Axcis April Giveaway: Paper Potter and Butterfly Seeds

April is Great Outdoors Month, and culminates with National Gardening Week (starting on the 30th). With this in mind, we are offering a fabulous Paper Potter and packets of butterfly attracting seeds in this month’s giveaway. Find out more about this great prize here, as well as how to enter completely free of charge.

About the prize

With reducing plastic waste so high on the agenda for many schools and organisations, how can you plant seeds and avoid using plastic plant pots? We have the perfect solution on offer as part of our April Giveaway. This Paper Potter turns old newspapers into eco-friendly, biodegradable seedling pots. This means that it’s a tool that can be used year after year, class after class. Whether you’re growing fruit, vegetables, sunflowers or any other kind of seed, this is a great little tool! To get you started, we are including a variety of butterfly-attracting seeds to plant with your students. Once they get going, they could become part of the schools sensory garden, or they could go home to encourage more winged visitors.

How to Enter

Our giveaways are always free to enter, no strings attached! We offer several entry methods so you can either take a quick peek at our Facebook page, Tweet us or sign up on our website for work and you’ll be in with a chance to win. Follow the link below and you’ll be sent to our third party giveaway page (run on there to keep things fair and square) – where you can choose your method of entry and get your name in the hat for this great prize!


Are you seeking SEND work or staff?

If you’re not already registered with Axcis, but would like to seek a SEND teaching or support position, why not get in touch or register with Axcis today and find out how we can assist you? Alternatively, if you are seeking SEND staff for your school or provision, or would like to refer a friend to us, pop us and email – we’d be happy to help!

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