Category: Guest posts

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

My takeaways from the autism roller coaster (guest post)

Graham Chatterley, SEMH school leader – has kindly provided this guest post which offers a heartfelt insight into the ups and downs of being a parent to a profoundly autistic child. Recently, I went to the North West Pastoral Leaders

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

A few days left to take Autism Act survey! (Guest Post)

In this guest blog, kindly provided by our partners at the National Autistic Society, we bring you ten things you need to know about ten years of the Autism Act, plus a reminder that there are just a few days

World Autism Awareness Week 2019 (Guest post)

World Autism Awareness Week takes place from the 1st until the 7th April 2019. At Axcis, not only are we excited to take part, we are also enormously proud to sponsor the Schools Activity being offered by our partners at

My journey from being withdrawn from PE at school to becoming an Olympic gold medalist (guest post)

Recently announced as the new patron for nasen, a charity we are thrilled to be associated with, Danielle Brown MBE has kindly provided us with this guest post. She talks about her journey from struggling at school with PE, through

Careers advice and SEND (Guest Post)

In this guest post, Careers Adviser Theresa Petzold talks about how she caters for students with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) when undertaking careers advice sessions in schools. How staff can support careers guidance for SEND students As I

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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

Why punitive consequences without context do more harm than good (Guest Post)

Graham Chatterley, SEMH school leader – has kindly provided this guest post which explores why punitive consequences can do more harm than good for our children and young people. Consider this – we live in a society where (provided that

Supporting your autistic pupils (Guest Post)

Our friends at the National Autistic Society have kindly provided this guest post on how you can support autistic pupils in the classroom using their MyWorld resources, proudly sponsored by Axcis.   Autism is a development disability that affects people

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