Peer restorers have an important role in helping our school to be a happy place; they are easily spotted as they wear a yellow lanyard when they are on duty in the playground. Children who are interested in becoming a peer restorer complete an application form and attend an interview. They also need a recommendation from their class teacher. The application process encourages them to speak to their friends and class teacher about their confidence in developing peer restorer skills and helps them to assess their suitability to take on this role of responsibility.
They play games with the KS1 children and look out for children who are being kind and respectful in the playground, sharing this good news with an adult.
If children fall out with their friends, peer restorers find out what has happened and work with the children to help them find a way to put things right.