Apex Inclusion has attracted a large amount of positive attention in the media in recent years. Here is a selection:
BBC report suggests units keep young people out of jail
TES report – Apex Inclusion has positive impact
Enquire blog – Young people have their say on Apex Inclusion
Call for Apex Inclusion to be rolled out to other schools
Watch Apex Inclusion film:
Apex Inclusion news:
Jasmine, an S3 pupil of Dunfermline High School has been working very hard over the past couple of months to create an art piece all about herself using her judo…
On the 31st of January this year Project Apex took a group of young people down to visit North East of Scotland College at Fraserburgh. We set off at 9am…
Chloe is a fourth year pupil in Lochgelly High School who has been working with Inclusion Co-ordinator, Kirsty Yeoman, in an intensive support programme. Chloe is currently working to achieve her Certificate of Personal Effectiveness (CoPE), which is awarded by ASDAN after completion of 12 modules.
Nine pupils from Lochgelly High School took part in the 24 hour relay for life event at Caird Park Dundee on Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 August 2013.
The pupils of Apex Inclusion Unit in Dunfermline High School are raising money for a trip to Alton Towers both for young people involved in the school’s Challenge Programme and those who are facing difficult circumstances. The most recent fundraising event, bag packing at Asda, raised £427.
Dunfermline High School 3rd and 4th year pupils who attend the Apex Inclusion Unit there were invited to spend a week with Scottish Fire and Rescue Service in Fife, learning what it means to be a fire fighter. The full-time course is specifically designed for youths, highlighting the effects and hazards of fire as well as training in first aid, and drug and alcohol awareness.
Fife Young Carers staff visited the Apex Inclusion Unit in Lochgelly High School recently and were presented with a donation from the pupils.
As a conclusion to group sessions looking at crime and its consequences, Kirkland High School Inclusion Unit organised a visit to Kirkcaldy Sheriff Court. The young people wanted to visit the court to experience being a member of the jury and listened to a variety of cases.
A group of third years from Lochgelly High School who follow the Flexible Curriculum group took part in a three day team building course.
Lochgelly High School and local drug and alcohol service The Zone came together last Wednesday and delivered a training day to pupils around the impact/consequences and effects that drugs and alcohol can have.