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!

Useful ADHD Resources

Are you looking for useful information or resources to support children in your school or alternative provision who have ADHD? If so, this article is for you! What is ADHD? ADHD stands for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. A person with ADHD

What is Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), what causes it and how can you support children who have it?

If a woman drinks alcohol during pregnancy, she risks damaging her baby. Sometimes this can result in mental and physical problems in the baby, called foetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD). Find answers to your questions about this condition and how to support

Set up a SEND friendly classroom

What do you need to consider in order to ensure that children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) are comfortable learning in your classroom? Get some top tips here. Know your students Every child is different, and every child

Back to school resources – SEND information, worksheets and other materials from Axcis – summary

Support and professional development is important to us here at Axcis – that’s why we  work hard to bring you useful resources and training guides to support your professional practice. Here is a summary of our SEND resources – all

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5 activities to encourage friendships in your class

The first days in a new school or class 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.

How to Help Your Child Thrive in the Long Run By Making Healthy Decisions Now (Guest Post)

Jenny Wise has kindly provided this guest post for the Axcis blog which talks about the importance of health and wellbeing for getting your child off to a good start in life. Parents are a child’s first teacher, friend, and

5 Tips for helping young people with eating disorders in schools (guest post)

Hope Virgo, Author and Mental Health Campaigner has kindly provided this guest post for the Axcis blog. I always struggled quite a bit when I was growing up with my emotions. I hated feeling anything but particularly distressing things. I

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

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