Author: Emily Marbaix

Axcis at the NAS Professional Conference and Autism Professionals Awards 2018

As ongoing supporters of the National Autistic Society, Axcis were proud to again be the headline sponsor of this years Professional Conference. We also sponsored an Autism Professionals Award. Find out who won as well as what else made this

Would a career in recruitment suit you? If you answer “yes” to these 5 questions, then it probably would!

How do you know if a career in recruitment would suit you? What skills are needed and is it something you can do if you have no prior experience? Find out here by asking yourself these 5 key questions. 1.

Get involved with World Autism Awareness Week 2018

At Axcis, we are hugely proud to sponsor the National Autistic Society. That’s why we like to encourage the schools and candidates we work with, as well as the staff in our own offices, to get involved in World Autism

8 tips for working in a behavioural unit (guest post)

  Clare Edmondson is an experienced behaviour consultant who runs a range of training for schools/settings around behaviour and mental health. In this guest blog, she shares 8 quick tips for working in such a setting.   Teaching in a

Introducing our new Midlands consultant…

Axcis is continuing to grow as more and more schools hear about us and start using our services. As a result, our Midlands office has a new consultant – Dave Meehan, so if you’re seeking work (or staff) in the Birmingham area, why

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Simple Mother’s Day craft gifts you can make with your class

Are you looking for simple, inexpensive Mother’s Day craft ideas? Then look no further! You’re sure to bring a smile to mum’s face with one of these projects. From paper flowers and pots of love to simple beauty treats for

New to autism? (Guest post)

Sue Goldman is an autism education specialist offering support, advice and teaching to autistic children, their families and educational settings (check out her website here). She has kindly written us this guest post which gives advice to those who are

Axcis March Giveaway – Sensory Music Kit

Many of us are aware that music can be an effective teaching tool, and this is especially true for children with special needs. That’s why we have decided to offer a nifty sensory music kit as our Axcis March Giveaway prize.  

Introducing our new Axcis South West Consultant…

Axcis is continuing to grow as more and more schools hear about us and start using our services. As a result, our South West & Wales office has a new consultant – Evie North, so if you’re seeking work (or staff) in

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An Italian art teacher’s journey into the UK education system with Axcis. (Guest post)

Axcis candidate Emanuela Di Filippo shares the story of her journey into the UK education system in this guest blog. About me My roots run deep in Italy. Born and raised in Rome, I experienced a wonderful education in the