national and international recognition for his work in the North East of England working with schools in challenging circumstances. Paul is known in the UK, and overseas, for his contributions to school improvement, and for his leadership and trainer's role in the Restorative Practice initiatives in Hull and Milton Keynes. Paul's passion is supporting Headteachers who seek innovative school improvement solutions, but expect practicality, relevance and significant impact.
Tom Macready - Co-ordinator
Prior to his present role with the Foundation, Tom was a Local Authority educational psychologist in Bedfordshire and Milton Keynes. In 2003, Tom was responsible for introducing a Restorative Justice initiative into three schools in Milton Keynes. A DVD of this work was produced in 2005 and sold throughout the UK. The present emphasis on applying 'Restorative Principles in Practice' reflects the evolution of this initiative and Tom's commitment to social relationships that are respectful, engaging and inclusive. Tom's views on learning and dialogue are represented in his published paper, 'Learning Social Responsibility in Schools – a Restorative Practice'.