Bullies and kids who mess about badly in class are being made to face up to their actions in parts of Scotland.
The school scheme encourages pupils to think about what they've done and say sorry to their victims, with help from other pupils and teachers.
It will be tried out in Fife, Highland and North Lanarkshire. A similar scheme in Glasgow has worked and stopped kids behaving so badly.
Teachers say the scheme cuts down bullying and helps motivate kids.
As part of the plans, specially-trained pupils and teachers help kids involved in a row to agree what's happened, who's been hurt by it and how it can be sorted out.