All of the schools within our Trust schools have made a commitment to ensure that all of our students and pupils are offered daily support both academically and pastorally.

Each school has put together information regarding our young people working at home.

The expectations are that:

  • Teachers will set work by 9am each day.
  • Students will follow the timetable set by the school
  • Students are expected to read the instructions from their teachers carefully, and apply themselves fully, in order to complete all of the work that has been set.
  • Students are expected to do at least 30 minutes exercise a day

 

Should during this time, you need to report any safeguarding or welfare concerns about a young person, please do so via the individual school website.

As a Trust, we all have a responsibility and a duty to finding the best way forward that we possibly can, through this challenging time.

Covid 19 Information

The Apollo schools are following government and Public Health England guidelines.

The Government have announced that schools will be closed at the end of day 20/3/20 to all students, with the exception of
identified students & children of Key workers.

Mental Health & Well Being

Health and well-being is a mixture of physical, mental and social factors which can change over time and vary depending on different stages in life. Your health and well-being may not always be in a positive state and many things can affect this.

Useful Links & Resources

We have put together a list of useful resources. 

Safeguarding children is everybody’s business. If you have a concern about a child whilst schools in the area are closed, it is important that you report this via the schools website.