Family Mediation

Brookfields School has a trained and qualified Mediator who is able to provide confidential and impartial help to families of pupils who attend the school.

What is Mediation?

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  • The role of the mediator is to help parties reach a solution to their problem and to arrive at an outcome that both parties are happy to accept
  • Mediators avoid taking sides, making judgment’s or giving guidance
  • The Mediator is responsible for developing effective communications and building consensus between the parties
  • The focus of a mediation meeting is to reach a common sense settlement that is agreeable to both parties
  • Mediation is a voluntary process and will only take place if both parties agree to participate
  • It is a confidential process where the terms of discussion are not disclosed to any party outside the Mediation process
  • Family Mediation can help everyone in the family be involved
  • Mediation can help families find a solution that works for everyone
  • If you are going to Family Court, the Judge will expect you to have consider Mediation before applying for Court. Our Mediator can help you with this process
  • Mediation gives you more say about what happens, helping you to remain in control
  • Mediation helps reduces stress and conflict between parties
  • Any agreements you make during Mediation can be changed if your circumstances change
  • Mediation helps the children involved to maintain and continue with important family relationships
  • Mediation can resolve difficulties a lot quicker than long drawn out court battles

For more information about Mediation, please contact Ashley Sayer (Family Support Worker) on 0118 942 1382 or 07516 241989 or email [email protected]

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