Continuing Professional Development

On the 16/12/15 we brought to your attention a BBC report that the Welsh Assembly’s education committee reported that a lack of professional support might be causing newly qualified teachers to leave the profession. The publication highlighted concerns teachers may face while undertaking supply work in schools. Apollo Teaching Services actively support and promote continuing

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Text Santa Appeal

Apollo would like to thank all our office staff and everyone at the Children’s Centre that helped raise £91 for the Text Santa Appeal.

Important Information for All Staff

**ALL STAFF** We respectfully bring to your attention the Education Workforce Council Regulations regarding support staff in Wales, which dictates that in order to continue working within an educational establishment all persons after the 1st April 2016 must be registered with the Education Workforce Council (EWC).  Please be aware that any qualified teachers who may wish

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News Today

A BBC report today announced that the Welsh Assembly’s education committee reported that a lack of professional support might be causing newly qualified teachers to leave the profession. It particularly highlighted supply work.  It stated that 30% of supply teachers around 1,500 in Wales were newly qualified teachers and that the Welsh assembly government is

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Pen-y-Dre School’s Royal Visitor

Everyone at Apollo would like to wish Pen-y-Dre School good luck for their visit from HRH Prince Charles, as he meets teachers from the Teach First Programme today. http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/local-news/merthyr-high-school-set-receive-10587832

Information for all Staff

In September 2015 Apollo Teaching Services became aware of inaccurate comments about our daily pay rates and payroll charges made by Valley Education in an email to staff. A complaint was made to the Advertising Standards Agency (ASA), and following an investigation by the ASA, Valley Education have given an assurance that they will not repeat the inaccurate comments

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North East Schools Fireworks Competition Winner

We would like to say a huge thank you for all the wonderful art entries we received from the schools in the North East of England that participated in our bonfire night art competition. Steve McGarrity and Liam Monaco Phillips, were kindly invited by Ms Orr to present the prestigious first prize, of a shiny new mountain bike during

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Fireworks Art Competition Results

We would like to say a huge thank you for all the wonderful art entries we received from the schools that participated in our bonfire night art competition. Lloyd Williams, Welsh International and Cardiff Blues rugby player visited the winner, Gracie May at Bryncethin Primary School, to present the prestigious first prize of a shiny

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