Alpington & Bergh Apton C of E VA Primary School

Staying in touch

One of the amazing things about our school is the way the whole school family comes together to support and encourage each other.

On this page you will find contact details of people and organisations within our community who can offer help, support or a listening ear to help keep us all connected.  We will keep this page updated as new contacts emerge.

Please don’t hesitate to pick up the ‘phone or send an e-mail.

The Alpington Team

Alpington & Bergh Apton C of E VA Primary School
Wheel Road
Tel. 01508 492700
Headteacher: Rosie Welch  –

School administrator: Karen Reeman –

Safeguarding concerns

Anyone who has concerns about a child can ring the Children’s Advice and Duty Service: Tel: 0344 800 8020

More safeguarding information can be found in the school’s safeguarding policy.  Please click here. Safeguarding

The following website gives information which will help keep children safe online to report harmful content.

Information for adults and children at:





There is lots of useful information about children’s health and wellbeing, including advice for parents about behaviour on the Just One Norfolk website

Just one number is a single point of contact for parents about children’s health and well being.  The number is 0300 300 0123 or click below for the website link and more information.,child’s%20physical%20or%20emotional%20health.

Each class has it’s own e-mail address.  Teachers will be checking this on a daily basis.

Rev Chris Ellis
The Rectory
29 Ashby Road
Tel: 01508 484174

Need someone to talk to/a listening ear or practical help, for example shopping, walking the dog, picking up prescriptions … Father Chris has a network of helpers that will be able to assist.

Sally Morris – representative of the local church community
Tel. 01508 493407
Email –

Sally Hitchcock
Parent Support Advisor
*Please note I work a three-day week
(Tues-Thurs) term-time only
07825 356836

The following links may also be helpful  – Norfolk children and families website  – South Norfolk Early Help Hub  – Children and young people’s health services.  Tel 0300 300 0123 – Young people’s mental health – Face to face appointments have stopped but lots of really useful information on the website. – (support network for children with SEND) – Parenting advice