Author: Emily Marbaix

Resignation date is fast approaching – should you wait or anticipate your recruitment needs?

With the deadline for school resignations fast approaching, should you wait for the outcome of your own recruitment efforts, or consider going out to agencies proactively? When is the deadline for teachers and school staff to hand in their notice?

SEND News roundup from our partners

At Axcis, we are thrilled to be associated with the National Autistic Society and nasen. Each month, we bring you the latest news highlights from our partners, so if you’d like to know what’s been happening with these great organisations

Teachers and support staff – why you should consider doing BSL (British Sign Language) training…

Are you a teacher or member of school support staff with an interest in working with children who have a hearing impairment (HI)? If so, then you should probably consider doing some British Sign Language (BSL) training, if you haven’t

Detecting and Supporting Anxiety in the Classroom

Mental health has never been in the headlines more frequently than it has been of late. Changes in legislation have put greater emphasis on teachers and other school staff to support children with social, emotional and mental health issues (SEMH), but

Nasen Live 2018 – 3 reasons you should book your place (if you haven’t already!)

On Friday 6th July, Axcis are thrilled to sponsor nasen Live 2018. Taking place at the Birminghgam ICC, find out why we can’t wait for this essential SEND event here. About nasen Live 2018 Nasen Live 2018 is a must-attend one day

Room to Reward – what is it and could anyone in your setting be a “hidden hero”? (Guest post)

We all know a Hidden Hero – people who do so much, for so many and ask for nothing in return. All over the country, there are millions of people making a difference and having a positive impact on the

Writing Tips for Teachers Assisting Children with ADHD (Guest post)

In this guest post, Grace Carter talks about how we can assist children who have ADHD with their writing. Many thanks to Grace for providing this article for the Axcis blog. Writing Tips for Teachers Assisting Children with ADHD (Guest

Axcis May Giveaway – a pair of FestABLE tickets!

Do you work in the SEND sector? Would you like a FREE pair of tickets to the UK’s first National Festival of Specialist Learning? Find out more about the event here, as well as how to enter our giveaway to

WIN! A £250 garden centre voucher for your school by taking part in our “Sensory Garden Feature” competition.

Many schools now offer their students access to a sensory garden or room (some schools are fortunate enough to have both!) The benefits of these are well recognised for boosting the mental health of our youngsters. But setting up and

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Introducing our new Axcis London consultant…

Axcis is continuing to grow as more and more schools hear about us and start using our services. As a result, our London office has a new consultant – Nicole Austin, so if you’re seeking work (or staff) in the Brent, Hillingdon or Harrow

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