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!

What is special educational needs?

What is special educational needs? Find the UK definition here as well as information about what different kinds of special educational need there are plus what resources and support are out there to help you. What is special educational needs? Special

Preparing to support your pupils with SEND (nasen guest post)

How can you prepare to support children with SEND in the new school year? Alex Grady, Education Deveolopment Officer for nasen, has kindly provided us with this essential guidance in her guest blog for Axcis.   Getting off to a positive

5 first day back activities to encourage friendships in your class

The first day of school can be daunting for many children. Surrounded by people you don’t know, in an environment you’re not familiar with. Imagine how this experience can be magnified by many children with SEND. As a teacher or

Fun things to do at home on wet days with your children

Fed up of planting your child in front of a screen when it’s wet? Looking for something fun to do at home on wet days with your children during the weekends or school holidays? Here are 5 suggestions to get

What is attachment disorder and how can we effectively support children with it?

What different types of attachment disorder exist, how can you spot it and what can you do as a teacher or member of school support staff to help children who have it in an educational setting? Find out here. What is attachment

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Resources to support autistic pupils with exams (guest post)

  We are thrilled to feature this guest post. Courtesy of our partners at Network Autism, this is an invaluable selection of articles and resources for school staff on how to best support autistic pupils with exams. Resources to support

Detecting and Supporting Anxiety in the Classroom

Mental health has never been in the headlines more frequently than it has been of late. Changes in legislation have put greater emphasis on teachers and other school staff to support children with social, emotional and mental health issues (SEMH), but

Writing Tips for Teachers Assisting Children with ADHD (Guest post)

In this guest post, Grace Carter talks about how we can assist children who have ADHD with their writing. Many thanks to Grace for providing this article for the Axcis blog. Writing Tips for Teachers Assisting Children with ADHD (Guest

Internationally speaking (a guest post about non verbal communication)

Dawn Brown Dawn is a teacher at an all age special school in Hertfordshire. She is the autism lead and Intensive Interaction co-ordinator. She is also an accreditation assessor for the National Autistic Society and a trainer in communication, sensory integration,

Gaming and ADHD: The Cause or the Cure? (Guest post)

  Angela Stringfellow is the managing editor at Family Living Today. She writes about family safety, parenting tips and other family-focused topics. She has kindly provided this article about ADHD and Gaming for the Axcis blog. Gaming and ADHD: The Cause

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