Category: SEND Resources

In this section of the Axcis blog, you will find articles, classroom resources and much more to support your SEND practice. For a quick summary of what’s available, take a look at our SEND Resources Overview. We hope that you’ll find what you are looking for on here. If not, get in touch and let us know what you need, and we will do our best to find it and add it!

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,

The Role of the SENCO

What does a SENCO do? How do you become a SENCO? Find out more about the role of the SENCO here. What does SENCO stand for? SENCO stands for special educational needs co-ordinator. What does a SENCO do? The SENCO

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

Simple home made Father’s Day gift ideas

Father’s Day is in June, so why not make use of these simple home made Father’s Day gift ideas? Ideal for use either at home or in the classroom, they need minimal materials and support to come up with a

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Top 10 Revision Tips

Do you need revision tips? If the answer is yes, then you’ve come to the right place. Find our top ten revision tips here: 1 Timetable and Prioritise Making a revision timetable is a good idea, but don’t spend hours

5 Tips for preventing heat stress in children with SEND

We all know that we should keep children (and ourselves) cool in summer to prevent heat stress or any other heat related problems. But what can you do as a parent, teacher or carer to ensure your children enjoy the heat,

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

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

Top tips for staff who are new to working in SEND schools

If you are thinking about working in a special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) school, or have just accepted your first post in one and want some tips to help you get started, then look no further. 1 – Make

Easter Craft Ideas -great for the classroom or at home

Easter is a lovely time of the year – with the warm weather approaching, school holidays to look forward to and plenty of time with friends and family, what more could you wish for?! In this blog, we share some

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