School holiday jobs with Axcis | Emily Marbaix

Are you looking for work during the school holidays? As the leaders in special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) recruitment, if the answer is yes, then Axcis can help!
What jobs can Axcis offer during the holidays?

Find school holiday jobs with Axcis

At Axcis, we work with lots of different SEND establishments, from day and residential schools to alternative provisions such as pupil referral units, hospital and young offenders institutions. Many of the special schools we work with run holiday clubs and many of the residential schools we provide staff for are open during the…

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Introducing….Nicola (Axcis Liverpool) | Emily Marbaix

Axcis is continuing to grow as more and more schools hear about us and start using our services. As a result, Axcis Liverpool has a new consultant, so if you’re seeking work (or staff) in the Wirral or Chester areas, why not get in touch with Nicola? Find out a bit more about her here.
About Nicola:

Nicola Jones, Axcis Liverpool. Get in touch if you need help finding work (or staff) in Wirral or Chester with Axcis.

Prior to joining Axcis, I worked in the field of health and social care. This has included working with residential settings, schools, prisons, hospitals and secure centres….

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How can we improve outcomes in a broken system? Blog by Gareth Morewood | Emily Marbaix

The initial promise of the SEND reforms has been replaced with confusion, frustration and delays. The system works well for no one, least of all our children and young people.

 

Gareth talking at the NAHT SEND Conference 2017

Back in September 2014, there was a lot of hope that the introduction of the SEND reforms would bring better outcomes for young people and their families. Indeed, it was an exciting time to be a SENCO: the legal definition of SEND remained the same (if not slightly broader) under the Children and Families Act (2014), and we could aspire to better…

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SEND news roundup from our partners | Emily Marbaix

At Axcis, we are thrilled to be associated with organisations like the National Autistic Society, nasen and NASS. Each month, we bring you the latest news highlights from our partners, so if you’d like to know what’s been happening with these great organisations and in the world of SEND, read on.
NAS News

Mark Lever, NAS CEO (right) with Catherine Friel, Senior Director of Axcis at a recent NAS Conference.

Below you’ll find a list of some of the latest autism news, compiled by our friends at Network Autism. Each title is clickable and the link will take you to their website where you…

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Charity fundraisers, recruiters, teachers and sales people – why work for Axcis? | Emily Marbaix

At Axcis, we are always seeking new consultants for our growing business. Over the last few years, we have opened new offices across the country and we continue to expand so we are always on the lookout for new talent. As well as experienced recruiters, we look for people with knowledge of the education sector (hello teachers looking to leave the profession) or people from sales-related roles such as charity fundraisers, telephone or field sales backgrounds. Find out more here about what we look for in our staff as well as how to apply for your new role at Axcis!
What’s it like to be a…

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Spotlight on FASD – now thought to be as prevalent as autism in our young people | Emily Marbaix

FASD, or Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder is on the rise in our schools and is now thought to affect as many of our young people as autism does (around 1 in 100 students). Learn more about it here as well as how you can support children in your classroom who have FASD.
What is FASD?

The FASD Trust tells us that:

FASD is a series of preventable birth defects caused entirely by a woman drinking alcohol at any time during her pregnancy, often even before she knows that she is pregnant. Beer, wine, spirits –  it’s all the same to the developing baby.

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Spotlight on FASD – now thought to be as prevalent as autism in our young people | Emily Marbaix

FASD, or Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder is on the rise in our schools and is now thought to affect as many of our young people as autism does (around 1 in 100 students). Learn more about it here as well as how you can support children in your classroom who have FASD.
What is FASD?

The FASD Trust tells us that:

FASD is a series of preventable birth defects caused entirely by a woman drinking alcohol at any time during her pregnancy, often even before she knows that she is pregnant. Beer, wine, spirits –  it’s all the same to the developing baby.

The term “Spectrum” is used because…

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