This chapter presents how the framework of positive peace offers new possibilities for building a culture of peace in schools. It suggests that positive peace in schools can be achieved through an approach that is characterised as the iPEACE model. The iPEACE model is two-fold. The first element is responsive and is connected with peace-keeping and peace-making; the second is proactive and is connected with peace-building. The responsive iPEACE model stands for: identify conflict; Pick the right strategy; Enable voices to be heard; Attack problems not people and Acknowledge feelings; Create options; Evaluate. The iPEACE peace-building model stands for: identify what peace-building means for the school, Plan for peace-building, Enable multiple and holistic perspectives, Accept complexity and diversity, Embrace Creativity, Evaluate and grow. The chapter also focuses on transformation of knowledge about peace and conflict; transformation of perspectives; and transformation of relationships, with self, other people and the cosmos.