On Friday 13 October, Josh from Apollo Cwmbran was invited to be part of St Joseph’s High School Careers Event. Josh talked to the students about how his career developed from leaving school and not knowing what he wanted to do, to where he is now as a successful recruitment consultant. Josh ran a sales
Yesterday Pencoed Comprehensive School held the first of their two transition days. Pupils from the feeder Primary Schools of Pencoed, Croesty, Coychurch and Dolau were invited to take part in science experiments and see what life will be like when they move up to the Comprehensive School. Jon, the manager of Apollo Bridgend popped into
School Councils or Student Parliaments are a great opportunity for students to gain experience of working as a team, making decisions and affecting change. On Friday, Cynffig Comprehensive School held elections for their new Student Parliament, and on Monday, the successful students took part in a training day to prepare them for their new role.
Matt has worked for several of Apollo’s offices, and is currently the manager of Apollo Reading. The launch of our new App and website means there’s lots going on at Apollo Teaching Services, so we wanted to bring it back to basics. Here’s an insight into what it’s like to be part of Apollo Teaching
Dan is the manager of Apollo Pontypridd and has been with the company for 8 years. After popping into Head Office earlier today, we thought it was a good time to have a chat and find out what working for Apollo is like for him. What has your career path been since you started with
If you’re in the Reading area and are looking for a new career, don’t miss Reading Job Fest today. Running from 10.30 to 3.30, the free event gives you the chance to meet potential employers and get career advice! Matt & Raluca from ApolloReading can answer any of your questions about a career in Education and