Category: Mainstream to SEND transition

Are you thinking of moving from a mainstream teaching or education role to one in the special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) sector? Are you looking for more information and support to help you make the decision? If so, then this section of the Axcis blog is for you! You’ll find information about training and support as well as what to expect in many SEND schools. If you fail to find what you’re looking for here, why not get in touch with Axcis for further advice – your local office would be pleased to help!

Did you miss our Twitter chat on moving from mainstream to SEND? Catch up here

Last week, Axcis were pleased to take part in a Twitter Chat with our partners at Network Autism. The aim was to provide useful information on moving from working in mainstream to special needs settings. If you missed it, here

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Ace your interview when making the transition from mainstream to SEND

At Axcis, we meet many teachers and support staff who want to make the move from working in mainstream schools to special needs settings. People often tell us that they don’t know what to expect, or how to sell themselves at

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Writing a CV and Cover Letter to support your mainstream to SEND transition

At Axcis, we support many education professionals who are looking to make the transition from working in mainstream environments to special needs schools, units and provisions. But without specialist experience, how can you make your CV and cover letter look

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Working for Axcis Midlands is “the best move I’ve made”

Want to know what it’s like to work for Axcis? We’ve invited some of our contractors to write a blog for us. This week’s article comes from Sarah Russell who works for our Midlands (Birmingham) Office. Sarah is a teacher who has made the transition from

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