Month: August 2015

Writing a CV and Cover Letter to support your mainstream to SEND transition

At Axcis, we support many education professionals who are looking to make the transition from working in mainstream environments to special needs schools, units and provisions. But without specialist experience, how can you make your CV and cover letter look

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Top news stories from our partners at Network Autism

Courtesy of our partners at Network Autism, we are pleased to be able to share with you some of the top recent news stories from the world of autism.   Making lunchtimes a positive experience for pupils with autism This

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URGENT: The NAS need your support today – sign this letter!

As proud partners of the National Autistic Society, Axcis want to help spread the word about an important issue. 87% of campaigners for the charity told them that they or someone they know waited too long for an autism diagnosis. There are just two days

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Working for Axcis Midlands is “the best move I’ve made”

Want to know what it’s like to work for Axcis? We’ve invited some of our contractors to write a blog for us. This week’s article comes from Sarah Russell who works for our Midlands (Birmingham) Office. Sarah is a teacher who has made the transition from

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Top 10 Tips for SEND Transitions

September is a time for transitions for school children and many can find this time very stressful. This is especially true for pupils with special educational needs, and in particular – autism. This is because of an impairment in flexibility of

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Why aren’t we all recruitment consultants?

An insight into the industry with Axcis Education The “average” recruitment consultant in the UK runs a temporary recruitment desk (or a mix of temporary and permanent), earns £28, 820 and is satisfied in their job. Sounds great – why

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Winning an award for just doing my job – hear from the winner of the NAS/Axcis Outstanding Achievement Award

Winning an award for just doing my job – by Jacky Wyatt, winner of the NAS/Axcis Award for Outstanding Achievement by an Individual Autism Professional. In March of this year, I was fortunate enough to be awarded the NAS/Axcis Award

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What does a teaching assistant do?

Thinking about becoming a Teaching Assistant? Want to know more about what the job entails? If the answer is yes, you’re in the right place! The Role of the Teaching Assistant “To work under the direct instruction of teaching/senior staff, usually

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Going above and beyond: Being a successful SEND teacher with Axcis

Our summer “Candidate of the Term” awards were a huge success, with one of our London contractors winning an award for his outstanding hard work. Hear from Miguel on how he felt about winning, as well as what he does in

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Axcis Interview Advice: 10 Ways to combat interview anxiety and improve your performance

We all know that performing well at an interview can make all the difference when it comes to getting your perfect job. But many people find the process stressful and as a result do not present themselves in the best possible

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