The Apollo Academies Trust is a brand new, vibrant and dynamic trust. We are a very forward thinking organisation that provides the latest innovations in education. We can open doorways to learning opportunities on a local, national and global level. Our trust is operated in Norfolk and our founding school is in King’s Lynn. We have been set up as a primary level driven trust so our key expertise is in EYFS, KS1 and KS2. Each school has its own unique personality and we work with that. Every trust school has its own community values, ethos and a unique feel. That is why as a trust we tailor our approaches to meet an individual school community. Our schools really value our approaches, support and guidance.

EMBRACING A CULTURE THAT PROMOTES HIGH ACADEMIC STANDARDS AND LIFELONG LEARNING

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Recognising and responding to diversity and difference in our communities

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Enabling and empowering learners through a digital vision

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Our trust is about you meeting your needs, your way.

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Each school has its own unique personality and we work with that.

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Educational excellence in West and North Norfolk.... and beyond!

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Welcome to Apollo Academies Trust

The Apollo Academies Trust is a brand new, vibrant and dynamic trust. We are a very forward thinking organisation that provides the latest innovations in education. We can open doorways to learning opportunities on a local, national and global level. Read more >

Latest news

Ukraine: King's Lynn school says it wants to inform pupils
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Howard Junior School receives multiple Royal British Legion awards
In recent years, Howard Junior School has worked exceptionally hard to honour our country's fallen soldiers. From creating a giant poppy on the school stage each year to visiting the cenotaph with children dressed as soldiers, the school always ensures that they pay respects to our nation's past to the highest degree. On Friday 17th September at a dinner hosted by the Royal British legion and in the presence of the Mayor, Howard Junior School showcased a video marking the work that has been done by the school. Two awards were also given to the school to mark the association between the school and the Royal British Legion. The awards were presented by esteemed members of the Royal British Legion, including ex-servicemen and the local chairman for the organisation. Read more

Children at a school near Sandringham hold service for Prince Philip
A remembrance service for the Duke of Edinburgh has been held at a school just six and a half miles from Sandringham. Children dressed as Queen’s Guards and laid paper flowers in honour of Prince Philip. Read more

The magic of books
Stories jumped off the page and into the classroom when schools across West Norfolk celebrated World Book Day. Read more

Pupils hailed as ‘superheroes’ after first week back in the classroom
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