Month: April 2016

April with Axcis

From Onesie Wednesday in support of our partners at the National Autistic Society, to Mental Health Awareness Training with Lorraine Petersen OBE, April was another busy month at Axcis. Find out more about what we got up to in April here

Autism in the news – a collection of stories from NAS

Our friends at Network Autism (part of NAS) like to keep tabs on autism stories in the news. On their website, you’ll find a summary of all the latest autism news stories from many different sources. At Axcis, we want

Rare chromosomal disorders support sheets

Are you new to working with children who have rare chromosomal disorders? Do you need some information about this as well as ideas for some classroom activities and guidance on how to support a young person with this condition? If the answer is

Mentally Healthy Schools – by Lorraine Petersen OBE

About Lorraine Petersen OBE We are thrilled to publish this piece written by Lorraine Petersen OBE. Lorraine has 25 years’ experience in the mainstream school environment as a teacher and Head Teacher. From 2004 – 2013 Lorraine was CEO of

Autism in the news from our partners at NAS

Our friends at Network Autism (part of NAS) like to keep tabs on autism stories in the news. On their website, you’ll find a summary of all the latest autism news stories from many different sources. At Axcis, we want

Why we can’t wait for nasen Live 2016!

On the 29th and 30th April 2016, nasen will be hosting it’s annual special educational needs event at The Royal Armories in Leeds. FREE to enter, and with plenty of additional seminars available, there is sure to be something for everyone. At

Premature Birth Support Sheets

Are you new to working with children who were born prematurely? Do you need some information about the condition as well as ideas for some classroom activities and guidance on how to support a young person with this condition? If

Involving African Families in the Education of their Autistic Children

Network Autism asked us if we have any candidates who would be interested in writing an article about working with children who are on the spectrum. We put the feelers out and were pleased to have this piece submitted by Olatokunbo (Ola) Bankole. Ola

Overseas Teachers Chat – Join us on 17th May at 7pm on Twitter! (#axcisedchat)

At 7pm on 17th May 2016, Axcis are pleased to be offering a live Twitter chat with our Overseas Recruitment Manager, Sarah Stickland. The conversation is to be focussed on advice for those wishing to move to the UK to teach. We’d love to hear your questions

Attachment Disorder Support Sheets

Are you new to working with attachment disorder? Do you need some information about the condition as well as ideas for some classroom activities and guidance on how to support a young person with this condition? If the answer is

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