Behaviour

Behaviour

Children at Antingham and Southrepps are well behaved.

We encourage courtesy and care for each other’s feelings at all times. Respect for both personal and public property is expected from everyone.

Our aim is for children to gradually take responsibility for their own behaviour, encouraging self-discipline. All members of staff reinforce these standards which are backed up by a structured system of written comments, praise, encouragement, stamps, stickers and certificates being presented in our weekly achievement assemblies.

If children disregard or disobey the agreed rules then, after due warning, sanctions are introduced. If poor behaviour should become a problem, then parents are always informed and their support requested.

Lottery Bid; Parent Survey

How your child learns - please complete the survey!

We are working with lots of local schools in bidding for several hundred thousand pounds of Lottery funding to run courses for parents and carers on helping understand what really goes on in their children's heads, and how they can most easily support their learning- without any battles!

In order to get the bid approved, we need to prove that there is a need for it, so please could you spend just 2 minutes completing our survey? You can find it by clicking here.