Top Blogs of 2019

What were our most popular blogs of 2019? Find out here and see if you missed any of these little gems!

Andy and Lionel bring you our top blogs of 2019 – enjoy!

Do Winnie The Pooh characters really represent different mental health 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?

Challenges I face while working as a TA and how I overcome them

We asked our teaching assistants what sort of challenges they face while working in the classroom, and how they overcome them. The answers were so useful and insightful that we felt they would be great for anyone who is currently a TA, or thinking about becoming one.

What’s it like to work in a PRU? Find out and apply here

What is a pupil referral unit (PRU)? What is it like to work in one? How do you get a PRU job? And how do you know if it’s the right setting for you? Find out the answers to these questions and more here.

5 Tips for being a successful education recruitment consultant

Thinking about becoming an education recruitment consultant? Want to know more about it? Here is my top 5 tips on what it takes to be great at the job.

4 Bits of behaviour management advice I’d give my NQT self

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 and understanding difficulties, however managing well in Mainstream Primary. The other having significant ASD, ADHD and Sensory Processing Disorder needs requiring an SLD setting. This has put Graham in an unusual position of experiencing both sides of Special Education Needs which has aided his understandings of both. He has kindly provided this guest post for the Axcis blog.

10 Tips for an autism friendly classroom

Autism is prevalent in our mainstream as well as special schools. If you need advice for supporting those on the spectrum while at school then look no further – our top ten tips will get you well on your way.

Children with high functioning autism in SEMH settings. Are they failing at education or is education failing them? (Guest post)

An SEMH school leader, Graham Chatterley has become a regular guest-blogger for Axcis. In this post, he discusses the suitability of an SEMH setting for students with high functioning autism, and what mainstream settings can do to better support children on the spectrum.

Top tips for new TAs, from experienced TAs

We asked our teaching assistants what advice they would give to those who are new to the profession and this is what they had to say…

Refer your friends to Axcis and earn up to £250 in shopping vouchers

Refer your friends to Axcis, and not only will you be helping them to find work, but you will also earn up to £250 in shopping vouchers* – everyone’s a winner!

Moving into special needs teaching and need to ace a trial day/lesson?

Are you in the midst of moving from working in mainstream schools to special needs schools? Do you need advice on how to perform well at a sample lesson/day? If the answer is yes, then this article is for you.

Are you seeking SEND work in 2020 in England or Wales?

If you’re looking for a new challenge in 2020 and would like the opportunity to work with children or young adults with special educational needs and disabilities, why not register with Axcis, the SEND recruitment specialists? From short-term/flexible supply work to long-term and permanent contracts, we have opportunities available at a range of levels – from entry level teaching assistant jobs to specialist teaching, therapy and leadership posts. Register on our website or email us a CV and we will be in touch to discuss how we can help.

Merry Christmas from Axcis Education

We wish you a very Merry Christmas and hope you are having a wonderful, well earned and restful break

Merry Christmas from Andy, Lionel, Elfin and all at Axcis Education Recruitment

Are you seeking SEND work or staff for January?

If you’re looking for a SEND teaching or support job in England or Wales, why not register with Axcis, the SEND recruitment specialists? Or perhaps you need to recruit staff for your school or provision? If so, why not take a look at the Axcis Website, or get in touch today to find out how we can help?

South London Special School Students Design Axcis Christmas Cards

We asked the students at Highshore special school to design and produce some Christmas cards for us to use during the festive season. See the fantastic designs they came up with here.

Why ask students to design Christmas cards?

You might have read one of our other blogs which talks about local special needs students designing greetings cards for us . This was such a huge success that we also commissioned them to make our Christmas cards. The students came up with a range of designs and sent them over for us to choose from before putting three of them into production. This was fantastic experience for the students who learned about taking a brief, coming up with designs and then fulfilling an order. Great business studies and art links!

The chosen designs

Last week, our order was delivered and we couldn’t be happier with the outcome. We are sure you’ll be impressed too – this is what the students came up with:

Andy and Lionel are loving the 2019 Axcis Christmas Card designs!

Would you like to work with Axcis?

If you’d like to work for an agency which genuinely values it’s relationships with both candidates and clients alike, why not register online or get in touch with your local Axcis office today to find out how we can help you? We have offices across England and Wales and a team of expert consultants who would love to assist you.

We can help find you a teaching or teaching assistant job starting in January

 

Find your next SEND job with Axcis

We have plenty of teaching assistant jobs starting in January, as well as teaching and school leadership vacancies – so if you’re a SEND teacher or member of school support staff, or are interested in becoming one, why not take a look?

Interested in getting into SEND?

Although we are always interested in hearing from experienced SEND teachers and teaching assistants, we also offer advice and training for those looking to get into this type of work. So, if you have a passion for special needs, and are currently available for work, why not take a look at the jobs we have available for January?

Where do we have jobs available for January?

We have teams based in the following areas:

  • Bristol/The South West
  • Devon & Cornwall
  • South Wales
  • London/The Home Counties
  • Midlands
  • North Wales
  • Liverpool
  • Manchester

Each team has consultants who cover a broad region, but they realise the importance of finding local work, and will support you to find the perfect teaching or teaching assistant job in your local area for January.

What sort of jobs for January do we have available?

Whether you’re looking for a teaching or a teaching assistant job – or perhaps you’re interested in being a lunchtime supervisor or exam invigilator – we have a range of vacancies which could well suit your personal situation. We work with provisions such as:

  • Mainstream primary schools
  • Mainstream secondary schools
  • Colleges
  • Autism schools
  • MLD schools
  • PMLD schools
  • Residential schools

And many more!

We work with these provisions to find staff for:

  • Mainstream Primary Teaching Assistant Jobs
  • Mainstream Secondary Teaching Assistant Jobs
  • Education Care Assistant Jobs
  • Learning Mentor Jobs
  • Higher Level Teaching Assistant Jobs
  • MLD Teaching Assistant (or Teacher) Jobs
  • Autism Teaching Assistant (or Teacher) Jobs
  • PMLD Teaching Assistant (or Teacher) Jobs
  • VI Teaching Assistant (or Teacher) Jobs
  • HI Teaching Assistant (or Teacher) Jobs
  • Subject Specialist Teaching Assistant (or Teacher) Jobs in a range of SEND settings

Plus many, many more – whatever role the schools we work with need to hire, we endeavour to help, so you never know what jobs we will have available!

Finding your perfect match

If you couldn’t find the perfect role on our website today, please remember that we have new positions coming in every day – some are filled so quickly that we don’t even have time to list them on our website! If you register online, we will create a profile for you and contact you when the perfect match comes in. So why delay, do it today!

Refer a friend to Axcis

Did you see a job on our pages which you thought could be perfect for a friend or family member? If so, recommend them to Axcis today and you could earn up to £250 in shopping vouchers – find out more here.

Schools – leave your outstanding SEND vacancies with us to fill over Christmas!

Struggling to fill any last-minute SEND teaching or support vacancies? Why not leave them with us over Christmas and come back to a shortlist of candidates ready to trial or interview? Let us make your break less stressful!

Book an award-winning member of supply staff with Axcis Education Recruitment

How it works

Simply call or email your local team with the details of your outstanding SEND teaching or support staff jobs. If you don’t already work with Axcis, one of our consultants will have an in-depth chat with you about your provision and the sort of person you’re looking for so that they can be sure to get it right for you. During the holidays, your Axcis consultant will then advertise, interview, shortlist and vet candidates on your behalf. On your return in January, you can then either review the candidates who have been shortlisted, or go straight for a trial of who we feel the most suitable person is for your role. All being well, you’ll then keep that member of staff on for your anticipated needs. However, if it doesn’t work out, you can always try other potential candidates out until you find one you want to keep. Simple!

Not sure if Axcis is the agency for you?

If you’ve not worked with Axcis before then it’s understandable that you may be hesitant to trust us to fill your requirements while you are relaxing and enjoying your Christmas break. To alleviate any doubts, why not take a look at what other schools say about the candidates we have placed with them? We hold regular “Candidate of the Term” awards and many clients are happy to nominate our staff members – all our previous nominations can be found here – but a few of the most recent are also listed below for your convenience:

Maryam, working for Jessica, Axcis Midlands

I want to nominate Maryam as she is always so calm and positive with our very complex needs children. She does not let any of the ASD behaviours affect her approach but treats the children respectfully and is responsive to their need. All of our staff have commented on her great attitude and willingness to help and she is has fitted into the team perfectly.

Emma, working for Blake, Axcis London

Emma, she goes above and beyond and completes everything with the child in the centre.

Louise, working for Cassie, Axcis North Wales

Louise has shown herself to be a real asset to our team at school.  She has worked really hard to improve the attendance of a previously disaffected year 8 student who she supports on a one to one basis.   Louise is professional, adaptable and has a can do attitude

What about compliance?

Rest assured that our compliance process is second-to-none. We uphold all DfE regulations and have been audited by the Recruitment & Employment Confederation. They awarded Axcis with the “REC Audited Education Status” which means that they came to our offices, reviewed our systems and processes, looked at individual cases and decided that we have a strong vetting and compliance procedure. On top of this, we send all schools a “Vetting Sheet” which details all of the checks that have been undertaken on each of the staff members we send to them. Schools find this very helpful to keep on file for things like Ofsted visits, as well as their own peace of mind, of course.

What if we don’t have anyone suitable available?

We receive hundreds of applicants every week from SEND teachers and support staff who are looking for jobs, so it’s unlikely that we won’t be able to assist you. However, in the event that this happens, you can leave a method of communication with your Axcis consultant and they can let you know if they have been unable to find you someone suitable for your role. Be assured that they will allow plenty of time so that you can explore other avenues if this happens. Alternatively, they may be able to provide you with an interim solution to allow more time to find the perfect candidate if it’s a particularly tricky post to fill.

Who is my consultant?

If you are not sure which office to contact or who your Axcis consultant is, just drop us an email with your contact details and ideally the days/times you are free to talk and we will get them to contact you.

You’re under no obligation!

As you have no obligation to take on any of the candidates we source for you, this really is a risk-free method of filling those last-minute jobs, so why not give us a try? We look forward to hearing from you! And if we don’t – have a wonderful break.

Save The Children Christmas Jumper Day 2019 at Axcis

At Axcis, we love to get involved in a bit of festive fun, and what better way to get in the mood than to wear a Christmas jumper? Not to mention the added bonus that we are helping to raise money for a good cause! Check out the festive fashion show here.

Christmas Jumper Day with Axcis Manchester

If you’d like to speak to this lovely team for help with a SEND job or to recruit staff for the Near Year, get in touch with them here

Christmas Jumper Day with Axcis Liverpool and North Wales

If you’d like to speak to this lovely team for help with a SEND job or to recruit staff for the Near Year, get in touch with them here

Christmas Jumper Day with Axcis London

If you’d like to speak to this lovely team for help with a SEND job or to recruit staff for the Near Year, get in touch with them here

Christmas Jumper Day with Axcis Midlands

If you’d like to speak to this lovely team for help with a SEND job or to recruit staff for the Near Year, get in touch with them here

Christmas Jumper Day with Axcis South West and South Wales

If you’d like to speak to this lovely team for help with a SEND job or to recruit staff for the Near Year, get in touch with them here

Christmas Jumper Day at Home!

Lastly – one from me as I work from home in Devon writing this blog with my dog Murphy and Lionel the Lion!

Keep an eye on our social media pages to find out how much we manage to raise for Save The Children on Christmas Jumper Day 2019

Are you seeking SEND work or staff for the New Year?

If you’re looking for a SEND teaching or support job in England or Wales, why not register with Axcis, the SEND recruitment specialists? Or perhaps you need to recruit staff for your school or provision? If so, why not take a look at the Axcis Website, or get in touch today to find out how we can help?

Refer your friends to Axcis and earn up to £250 in shopping vouchers*

Refer your friends to Axcis, and not only will you be helping them to find work, but you will also earn up to £250 in shopping vouchers* – everyone’s a winner!

Refer a friend to Axcis
Refer a friend to Axcis and earn up to £250 in shopping vouchers* – Andy is off shopping, are you?

How does it work?

If you have friends who are looking for employment, why not refer them to Axcis? If we place them in a school or alternative provision for at least 20 days, you can earn up to £250 in shopping vouchers as a thank-you. You’ll earn £100 for your first referral, £150 for your second, £200 for your third and a massive £250 for your fourth and any subsequent referrals (please note that any referrals made who do not complete 20 days work will not be counted).

As an added bonus, the person you refer will also receive a £20 voucher when you get your shopping vouchers – double win!

How do I refer a friend to Axcis?

Simply send us their name, location, email address and phone number to info@axcis.co.uk and we will get in contact with them. If you can provide more information, like what sort of work they might be interested in, that will help us, but isn’t essential.

How will I know when my friend has worked 20 days?

All you need to do is ask your friend to let you know once they have finished their first month with Axcis. If you then contact your consultant/local office you’ll be able to check if the 20 days have been completed. If they have, we will email you with your shopping vouchers.

What do others say about working for Axcis?

If you’re not sure whether Axcis is the right company for you or your friends, why not take a look at our testimonials page and hear what other candidates have to say about working for us before you make your referral or register with us for work?

So, don’t delay – contact Axcis and refer your friends today!

*Terms and conditions apply as follows:

  • Referral bonus is not payable if the referred candidate has already registered with Axcis Education Recruitment prior to the referral being made.
  • The referred candidate must have been paid for 20 days of work through Axcis in order for the referee to qualify for the payment.
  • We must have written evidence of the referral specifically mentioning names – either by email/text message from the referee or the referred candidate, or by the candidate completing the applicable field online when they register with us.
  • Offer not open to permanent employees of Axcis Education Recruitment.
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Planning for an autism friendly Christmas (guest post)

Sue Goldman

Sue Goldman is an autism education specialist offering support, advice and teaching to autistic children, their families and educational settings. She has kindly written us this guest post about planning for an autism friendly Christmas.

 

 

Music, glitter, festive foods, surprises, colour, presents, lights, concerts, people… and more people!

 

There is so much to love about Christmas time but also so much to challenge our autistic pupils. As timetables and routines are thrown to the wind, many of us relish the freedom and unpredictability of the festive season but, for autistic children, the loss of safe structure can feel confusing and worrying. There is concern about what lies beneath wrapping paper, the profusion of visual and auditory stimuli can feel overwhelming, the constant stream of people in both public and private spaces can just be too much – and this can lead to stress, meltdowns and shutdowns.

 

However, I bring good tidings…!

 

There is much that we can do to support our pupils through this very special time of year, helping them to enjoy the wonderful stuff whilst minimising the tricky bits.

Know your students

Preparation and planning are key elements of a successful autism-friendly Christmas. Keep up the visual timetables, giving the right amount of advance warning for your particular pupil. Some will need more preparation time, some will find waiting hard to handle. As always, be guided by your knowledge and understanding of the individual you are working with.

Surprises?

Surprises are generally quite hard for an autistic child to cope with. Involve them in decision-making and be creative when thinking about how to help them to enjoy the surprise elements of Christmas. For example, you could wrap presents in cellophane, which preserves the excitement of unwrapping while reducing uncertainty. If the class is having a party, try asking your autistic pupil to help you to set it up while the room is quiet. It can be much easier to be part of creating the transition to a party room than to enter a room that is so different to normal.

Food

Food issues are magnified around Christmas, both for children who love food and for those who have very selective diets. In general, it’s a good idea to stick to familiar mealtimes, foods and routines as much as possible, whilst also offering opportunities to step out of comfort zones in a safe way. New foods can be introduced through play, which offers a low-anxiety strategy for helping pupils to become familiar with unusual smells, tastes and textures. Cinnamon play dough anyone?

Plays, concerts and all that jazz!

Practise, practise and practise again! Autistic pupils can and should have the opportunity to be part of Christmas celebrations, including plays and concerts, but you will need to think about how to fit their role to their abilities and preferences. They may need more opportunities to practise than other children, maybe starting with a trusted adult, then building up to a small group, then to a bigger group and finally to the full group with an audience. Don’t underestimate how much courage and energy this can take for them, but don’t deny them the chance. They may surprise you! The behaviours that we expect at Christmas (for example, decorating a tree or giving presents) can also be practised through fun, structured turn-taking games – adapt the words of a simple tune to create a clear beginning, middle and end to the game, make or find some appealing props and off you go…!

Play to their strengths

Play to their strengths. Autistic pupils are unique, complex and hugely rewarding to work with. When you discover what they like and are good at, they will often bring exceptional commitment, focus and talent to the activity or task, and there is no joy as deep as autistic joy! So harness their autistic superpowers! Your Christmas will be better as a result.

Remember to relax!

Remember the importance of rest and relaxation! Christmas is an all-singing, all-dancing, bells-and-whistles-on sensory smorgasbord, which can just be too much. Encourage breaks during which your autistic pupils can do whatever they need to do to help themselves to stay calm and well-regulated. Provide quiet spaces or access to outdoors to give decompression time and let them know that you will be responsive to them when they communicate – through words or through actions – that they have had enough.

Further reading

For more thoughts, I would recommend the excellent NAS guide to Christmas, which parents may find particularly helpful (www.autism.org.uk/christmas), and also the advice for pupils produced by the fabulous autistic young people at “Ambitious About Autism” (www.ambitiousaboutautism.org.uk/understanding-autism/christmas-tips)

***I wish you and your pupils a sparkling and peaceful Christmas***

 

Note: I am deliberately using identity-first language (‘autistic child’ rather than ‘child with autism’) as the autistic community expresses a clear and strong preference for this.

 

More information at www.suegoldman.co.uk

 

Register with Axcis and become connected to a range of specialist and mainstream schools in your area for work.

Huge thanks to Sue for this fantastic submission. If you’re interested in working with SEND students, either in a teaching or support capacity, why not register with Axcis or check out our jobs pages today?

Elf on the shelf ideas

Do you need some elf on the shelf ideas for this December? If so, why not take a look at some of our suggestions below? During December, we will be running our own elf on the shelf campaign, so keep an eye on our social media pages for even more ideas!

1 Wrapping paper fun

2 Reading time

3 Syrup sharing

4 “Snowball” fighting

5 Snow angels

6 Nativity costume fun

7 Movie night in

8 Marshmallow toasting

9 Hide & seek

10 Game time

We hope you like our elf on the shelf ideas – we’d love to see yours, so why not share your suggestions below, or tag us on Facebook or Instagram? Keep an eye out on our social media pages in December for some of these images, plus many more elf on the shelf ideas you can use for inspiration at home or at school.

Are you seeking SEND work or staff in England or Wales?

If you’re looking for a SEND teaching or support job in England or Wales, why not register with Axcis, the SEND recruitment specialists? Or perhaps you need to recruit staff for your school or provision? If so, why not take a look at the Axcis Website, or get in touch today to find out how we can help?

Axcis Candidate of the Term Winter 2019: Nominations

Who has been nominated and why for the Axcis Candidate of the Term winter 2019 awards? Some of the lovely nominations we have received are listed here. Why not take a look?

Nominees

Sandra, working for Blake, Axcis London

The reason I would like to nominate Sandra is that in the year she has worked with her client she has enabled him to make more progress with his communication and life skills than the previous 3 years at a very expensive independent special school specialising in ASD.  As I understand it she has made a huge difference to not only his life but the lives of his family as he can now communicate with them and can engage in activities he enjoys including sports and cooking.

Georgios, working for Blake, Axcis London

We’d like to nominate Georgios – he’s great!

Sian, working for Gemma, Axcis South West

Please can can I nominate Sian for the candidate of the term.  She has slotted into school life seamlessly and is always willing to go the extra mile.  Her role involves having to work in a variety of settings within the school and she manages each of these brilliantly, nothing seems to phase her.  This week Sian has been exceptional.  All our SEN staff have been out and she has stepped up to manage our ASC room with no fuss.  She has been really proactive in contacting me in the evening to find out about planning when she realised the room lead was out and offered to increase her hours to ensure the pupils had a familiar face.  Today she has had to manage a team of supply LSAs unfamiliar to the school to ensure all the children are getting the sight support.

Alison, working for Tamsin, Axcis Devon & Cornwall

Alison has been an excellent candidate she has worked for us as a Teaching Assistant and Teacher and is always prepared and ready for any eventuality! She is so flexible, arriving ready to be a Teaching Assistant but willing and happy to cover as a Teacher at very short notice. Alison does everything with a smile. The classes that she has been in have all said they would like her back if ever they needed cover again.

Pooja, working for Thomas, Axcis Manchester

We’d like to nominate Pooja because she’s hardworking and adaptable.  Able to work on her own initiative and always a positive member of the team.

Kelly, working for Cassie, Axcis North Wales

Kelly is in her second academic year with me.  Kelly works within the SEND area of the college, which is known here as Prep4Life. She is always willing to listen to any advice I offer her in ways which she can improve her skills and confidence when supporting students in college. Not only does she listen but she takes this advice and runs with it! Kelly has recently started working within a challenging group of students and has independently devised strategies to support these students which enables them to remain as independent as they possibly can. She has also guided new members of staff by advising them on strategies that she finds works best with the students. Kelly always goes that extra mile for all of her students and staff alike. She is a very kind and caring member of my team and it is a privilege to work with her on a daily basis.

Georgina, working for Tamsin, Axcis Devon & Cornwall

I would like to nominate Georgia for the Candidate of the Term award.  Since Georgia joined us in May, she has been an asset to our team and continues to show commitment, enthusiasm, passion and dedication within our setting.  Her relationship with our young people has flourished and she has without a doubt made a significant positive impact on their learning, behaviour and attitudes.  Georgia has been made responsible for her own small tutor group and is successfully managing her group in a calm and effective manner with positive results.  She is an absolute star, and don’t you dare book her out to anyone else!

Malcolm, working for Thomas, Axcis Manchester

In the short time that Malcolm has been at our provision, he has made a huge difference to not only the student he is supporting but also to other students. He constantly uses his initiative and is happy to roll his sleeves up and help out with our boys. He really feels like part of our team. Malcolm is fab!

Maryam, working for Jessica, Axcis Midlands

I want to nominate Maryam as she is always so calm and positive with our very complex needs children. She does not let any of the ASD behaviours affect her approach but treats the children respectfully and is responsive to their need. All of our staff have commented on her great attitude and willingness to help and she is has fitted into the team perfectly.

Emma, working for Blake, Axcis London

Emma, she goes above and beyond and completes everything with the child in the centre.

Louise, working for Cassie, Axcis North Wales

Louise has shown herself to be a real asset to our team at school.  She has worked really hard to improve the attendance of a previously disaffected year 8 student who she supports on a one to one basis.   Louise is professional, adaptable and has a can do attitude

Becky Jones, working for Cassie, Axcis North Wales

I would like to nominate Becky for this award because of her work-ethic over this term. She very quickly settled into a busy additional needs department in a often challenging environment. 

Her role has involved working with our most vulnerable and challenging learners across key stage 3 & 4. She has worked with a number of learners from Traveller backgrounds who are often difficult to mange in the classroom environment and whose attendance is often sporadic. She has managed their behaviour very well within the classroom environment and during break and lunch times. These learners respond well to her and know that they are able to come to her if they have a problem. They will work in lessons to please her and try their best on work, which is a huge achievement! 

Becky is able to work with the learners when they are having a difficult day and support their social and emotional needs. She is often able to discuss issues with them and support them to re-engage with their learning. 

As well as her great work with Travellers, she has supported other additional learning needs learners within small group intervention, on a one to one basis and within lessons. She has had a huge impact on a number of EAL learners who joined the school this term with very little English. She has helped them to settle into the school and learn school routines. She has supported them using a range of resources to help them to communicate with peers and staff and has taken a small group to develop their literacy/communication skills. It has been amazing to see how the confidence of these learners has increased in a short time.  It has been a pleasure to have Becky with us this term. She has developed a good relationship with many learners and the ALN team. 

Karesha, working for Liam, Axcis Liverpool

I would like to nominate Karesha Evans for candidate of the term.

Karesha has worked with us since the Summer and has been whole heartedly committed to working with a very challenging pupil. Other TA’s have come and gone as they have found the job too challenging. 

Karesha has shown that she cares about our pupils and she works hard to ensure h her 1-1 pupil succeeds. She has developed a great relationship with the child’s parents. 

Karesha arrives before her contracted hours and ensures she is fully prepared for the day ahead. She has shown she has good interpersonal skills and responds very well with direction from the class teacher. 

She is a joy to have working with our team

Christina, working for Liam, Axcis Liverpool

Chrissy will always go the extra mile for both the school and the children. She has shown excellent skill in working with pupils with additional needs and those who may be struggling in school due to difficulties at home. She has also created a wonderful display for Remembrance. She has joined in every activity from Maths & English to Swimming! 

Chrissy gets to know the children and consequently they love her as do we! 

Nominations are now closed

Nominations for Candidate of the Term are now closed. However, if you have an Axcis contractor who has gone above and beyond the call of duty, why not get in touch with us to nominate them for next terms awards? We appreciate every nomination, and so do our candidates! Winners for these awards will be announced soon – so watch this space!

Are you seeking SEND work or staff in England or Wales?

If you’re looking for a SEND teaching or support job in England or Wales, why not register with Axcis, the SEND recruitment specialists? Or perhaps you need to recruit staff for your school or provision? If so, why not take a look at the Axcis Website, or get in touch today to find out how we can help?

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