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!

8 reasons overseas teachers should consider working with Axcis

What makes Axcis different to all the other agencies out there? Why should you consider working with us, or feel secure in your choice of company if you already are? Here are 8 reasons for choosing Axcis if you are

5 tips for getting up for school on a cold morning

Ease the transition from your soft, warm bed to the busy classroom with these top tips for getting up on a cold morning. 1 – Warm up Setting the central heating to come on half an hour before you have

Coffee break interview: What’s it like to be diagnosed with dyslexia as an adult?

Georgina is a Resourcer in our South West & Wales office. She has kindly shared her experience of what it’s like to be diagnosed with dyslexia as an adult. We hope that sharing her story might help if you or

Do Winnie the Pooh Characters really represent different mental disorders?

There are various reports on the web suggesting that each character in Winnie the Pooh represents a different mental disorder, but what are they, and is it true?   These reports stem from an article by the Canadian Medical Association,

What does a pupil guide do?

Find out what a pupil guide does, and why the role is so important as well as how you can find work in this role near you. What is a pupil guide? A pupil guide is a person who accompanies

Become a Vetting Administrator with Axcis.

Are you working in a call centre, or in a busy admin role and seeking a new challenge? Have you thought about becoming a vetting administrator? Find out all about the role, and how it might suit you here! What

Is labelling children unavoidable to get them the help they need and deserve? (Guest post)

Graham Chatterley is an assistant head at a school in Warrington for pupils with a range of SEMH needs. He has 4 children, the youngest 2 of which have varying ASD needs. One being very high functioning with some social

Free resources with the Big Schools Birdwatch

It is widely recognised that getting outdoors and experiencing nature is great for children, so why not get your class involved in the Big Schools Birdwatch? It’s running now (and until 23rd Feb), so take a look at the FREE

Introducing… Graham (Axcis Manchester)

Axcis is continuing to grow as more and more schools hear about us and start using our services. As a result, our Manchester office has a new consultant, so if you’re seeking work (or staff) in the Manchester, Stockport or Tameside areas,

FREE Resources: Face Dominoes

Do you work with students who need to learn how to recognise how others are feeling? If so, check out this fantastic resource we found on the SEN Teacher website! What are Face Dominoes? Face Dominoes are a set of