Author: Emily Marbaix

Set up a SEND friendly classroom

What do you need to consider in order to ensure that children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) are comfortable learning in your classroom? Get some top tips here. Know your students Every child is different, and every child

Back to school resources – SEND information, worksheets and other materials from Axcis – summary

Support and professional development is important to us here at Axcis – that’s why we  work hard to bring you useful resources and training guides to support your professional practice. Here is a summary of our SEND resources – all

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How supply work can benefit your education career

Supply work isn’t just a back up option, it can genuinely benefit your career – here’s how. 1 – It can significantly broaden your experience Working on a supply basis means you that you may be in a different school

How to memorise names… it’s that time of year again!

Are you a teacher or member of school support staff who is struggling to memorise the names of the children in your class(es)? If so, this blog is for you. Read on for some helpful ideas… When I was a

5 activities to encourage friendships in your class

The first days in a new school or class can be daunting for many children. Surrounded by people you don’t know, in an environment you’re not familiar with. Imagine how this experience can be magnified by many children with SEND.

Axcis September Giveaway: Stationery and Craft Gear

This month, we are giving away a mega craft bucket along with a bundle of useful stationery items. We are sure this will be helpful to any teacher or member of school support staff in the coming term – find

Are you ready for the new term? Checklist for supply staff.

Are you ready for the new term? Why not take a look through our handy checklist to be sure you have everything in hand before the new term starts? 1. Make sure you have everything up to date. If you

Teaching is About Relationships: Be an Ideal Friend (Guest Post)

In this guest post, Journalist Cheryl Hearts discusses the qualities of an ideal friend and the importance of teachers including these qualities into their everyday practice. There is a belief that every person that we cross paths with during our

SEND News Roundup

Nasen News Exclusions data is published Recruitment Opportunity: WSS – Senior Contract Manager Recruitment Opportunity: WSS – Programme Assistant nasen Awards 2019 update! The Caldecott Foundation are seeking a trustee! Vacancy: Project Manager for Whole School SEND National Autistic Society

If we want children to make better choices we have to give them better odds of success (guest post)

Graham Chatterley is an SEMH school leader and father to an autistic son along with two other children. He regularly provides guest blogs for Axcis. In this one, he talks about the challenges children face when dealing with difficult situations

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