Author: Emily Marbaix

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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Internationally speaking (a guest post about non verbal communication)

Dawn Brown Dawn is a teacher at an all age special school in Hertfordshire. She is the autism lead and Intensive Interaction co-ordinator. She is also an accreditation assessor for the National Autistic Society and a trainer in communication, sensory integration,

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

FestABLE – UK’s first National Festival of Specialist Learning

FestABLE – 2nd June 2018 This year is an important year in SEND. April 1 marked the deadline for Education Health and Care Plans, the very foundation the Children and Families Act is built upon. Aspirational in nature but seriously

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Supply staff: Get work quickly when the new term starts

How can you make sure you are at the top of the pile when it comes to making sure you get work quickly at the start of a new term? Here are our top tips. Make sure you have everything up to date. To

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Gaming and ADHD: The Cause or the Cure? (Guest post)

  Angela Stringfellow is the managing editor at Family Living Today. She writes about family safety, parenting tips and other family-focused topics. She has kindly provided this article about ADHD and Gaming for the Axcis blog. Gaming and ADHD: The Cause

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 – Sian Lewis, so if you’re seeking work (or staff) in the Bexley, Bromley or Croydon

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What do our staff say about working for Axcis?

What’s it like to work for Axcis Education Recruitment? Hear from our staff members and decide for yourself! Kira I have been at Axcis for over a year and it was the best decision I made. Prior to joining Axcis,

Axcis April Giveaway: Maximising the Impact of Teaching Assistants book

Are you a teacher or school leader? Do you want to ensure that you are maximising the impact that teaching assistants make in your school? If so, then this prize is for you! Find out more about it here as

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