Month: December 2015

Top Safeguarding Tips for Supply Staff

Safeguarding is always a hot topic for education professionals. But how can you make sure that you are meeting your responsibilities with regard to safeguarding while working at schools on a supply basis? 1 – Pay close attention during your Axcis registration interview Your

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Axcis Staff: How to update your availability for work

Keeping us up to date on your availability for work is essential. If we don’t know you are free, you are less likely to be offered work. Here’s how you can keep us informed.   Your online diary Your online

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Local SEND students design Axcis Christmas cards

You might have read one of our recent blogs which talked about local special needs students designing greetings cards for us . This was such a huge success that we also commissioned the students to produce our Christmas cards. This

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Pathalogical Demand Avoidance – A great conference and Twitter Chat

Last week, the National Autistic Society ran two events on Pathological Demand Avoidance. There was a one-day conference in Peterborough and an online Twitter Chat with Debra West from the PDA society. The week threw a spotlight onto a condition

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Axcis Candidate of the Term: Nominations

Are you impressed by your Axcis contractor? Nominate them today for the Axcis Candidate of the Term Awards. At Axcis, we are extremely proud of the fantastic work our SEND teachers and support staff do every day in the classroom.

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Axcis Bristol fundraise for special school sensory room

Louise, Victoria, Misra and Claire from Axcis Bristol have been working closely with one of their local special schools for some time. They recently discovered that the school are desperately trying to raise funds to improve their sensory room, so

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Axcis December Giveaway: Shopping Vouchers and Axcis Andy!

We usually try to make our competitions relevant to those working with special needs. This year we’ve given away lots of fantastic books, PECs kits and sensory toys, to name but a few. However, for many people, we appreciate that

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