This week, Apex staff have embraced all that is festive. Inspired by Save the Children’s campaign, we have been modelling our Christmas jumpers to help raise funds for local causes. Although a national charity, our hearts are in our communities and, as this is where we invest our time and energy on a daily basis,…
Apex Fife News
Each year it is a privilege to be able to look back and see how much has been accomplished over the past 12 months. This year’s Annual Report highlights our involvement at a local level, showing not only how much our communities across the country appreciate our contribution, but also how much it means to…
Congratulations to the Fife Throughcare Team who won this year’s Apex Scotland Betty Crawford Memorial Award. The team work alongside colleagues from Social Work to provide a holistic and joined up service to young care leavers in Fife.
Very sadly, Apex lost a dear colleague when Cathie Gibson from the Fife Throughcare team, passed away suddenly in May this year. Cathie was a shining example of commitment and integrity and she loved working with the young people that came her way.
Pupils from Lochgelly and Dunfermline High School’s Inclusion Units joined forces at the recent Scottish Learning Festival to spread the word about the work that Apex does in their schools and how it has impacted on them.
Pupils from Dunfermline High School Inclusion Unit joined forces with staff from ASDA recently to tidy-up a local Dunfermline beauty spot.
Staff and pupils from Apex Scotland’s Dunfermline High School Inclusion Unit were thrilled that the successful results of their efforts to reduce exclusion numbers in the school was recognised and broadcast by the BBC’s One Show on Tuesday 29 May.