Month: September 2016

Axcis staff take on 3 Peaks Challenge for chosen charities

On Saturday 24th September 2016, a group of intrepid explorers from Axcis departed on a 25 mile, 3 peak challenge in Yorkshire which was to bring with it laughter, tears, fears and ultimately a huge sense of achievement. Not to mention

Worksheet Wednesday – ABC Missing Links (Literacy)

This week, for Worksheet Wednesday, we bring you a fun way to work on the alphabet with your students. Simply print off the worksheet and ask your class to fill in the “ABC Missing Links”.   We have been scouring the internet

School jobs in Leicester and Loughborough – find out how Axcis Midlands can help!

Do you live in the Leicester or Loughborough areas? Axcis Midlands are looking for special educational needs and disabilities teachers and teaching assistants for SEND jobs, starting ASAP. Experience not always necessary. What sort of people are we looking for? Axcis Midlands

NASS Annual Conference – Why you should attend (if you’re not already)

As proud sponsors of the NASS Annual Conference, we thought we’d let you know why we can’t wait to go along, and why you should consider booking a place (if you haven’t already!) Conference details Date: 13th and 14th October

Worksheet Wednesday: Multiplying by two with feet!

This week, for Worksheet Wednesday, we bring you a fun way to introduce your class to multiplying by two. The idea is that they count pairs of feet in the picture and then work out the grand total.   We

How Teaching Assistant Qualifications Can Help Your Education Career

What’s more important, teaching qualifications or experience?   If you are looking to get a teaching assistant job in today’s competitive marketplace, then it pays to have both. Many teaching assistants come from professional backgrounds where qualifications are non-existent, usually

Axcis Education continues exclusive sponsorship of the National Autistic Society for a further two years

We are delighted to announce our continued partnership with The National Autistic Society for a further two years, as well as continued exclusive sponsorship of Network Autism. The network is the charity’s vital online service created to bring autism professionals together

Worksheet Wednesday: Clock Bingo (numeracy)

Clock bingo – a simple, fun way to introduce your class to learning about times of the day. With varying levels of difficulty available, this is a resource which is sure to appeal to a wide range of special educational

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Axcis – thrilled to sponsor Autism-Europe International Congress 2016 with the NAS

Most people familiar with Axcis will know that we support the National Autistic Society, and have been doing so for a number of years now. In fact, we are their single biggest corporate sponsor and are thrilled to support many

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5 first day back activities to encourage friendships in your class

The first day of school can be daunting for many children. Surrounded by people you don’t know, in an environment you’re not familiar with. Imagine how this experience can be magnified by many children with SEND. As a teacher or