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Peacemakers educates for peace. Our highly experienced trainers work with both school staff and pupils to develop skills, knowledge, behaviour and systems that develop peaceful learning environments.

Our work can enhance your PSHE or SMSC provision, living out school values, help with difficulties around class cohesion, low level disruption and social skills.

Our work is inclusive, dynamic and experiential – and great fun! We tailor our work to individual schools, offering:

• Interactive CPD provision, training and resources to support the curriculum and develop essential emotional, social and conflict resolution skills with children and adults.

• Peacemaker workshops providing children with the social and emotional skills to build relationships and resolve conflicts peacefully.

• Peer Mediation services - training pupils to resolve disputes between themselves.

• Whole School Approaches/ Whole Organisation Approach to develop skills to build, maintain and repair relationships. This combines all of the above with the development of a whole school ethos based on Restorative Approaches.

• Our new resource ‘Learning for Peace’ supports Spiritual, Moral, Social, Cultural development with an emphasis on peace. Aimed at primary schools and offering a spiral curriculum and comprehensive toolkit of activities.

For further information please contact us, view the impact stories document in the downloads section of this page or visit our website.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Sara Hagel
Contact Position
0121 236 4796

Where to go

Peacemakers - Office
41 Bull Street
B4 6AF

Time / Date Details

When is it on
During term-time, in schools, not at specific times.

Other Details


There is a charge to the schools, however, we try not to let cost prevent schools from working with us. We apply to a wide variety of charitable trusts throughout the year and, thanks to their generosity, we are able to run a bursary fund. Schools can apply to this bursary fund order to reduce the cost of running our courses.

Record Last Updated on: 27/03/2018

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