Month: November 2016

Worksheet Wednesday: John Lewis Free Christmas Resources

This week, for Worksheet Wednesday, we bring you a selection of FREE Christmas resources courtesy of John Lewis. There are a lovely selection of activities and printable support materials for children to use in the run up to Christmas. There

Posted in SEND Resources

Candidate of the Term Autumn 2016: Nominations

Who has been nominated and why for the Axcis Candidate of the Term Autumn 2016 awards? Find out here… Bisan – working for Camelia in our London office We would like to nominate Bisan. She is very flexible, uses her initiative, communicates well with

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Candidate of the Term Autumn 2016: Nominations

Who has been nominated and why for the Axcis Candidate of the Term Autumn 2016 awards? Find out here… Mizanur – working for Louise in our London office Mizanur relates well with other members of the team, parents and has a

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Twitter Chat: Autism and Education, 29th Nov, 4pm

Network Autism, exclusively sponsored by Axcis, will be hosting a Twitter Q & A with Sarah Hendrickx on the 29th November at 4pm (#autismedchat). The session will focus on autism and education and is FREE to participate so if you have a burning question

Posted in NAS and Network Autism, News, Training & Events

Planning for Difficult Christmas Situations: A Blog Post by Andrew Whitehouse

The excitement of Christmas and routine changes can be very difficult for children. This post focuses on three challenging areas families face during Christmas: giving and receiving presents, managing overstimulation and excitement, and understanding routine changes.   1. Present Giving

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Why we need EU trained staff in our schools

There is a well recognised recruitment crisis within the education profession in England and Wales. The government recently told us that there are now 15,000 more teachers in the profession than there were in 2010. However, this figure is less impressive when you consider that

Posted in Candidates, News, Overseas Trained Teacher Support, SEND Teacher Information

Children in Need at Axcis

Axcis are thrilled to have raised £287.47 for Children in Need 2016. But what did we get up to and what’s it all about? What is Children in Need? BBC Children in Need is a charity which provides grants to projects

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Signs of bullying and how to deal with it

Could you spot bullying in your classroom? Would you know how to deal with it? Here are 8 signs of bullying and how to tackle the issue.   All teachers and support staff should refer to, and follow the school anti-bullying

Posted in Candidates, News, SEND Resources

Twitter Q&A: autism and employment (22nd Nov 4pm – FREE!)

Network Autism, exclusively sponsored by Axcis, will be hosting a Twitter Q & A with their Employment Training team on the 22nd November at 4pm (#autistictalent). The session will focus on Autism and employment and is FREE to participate so if you

Posted in Candidates, Clients, News, Training & Events

Why you should consider teaching special needs

Don’t think teaching special needs is for you? This might change your mind.   When I asked a teacher the other day why they didn’t want to consider special needs as a possible career path, they said: I don’t know

Posted in Mainstream to SEND transition, News, SEND Teacher Information
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