Category: News

This section of the Axcis blog contains all sorts of interesting and useful information. From SEND articles and policy updates, to resources, events and what else is going on at Axcis – you can find it all here!

Candidate of the Term Summer 2019: More Nominations!

Louise, working for Blake (Axcis London) I would definitely nominate Louise. She has been amazing and invaluable. One of the most positive people that’s ever worked with children and so skilled at what she does! we are so sad she’s

Candidate of the Term: Summer 2019 Nominations

Who has been nominated and why for the Axcis Candidate of the Term Summer 2019 awards? Some of the lovely nominations we have received are listed here. Why not take a look? Diana, working for Laurence (Axcis South West) She

Summer Holiday Jobs with Axcis

Are you looking for a summer holiday job working with children or young people with special educational needs or disabilities? Whether you have experience in this field or not, Axcis may be able to help – read on to find

Axcis July Giveaway: Toy Picnic Set

July is national picnic month, so we are giving away this wonderful toy picnic set. Explore shapes, colours, foods and much more with your class with this lovely learning toy. About the Prize Learn about colours, shapes, manners and more

Special Technology Tools and Apps. for SEND Children and Students (Guest Post)

Emma Robertson, advocate for innovation in learning has kindly provided this guest blog for Axcis which explores various tools and apps to support SEND children in the classroom and at home. With technology becoming a big part of our lives,

What are the 5 types of cyber bullying?

In this guest post, we discuss the 5 types of cyber bullying as well as how you can help to keep children safe online.

5 tips for being a successful education recruitment consultant

Thinking about becoming an education recruitment consultant? Want to know more about it? Here is my top 5 tips on what it takes to be great at the job. 1. You have to want to do it Being an education

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SEND News Roundup

Report into children with SEND being ‘stuck’ in mental health hospitals Starting Secondary School with BBC Bitesize Communications Toolkit Launch of review to understand the impact of policy development on children and young people nasen announce new Chair of Trustees

The power of project based learning (guest post)

SEMH school leader, Graham Chatterley is a regular contributor to the Axcis blog, In this post, he discusses the power or project based learning. I do a lot of outreach and much of the time I’m asked how we get

Musical instruments to make with your class

With World Music Day around the corner, what better project to do with your children than create some instruments with them? Even better if you can bring a discussion about reusing or recycling into it, too! Here are our top

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