With the new term well under way, we would like to welcome all our new staff and say a big thank you and welcome back to all our loyal, committed staff. Last academic year saw us opening yet another office; this time in Reading, providing full or part time work for teachers, teaching assistants, cover
Its World Teachers day on 5th October and the EWC are using this day to launch their (PLP) Professional Learning Passport which is an online portfolio only available exclusively to EWC registrants; it allows staff to record their (CPD) Continuing Professional Development online in their EWC login portal. Apollo Teaching Services actively promote CPD for all
Apollo Teaching Services are extremely happy to celebrate their tenth anniversary today. It’s been a wonderful and exciting journey. We would like to say a massive thank you to all our amazing Schools, Teachers, Support Staff and Office Staff, that have supported us during the last 10 years. We look forward to your continued support
Daniel and Gareth from Apollo’s Pontypridd office, were delighted to present the winner of our Easter competition with their prize today. The winning entry came from Lacey of St. James Primary School. Lacey has received a brand new bike, together with enough chocolate for all of her class mates. Well done Lacey!
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
**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
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