Category: Clients

At Axcis, we work with hundreds of schools up and down the country. In this section of the blog, we have added all the blogs which we feel may be of interest to our clients who work in schools. You’ll find hints and tips about recruiting SEND staff, information about the exhibitions and conferences Axcis will be at (or sponsoring) as well as updates on SEND news and policy, what’s happening at Axcis and much more!

SEND News Roundup

Nasen News Standards for supporting people with PMLD published SENCO Induction Pack published Report on Effective SEND practice in ITT published Timpson Review of School Exclusion published Consultation launched on funding for SEND and those who need AP Recruitment Opportunity:

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?

How can you put Andy and Lionel to work?

Many of our readers will be familiar with our company mascots – Axcis Andy and Lionel the Lion. But why did we choose these mascots and how can you put them to work in your school or setting? Here are

Exclusive Axcis Discount for First Aid Training

Adrian Sevume Kauma has kindly provided Axcis with this guest blog about his training company and why he was compelled to start it, as well as offering Axcis readers an exclusive 15% discount on his courses. Do you know how

Nasen Awards 2019: Nominations Now Open

As proud sponsors of the National Association for Special Educational Needs (nasen), we are pleased to announce that nominations for their 2019 awards are now open. Find out more, as well as how to make your nominations here (but be

Familiarity, Organization, and Patience: Helping an Autistic Child Cope with School Anxiety (Guest Post)

This guest post is kindly provided by Jenny Wise. Jenny is a homeschooling mom to four children, one of whom is autistic. She and her husband made the decision to home-educate when their oldest was four years old. During this

What does an exam invigilator do?

Do you need to find out what an exam invigilator does? Perhaps you’re looking for work as an exam invigilator, or need to hire this type of staff for your school or provision. If so, read on. What is an

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The winning school is…..

Last term, we ran a competition with our client schools for a chance to win a £250 voucher to enhance the environment or resources for their pupils. Find out which school won here. Giving something back At Axcis, we feel

How to keep children safe online (and avoid Momo and the like!)

Keeping children safe online is a hot topic. With the likes of Momo and other questionable content floating around, how can we prevent our children from becoming exposed to such things? Here are some suggestions: 1 – Keep them offline

Using Competition Activity in the Vocational Curriculum with learners with SEND (Guest post)

This guest post is brought to you by Louise Keevil who is Natspec’s inclusive skills lead. In this informative guest blog, she explores how you can use competition activity in the vocational curriculum with learners with special educational needs and

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