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Health and Safety

At Antingham and Southrepps Primary School safety always takes priority. The Headteacher and the Governors make regular checks of the building, ensure that risk assessments are regularly updated and safety guidelines followed. We keep a copy of the school’s Health and Safety Policy in the school office for you to view should you wish to do so.

Please keep us updated about any medical requirements your child may need. Parents will need to complete a medical form from the school office for any child who needs to take medicine in school, including inhalers.

All accidents at school are recorded in our accident book. Mrs Flatman and Mrs Cork, our trained first aiders, will administer any treatment they feel is necessary and you will be informed at the end of the school day. If the injury requires further treatment or assessment you will be contacted immediately. Please ensure that we are kept up to date if there are any changes to your contact details.

We have regular fire drills each term, or whenever we have new staff joining us. We prepare the younger children for these events so they are not frightened, but if your child is particularly sensitive, please let the class teacher know.


Safeguarding Children

We all have a duty to safeguard and promote the welfare of children during their time at our school. If you have any concerns about a child or adult, please speak to Mrs Sam Petchey (Head of School and Lead Designated Professional for Safeguarding) or Mrs Ruth de Neve (Deputy Designated Professional for Safeguarding), in person or by telephone on 01263 833282.

All visitors are asked to sign in and wear a lanyard so that all staff and children know that everyone who is on site is ‘safe’. All visitors are asked to carry our safeguarding leaflet which explains our safeguarding policies and our fire evacuation arrangements.

Regular visitors are asked to complete additional reading regarding our policies and procedures that keep our school a safe place.


The Norfolk Threshold Guide encourages an approach that facilitates early discussion, conversation and dialogue when we have emerging worries about children.

Our Schools

Synergy Multi-Academy Trust comprises fifteen Norfolk schools serving children between the ages of 2 and 18. Our schools work collaboratively together to raise standards and provide education of the highest possible standard, offering the best of opportunities for pupils. The Trust was initially established in 2015. We believe that all of our schools have strengths and areas to develop, and that all can improve through sharing expertise and wisdom. The Trust understands that there will be excellent practice in each school, and that every school will be able to contribute to the development of the Trust as a whole.

Our Schools

Synergy Multi-Academy Trust comprises fifteen Norfolk schools serving children between the ages of 2 and 18. Our schools work collaboratively together to raise standards and provide education of the highest possible standard, offering the best of opportunities for pupils. The Trust was initially established in 2015. We believe that all of our schools have strengths and areas to develop, and that all can improve through sharing expertise and wisdom. The Trust understands that there will be excellent practice in each school, and that every school will be able to contribute to the development of the Trust as a whole.