Last half term, we launched a giveaway in conjunction with nasen to win one of their Annual Webinar Passes worth £200. We are now thrilled to announce the winner and give you some more information about upcoming courses. Who are …

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Why are nursery rhymes so beneficial for early childhood development, how can you teach rhyming and how might you make nursery rhyme lessons special needs friendly? Find out here. What is a nursery rhyme? A nursery rhyme can be defined …

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In recognition of Anti Bullying Week which starts on the 16th November, Axcis are thrilled to bring you this exclusive interview with Dr Emily Lovegrove, AKA “The Bullying Dr.” Why not take a look and see what you can add …

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Our October giveaway offers you the opportunity to win a copy of Graham Chatterley’s recently released book entitled “Building Positive Behaviour”. This is a fantastic resource that offers supportive, practical advice for managing challenging behaviour. About the Prize In Building …

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Graham Chatterley has kindly provided this guest post for the Axcis blog. Graham is an ex-special school leader, father, SEND consultant and trainer. In this blog he discusses how the period of lockdown and school closure may have affected children …

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Are you looking for materials to support your special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) practice prior to your return to the classroom in September? Or perhaps you work with holiday schemes, residential homes or have children with special needs yourself. …

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Are you looking for materials to support your autism practice prior to your return to the classroom in September? Or perhaps you work with holiday schemes, residential homes or have children on the spectrum yourself. Whatever your situation, if you …

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