Synergy Multi-Academy Trust is made up of schools, both secondary and primary, from north Norfolk. The Trust was initially established by Reepham High School and College in 2015. Our vision is simple; for all of our schools to work together to provide teaching and learning of the highest quality and for all of them to provide an exceptional range of educational experiences and opportunities.
Health, Welfare and Pastoral Care
At school we like to get to know each pupil very well, discovering their interests, hopes and fears. Children are encouraged to manage their own behaviour. The School expects good behaviour from all pupils.
The behaviour policy is based on a rules, rewards & consequences system - rewards might include house points and good work assemblies which recognise effort and achievement in all aspects of school life. Restorative practices are also used to address behaviour issues.
All pupils at FJS should be well mannered and polite. As well as a pattern of reward, there is a clear system for consequences which are imposed if poor behaviour becomes a problem. We always try to address these problems in partnership with parents/carers. The full Behaviour Policy is available on the school website.
Health and wellbeing
Minor injuries are dealt with by staff with First Aid Certificates. Parents/carers will always be contacted for more serious injuries. If a child is too ill to join in class activities he/she will be sent home immediately, for this reason it is vital that the school has up to date contact numbers.
The class teacher is responsible for the children's wellbeing. Further help is available from the Pastoral Support Leader, Deputy and Headteacher.
A Teaching Assistant has responsibilities for children taking regular medication. Please let them know of any particular difficulty or medical need your child may have. Medication cannot be administered without a signed form of parental consent.
All Norfolk schools are required to follow the Norfolk Safeguarding Children Board Guidelines designed to protect children from abuse. Serious concerns for children's well-being and safety will be reported by the Head to the Social Services. A copy of the Norfolk Guidelines is available for reference in the School Office.
Children & Young People's Health Services
Just One Norfolk provides children and young people's health services to the community. They offer help & support for issues such as worries & anxiety, anti-bullying, self harm, building resilience, healthy lifestyles, Solihull Online Parenting Course and lots of other useful services. Find out more here.https://www.justonenorfolk.nhs.uk/ or call Just One Number 0300 300 0123.