Oliver, working for Louise (Axcis London)
Since starting at Winsor Primary School Oliver has shown his commitment through his excellent attendance and outstanding punctuality. He regularly checks in to give feedback and seek advice. He shows initiative and has become a valued member of our school community. The children he works with are making good progress and his approach is calm and methodical. Thank you for your dedication to our school.
George, working for Nicola (Axcis London)
George has fit in so well (and very quickly) at Strathmore, it is clear that he has made a commitment to the class and school as a whole. He is wonderful to work with, always polite and has such a positive up-beat attitude. He has made wonderful relationships with both the pupils and staff. We consider him a part of the Strathmore team!
Kathy, working for Louise (Axcis London)
Kathy is an exceptional SEN teacher. She is calm, flexible and caring to our students. Kathy has a wonderful sense of humour and just gets on with it, whatever the day brings! Her lessons are well planned to suit the learner with sensory components that student love. We need more Kathys!
Olena – working for Camelia (Axcis London)
Olena, working at Hartley Primary, has made an outstanding contribution in her short time here, working proactively with her charges, taking on all advice and showing an instinctive understanding of her pupils’ needs. More than one member of staff has asked if we can keep her on, but sadly budgetary restraints prevent this.
Tanya – working for Camelia (Axcis London)
Tanya, also working at Hartley, has been highly instrumental in the huge progress her pupil has made. In particular, she has been running very successful language support groups under the guidance of our speech therapist, who is very complimentary about Tanya.
Abi – working for Karolina (Axcis London)
Abi has never treated the student she teaches any differently even through the students we work with have been excluded from mainstream schools. Abi always goes above and beyond to ensure that the students get a fair chance of achieving their academic goals. Abi, has taken students within this cohort to the next level in terms of offering GCSE’s for the Y11s. We have students doing more than 6 GCSE’s. Students are based in the Brent Civic Centre Library daily with other members of the public studying as if they are already in college. For Abi to achieve this award would mean so much to our little service as it would show the team that she works alongside that hard work always pays off.
Nominations are now closed
Nominations for Candidate of the Term Summer 2017 are now closed. However, if you have an Axcis contractor who has gone above and beyond the call of duty, why not get in touch with us to nominate them for next terms awards? We appreciate every nomination, and so do our candidates! Winners for the summer term awards will be announced soon – so watch this space!