SEND News Roundup

At Axcis, we are thrilled to be associated with the National Autistic Society and nasen. 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

Axcis are pleased to sponsor the National Autistic Society

Below you’ll find a list of some of the latest autism news, compiled by our friends at Network Autism, the professional arm of the National Autistic Society. Each title is clickable and the link will take you to their website where you can find the full story.

Nasen News

Axcis are proud partners of nasen – the National Association of Special Educatioanl Needs

Below you’ll find a list of the latest SEND news from our friends at nasen. Each title is clickable and the link will take you to their website where you can find the full story.

Are you seeking work with young people with SEND?

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

If you’re not already registered with Axcis, but would like to seek a special needs teaching or support position, why not get in touch or register today and find out how we can assist you? We have offices nationwide and a team of expert consultants who have proven relationships with specialist and mainstream schools in your area.

Could a Candidate Resourcer role be the perfect job for you or a friend?

What does a Candidate Resourcer do? Would it be the perfect job for you? Or perhaps you have a friend or family member who would be an ideal fit? You could earn yourself £300* as a thank-you if you send someone our way and we hire them! Find out more here.

What does a Candidate Resourcer do?

The key responsibility for a Candidate Resourcer is to find new candidates who want to work for us. This is done via a range of different activities, including, but not limited to:

Meeting candidates is a huge part of what a Candidate Resourcer does at Axcis
  • Writing great job adverts
  • Speaking to candidates on the phone to assess their suitability for work
  • Interviewing candidates face-to-face
  • Writing profiles on the candidates you interview

What skills and qualifications are needed for this job?

The key qualifications and skills we look for are:

  • Great written and spoken English – you’ll need to be brilliant both on the phone and in writing – this is very much a communications-based role
  • An English degree, or similar is useful, although not essential – provided you can demonstrate strong English skills
  • Good ICT skills – you’ll be using a database, writing and sending emails, diarising appointments and using spreadsheets on a regular basis
  • Strong organisational skills are required as you will have a busy timetable and lots of tasks to organise and prioritise
  • A friendly and approachable, “can-do” attitude – in this role, you are the first point of contact for many of our candidates, and first impressions count!
  • Ability to manage expectations – sadly, not everyone is suited to working for Axcis and part of your role may involve explaining why we won’t take some candidates who apply for work with us through to interview/placement

What experience is necessary?

The role of Candidate Resourcer is more about what skills you can bring to the table than experience. However, if you have done a similar role before, this can only help!

What progression is available?

Being a Candidate Resourcer is a great starting point for those who are interested in a career in recruitment, but don’t want to dive straight in at the deep-end. It will teach you the tricks of the trade without the pressure of sales calls and client meetings. At Axcis, you’ll be surrounded by a team of friendly, professional recruiters and there will be ample opportunity to progress into this role if you have the skills and desire to do so.

How does the referral deal work?

If you don’t think a Candidate Resourcer role is right for you, but you know a friend or family member who would be ideal, you could earn yourself £300* for referring them to us. Simply speak to them about the role, and if they’re interested, send us their details (name, phone, email – and even CV if you have it!)

Where can I find more information?

If you’d like more information about this role, or would like to see what other internal vacancies Axcis currently has available, why not take a look at our web page dedicated to internal vacancies? Or alternatively you can email our HR team with any questions or comments you might have.

*Terms and conditions apply – get in touch for more information

Refer a Consultant to Axcis and earn £1000*

We are offering a HUGE £1000 bonus payment* if you refer someone to us for a consultant role. So take a look below and get your thinking cap on – you could earn  a grand for helping a friend to get a job with us! 

Refer a consultant to Axcis and grab yourself a grand!

Finding skilled recruiters can be hard because it’s a deceptively tricky job, as I explained in my blog “5 tips for being a successful education recruitment consultant“. However, if you know someone who you think would fit the bill, and  you send us their details, you could grab yourself a grand! 

How does it work?

It’s as easy as 1,2,3:

  1. Get your friends permission to pass their contact details along to us
  2. Email our HR team with their name and contact information (ideally phone and email – even better if you have a CV for them you can include) as well as which office they’d be interested in a role at.
  3. If they get a Consultant job with us, they’ll need to pass their 6 month probation in order for you to be eligible for your £1000 payment. Once they pass this simply get in touch and claim your payment!

Where do we have jobs available?

Axcis have offices nationwide and we are always on the lookout for fresh talent. We are a growing company so new roles are springing up constantly. Check out our website for further information regarding the location of our offices.

What do we look for in the staff we hire?

There are many valuable attributes we look out for – the main ones are:

  • A friendly, outgoing personality – we make no bones about it, recruitment involves being a sales person so you need to be confident talking to people both on the phone and in person and you need to be friendly and supportive at all times.
  • Some knowledge or understanding of SEND – although Axcis provides excellent training and support, you’ll need to have some idea about special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) to work for us. This could come from personal experience with friends or family members or paid or charitable work experience, or of course from college or university education.
  • Resilience and tenacity – recruiters face a lot of knock-backs and we need to stay positive and support one another in the face of this, so negative Nellies need not apply! 

So, if you think you know someone who fits the bill, why not send them this blog and ask if they’d be interested in being referred to Axcis by you? There’s nothing to lose, but potentially a grand to gain (and who doesn’t need that in the current financial climate?!) We look forward to hearing from you!

*Terms and conditions apply

Need help with SEND jobs in Manchester? Our recent hire can help!

Axcis is continuing to grow as more and more schools hear about us and start using our services. As a result, our Manchester office recently hired a new consultant – Katherine Whittaker, so if you’re seeking work (or staff) in the Manchester area, why not get in touch with Katherine? Find out a bit more about her here.

We asked Katherine to tell us about herself:

Katherine Whittaker

I have worked in recruitment in Manchester since 2015, and have also been doing voluntary work with children for Eclipse Manchester and Support4Progress. I hold a Certificate in Counselling and am passionate about helping children from all walks of life to flourish.

Having first hand experience with friends and family who have special needs, I understand the importance of finding the right person to support the development of SEND children. I love working in education recruitment because my skills and knowledge, along with my personal experiences assist me in understanding the needs of my client schools. I am also able to relate to our teaching and support staff and ultimately make the perfect match between candidate and client.

I feel I can provide a consultative and understanding approach, as I’m good at listening to people, and take the time to make sure I have a comprehensive understanding of their diverse needs.

I’m very much a family orientated person, and in my spare time, I love to hang out with my relatives, especially my 10 year old niece. I also love socialising and enjoy food, wine and going to the gym (so I can afford all the food and wine!). I also love reading, horse-riding, walks in the countryside, my adorable kittens, and a good action movie or comedy once in a while. I would personally recommend the new 4D cinema in Didsbury!

Would you like to work with Katherine?

Katherine covers the Manchester area for Axcis. If you are looking for a SEND job (or staff) in this location, then get in touch with Katherine today to see how she can help. Or if you’re seeking work in any other area, register online and we will put you in touch with your personal consultant in your local office.

What’s coming up with nasen in 2019?

At Axcis, we are proud to sponsor the National Association of Special Educational Needs (nasen). But what is coming up in 2019 with this fantastic organisation? Find out here.

Axcis are proud partners of nasen – the National Association of Special Educatioanl Needs

EYSEND Partnership: Meeting the Needs of Every Child: SEND for Managers in PVIs

This FREE one day course is running from January through until March in various locations across the country.

The course offers information and resources for supporting all children with SEND in PVI settings, including the role of the SENCO and effective inclusive practice, and then focuses specifically on speech, language and communication needs (SLCN). It will enable managers to offer training in SEND to their staff teams. This training day may also be relevant to leaders in Nursery and Reception classes (EYFS 1 & 2) in schools. This course is jointly delivered by nasen and ICAN, the children’s communication charity, through the EYSEND Partnership.

Find out more about this training and book your place here. 

Youth First Aid Courses

Youth Mental Health First Aid Champion

There are one day courses being held on the 12th March in Birmingham and the 3rd April in London. This course qualifies you as a Youth MHFA Champion.

Youth MHFA Champions have:
  • An understanding of common mental health issues and how they can affect young people
  • Ability to spot signs of mental ill health in young people and guide them to a place of support
  • Knowledge and confidence to advocate for mental health awareness
  • Skills to support positive wellbeing

Youth Mental Health First Aider

Nasen are also running a 2-day Youth Mental health First Aid course in London across the 26th and 27th March.

Details of these events, as well as how you can book your place can be found here. 

SEND Casework Award

This Award is the only on-the-job training and accreditation written specifically for those directly involved in SEND casework. To date more than 50 local authorities and 375 candidates nationally have participated in the Award.

The Award is a way of developing staff to respond to the changes arising from the SEND reforms and new Code of Practice.

Find out more about this qualification or book onto it via the nsaen website here.

Nasen Live

A flagship event and one we are proud to sponsor, nasen Live! 2019 is being held on the 12th July in Birmingham at the Vox Conference Centre.

This is a “must attend” event for all education professionals working in the world of SEND and promises to provide you with the opportunity to network with other SEND professionals, explore latest SEND developments and update your knowledge, as well as hear from a group of key figures from within the sector and meet with a range of award winning exhibitors.

Gold members go for FREE

Individual Gold members have a free ticket to nasen Live included in their membership package. Those settings with Organisational Gold nasen membership can request up to 3 free tickets, so why not make it a team ‘away day’?

Find out more and book your place at this event here. 

Not a nasen member? Why not join today?

If you’re not already a member of nasen, find out more or sign up for either a personal or organisation membership here.

Why do Axcis sponsor nasen?

As the leaders in SEND recruitment, we take our commitment to the sector seriously. That’s why we like to give something back by supporting various SEND charities and organisations, such as nasen. If you need help either finding SEND staff, or looking for a new job yourself, then why not register or get in touch with your local Axcis team today?

Candidate of the Term: Winter 2018 Winners

Who are the winners of the Axcis Candidate of the Term Winter 2018 awards? And what did they do to go above and beyond the call of duty for the schools they are working in?

The nominees

We had lots of lovely nominations from the schools we work with. These were all published on our blog for anyone who missed them. Selecting three winners wasn’t easy, and all nominees received a certificate of appreciation for the hard work they do, but after much deliberation, winners were selected…

And the winners are…

Stuart, working for Simi, Axcis London

Reason for nomination:

I would like to nominate Stuart Smith. Stuart has been an amazing addition to our staff team. He has developed an amazing relationship with the young man he is working with. His support, guidance and positivity have turned this young man around. In July, the year 4 child he is now working with was at risk of exclusion and his behaviour was escalating. Now, with Stuart’s support he is able to access and engage with learning alongside his peers. Stuart has also taken the initiative to identify further areas for support and learning and worked with myself, the class teacher and the young mans parents to begin developing a wider additional curriculum to address current and future difficulties he may face. It is a pleasure to work with Stuart and I cannot commend him highly enough. His impact has been noted throughout the school by staff as to the positive influence he has been. ​

How Stuart felt about winning

Stuart was very surprised to be a winner this term!

Simi kept Stuart’s nomination a secret, so when she arrived at the school to present his award, he had no idea that he had won, or had even been nominated! Steph Taylor (deputy head/ Senco) had asked her to attend their achievement assembly, where they recognise pupils who have done a great job this term. Simi was invited up to say a few words about Stuart and present him with the award.


As you can imagine Stuart was pleasantly surprised!


The school had commented on the amazing work he has done with the pupil he works with, and how far that particular pupil has come, and this is all down to Stuart. The deputy head mentioned that Stuart really has a great sense of humour and is an integral part of the staffing team at the school.

Michael, working for Jennifer, Axcis South Wales

Reason for nomination:

I would like to nominate Michael. He has been a real asset to us. He is totally committed to the welfare and well-being of the pupils, and goes that extra mile to work to that end. He often stays late to feedback on issues occurring during the day, and will puts himself out to meet the needs of a very complex and challenging cohort of pupils. He will often discuss ideas for the programme that have occurred to him over the weekend, as he is happy to develop ideas in his own time. All the pupils have an excellent relationship with him, which is a testament to his ability to meet them at their level, despite being professional at all times. I cannot recommend him highly enough for this award.

What Michael said about winning:

Michael with Jayne (left) and Jennifer (Right)

Thank you for the certificate, chocolates and the vouchers. Thank you to everyone at Axcis Education Recruitment for all that they do behind the scenes to keep me in my role and employment. I am a delighted to have found an incredible position through Axcis Education Recruitment. I am thankful for the opportunity to represent the organisation with the excellence it deserves.


I am extremely proud to see my work acknowledged by Jayne. This achievement is unquestionably a by-product of the collective work and dedication put in by all of the staff, teachers and young people I work alongside.  Beyond my own enthusiasm, motivation and dedication for my role, Jayne has played an instrumental part in my development and success with the Niche Teach Team. Jayne is an exceptional team leader. Jayne enables me to work with the young people in a way my skill set is best suited and this aligns with what the needs of the young people. Her belief in my skills and qualities makes my job more enjoyable and easier to deliver. I am invited to team meetings, training, my ideas are considered and since my first day I have been welcomed as one of the team.


Jayne has wealth of knowledge and experience and her willingness to share it on a daily basis means I have her support, leadership and mentorship to turn to at all times. Jayne is a wonderful person for who I have great admiration and appreciation for. The truth is the award belongs to Jayne as much as it does to me. The teachers I work with are absolutely fantastic. I enjoy being part of a team (Axcis included) working with both the short and long term interests of the young people of the utmost importance.

Aaron, working for Sorcha, Axcis London

Reason for nomination:

Aaron has been a huge asset to his class team over the past few weeks.  Since day 1 he has fitted right in as part of the team, he is extremely reliable and has used his initiative on many occasions when working with some of the more challenging pupils in the class.  He has a great rapport with the young people he works with and his laid back manner has a calming effect.  He has performed way above what we would ever normally hope or expect from our temporary staff.  It is testament to Aaron’s work attitude and general persona that he has been nominated as both WOW team member for one week and as a Star in Our School at a celebration day we held at school last week.

How Aaron felt about winning

Aaron was thrilled to win an Axcis Candidate of the Term award

Aaron was delighted with his voucher and touched that the school nominated him even though he has only recently started with them. Aaron said that the school have made him feel welcome and part of the team from day one – he loves his job and it is a pleasure to work at Linden Bridge school

Do your Axcis staff go the extra mile?

If your Axcis contractor goes the extra mile and you’d like to nominate them for a Candidate of the Term award, don’t forget to keep an eye on our blog for when nominations open for our next round of awards. Or if you’d like to hire one of our fantastic teachers or support staff, why not get in touch with your local office or email us your vacancy today?

Supporting your autistic pupils (Guest Post)

Our friends at the National Autistic Society have kindly provided this guest post on how you can support autistic pupils in the classroom using their MyWorld resources, proudly sponsored by Axcis.


Autism is a development disability that affects people for their whole lives from childhood through to adulthood. If you’re autistic, you might experience the world differently and can sometimes find communicating and relating to others challenging. It’s like you’re getting too much information and it can make daily life overwhelming. There are around 700,000 people including children in the UK living with autism – that’s more than 1 in 100.


As an educator, you may be familiar with students on the autism spectrum and aware of the varying experiences of autistic students in your classroom. Some autistic students’ difficulties may not be obvious or they may not appear to fit the same profile as other autistic children that you know. Every autistic person is different.


You are a key component in the support network of children with autism diagnosis, you may be the first to notice autistic traits in a child. The National Autistic Society wants education professionals to step into the world of children with autism to understand their unique needs.


MyWorld is the National Autistic Society’s resource programme, offering support for teachers and education professionals. The MyWorld resource offers real-world knowledge based on first-hand experience. If you have an autistic student in your class, you may not know about the many small ways in which you can help them to have a better time at school. Sometimes it’s a little bit of the right kind of extra support which can make all the difference to someone on the autism spectrum who is struggling.


“Knowing I have the resources to support the children with autism coming into my class makes things much easier.” Ayesha, Teaching Assistant


MyWorld is free and fortnightly newsletter, providing you with tips and expert professional insights to help your autistic students have a better time at school. Whether you are new to autism and feeling slightly lost, or an SEN expert looking to keep on top of the latest thinking, MyWorld is here to make to make things easier.


Sign up today and you will get the UK’s most extensive range of autism-related resources for schools, free to your inbox. From practical classroom strategies and lesson plans through to the latest academic papers on autism, each resource will help you understand how to support children with autism in your school.
@Autism | 0808 800 1050


Looking for a SEND teaching or support job? Or perhaps you need to recruit school staff? Take a look at Axcis Education, the SEND recruitment specialist.

Find a rewarding graduate job in 2019 with Axcis

Are you a graduate looking for a rewarding job? Do you want to go home at the end of the day feeling that you’ve made a real difference to the life of a young person? If the answer is yes, read on…



Find a rewarding graduate job with Axcis (photo credit)

We all want to feel that our job means something. After all, we spend more time at work than we do with loved ones (if you don’t count the hours you spend asleep!) But how can you make those hours really count? How can you find that elusive graduate job which will also leave you feeling satisfied that you’re doing something meaningful for your local community and society at large? Perhaps a role in a special needs setting could be the answer? From mild and moderate needs in mainstream settings, to more profound needs in specialist schools, there is sure to be an option to suit you.

Entry level graduate jobs

If you haven’t done any courses or gained any experience related specifically to the education sector, don’t worry! There are entry level graduate jobs available if you want to gain some experience to kick-start a career in this sector. For example, you could consider one of the following if you’re looking for a rewarding entry level graduate role:


  • Mainstream Classroom Assistant (Curriculum Support) – Schools often need graduates who can provide academic support for their students. For example, you might be doing extra Maths or English classes with small groups of students, or one-to-one tuition. These children may have very mild types of special need such as Dyslexia or Dyspraxia and they will often benefit a huge amount from the additional time and attention that a graduate could offer them.
  • Mainstream Classroom Assistant (General Classroom Support) – Many schools have a number of children with SEND who don’t have the accompanying budget for specialist support. These schools will very often hire a Classroom Assistant to support on a floating basis. This means that you’ll be assigned to provide support as and where it is necessary in a mainstream primary or secondary classroom. The teacher will usually direct you to the students they feel need a helping hand, and you’ll sit with them in class helping them to understand the work as well as helping them to stay focussed and on-task.
  • Special School Classroom Assistant – There are many different kinds of special schools and specialist units attached to mainstream schools and to list them all would be rather time-consuming. However, to give a guide, these schools will usually fall into one of these broader categories:
    • Autism – Schools or units dedicated to supporting children on the autism spectrum. Some can be at the more moderate end (Asperger’s syndrome) while others may be more profound and require more intensive support.
    • SEMH – Mental health has had a huge spotlight thrown on it in recent years and the numbers of children with SEND related to social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) is growing year on year. So, if you’d be interested in supporting children who have perhaps had a difficult upbringing or other issues which have led to them feeling cast-out by society and in need of a supportive individual to help get them back on track, this could be the ideal setting for you.
    • MLD – Some children have special needs which are not necessarily outwardly visible, but which may hold them back when it comes to academic achievement. MLD, or moderate learning difficulty provisions can be a good setting for someone without a great deal of specialist knowledge, but with an interest in developing in this area.
    • SLD/CLD – Children with severe or complex learning difficulties usually require more intensive support than children in other settings, and some may have as many as two assistants working with them at all times. However, this higher staff ratio means that it’s still an option open to graduates with little or no experience of the sector. This is because you’ll often be working alongside other staff who can support you and share their knowledge with you.
    • HI/VI/Other – Where children have very specific needs, such as a profound Hearing or Visual Impairment, they may attend a provision which is tailored very specifically to that need. The same goes for conditions such as Epilepsy or any need which might require staff to have very specific knowledge or training. So, if you happen to have knowledge of a specific condition like this, you may wish to consider roles in such a provision. Knowledge of British Sign Language, for example, is highly sought after!


In summary, for those wanting an entry level graduate position within a school, there are a range of roles and settings available. You could take a look at our jobs pages to see if we have any you’d like to apply for right now, or you could register with your nearest office for a no-obligation, FREE consultation to further discuss whether you would be a good fit for these roles.


If you are not sure whether teaching assistant roles would be right for you, why not answer these 10 simple questions to find out?

Progression opportunities

Once you have forged a foundation doing support work (or if you’re  joining the profession having completed a relevant qualification), there are many opportunities for progression within the education sector. You could work towards many other options, such as being a:


  • Higher Level Teaching Assistant
  • Teacher (either subject or SEND specific)
  • Educational Psychologist
  • School Manager
  • Etc


Your career really is a personal pathway, and yours will depend very much on which elements of your role you most enjoy, where your interests lay plus how much further study you want to do – but this should highlight to you that there are plenty of options available for the graduates out there who are looking for a rewarding career.


Axcis is a specialist SEND recruitment company, so if you’d like some FREE, no obligation careers advice, why not register online or get in touch with your local team today?



Top 10 Axcis blogs of 2018

What were our most popular articles in 2018? Find out here.

1 – Do Winnie the Pooh Characters really represent different mental disorders?

Our most popular blog of 2018 focussed on whether Winnie the Pooh characters really represent different mental health conditions

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? Find out in our most popular post of 2018!

2 – 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. Read the full post here.

3 – 5 tips for being a successful education recruitment consultant

Our third most popular blog in 2018 focussed on helping those who are thinking about becoming an education recruitment consultant. Want to know more about it? Here are my top 5 tips on what it takes to be great at the job.

4 – Where can I teach in England with QTLS?

We often get asked about QTLS here at Axcis – that’s why we thought we’d provide some information on what it is, how you get it and where it allows you to teach. It’s proven to be a popular blog, coming in at 4th place in 2018.

5 – What’s it like to work in a PRU? Find out and apply for a PRU job with Axcis today

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.

6 – Overcoming the barriers to inclusion

Top tips for Autism professionals – Overcoming the barriers to inclusion. What can be done to reduce the risk of exclusion for pupils on the autism spectrum? Find out here.

7 – 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.

8 – Overseas Police Checks – what you need to know to teach in England and Wales

Are you an overseas trained teacher looking to work in England, or a British teacher who has been abroad? Do you need to know what the requirements for overseas police checks are? If so, then you’ve come to the right place!

9 – New to autism? (Guest post)

Sue Goldman is an autism education specialist offering support, advice and teaching to autistic children, their families and educational settings (check out her website here). She has kindly written us this guest post which gives advice to those who are new to working with individuals on the autism spectrum.

10 – What support can my SEND child receive during exams?

Are pupils with SEND at a significant disadvantage come exam time? According to DfE stats, pupils with SEND still fall behind at all stages of their education, and to a dramatic degree. To illustrate, Department of Education stats recently revealed that only 23.4% of pupils with SEND achieved five or more GCSEs at A* to C or the equivalent, compared to 70.4% of pupils with no identified SEND. So, with that in mind, is your SEND child receiving the best possible support to achieve exam success? Read more here.


If you’d like to contribute a blog in 2019, why not get in touch today or find out more about submitting a guest post here.


Axcis January Giveaway: Teaching Religious Education Creatively

January brings with it “World Religion Day” and in support of this, we are offering this excellent book to help you to deliver this subject creatively in class. Read on to find out more about this brilliant prize and how to enter the Axcis January Giveaway.

About the prize

Teaching Religious Education Creatively offers a brand new approach for the primary classroom and is crammed full of innovative ideas for bringing the teaching of RE to life. It helps teachers understand what constitutes a healthy curriculum that will encourage children to appreciate and understand different belief systems. Perhaps most importantly, it also challenges teachers to understand RE as a transformatory subject that offers children the tools to be discerning, to work out their own beliefs and answer puzzling questions.

Underpinned by the latest research and theory and with contemporary, cutting-edge practice at the forefront, expert authors emphasise creative thinking strategies and teaching creatively. Key topics explored include:

  • What is creative teaching and learning?
  • Why is it important to teach creatively and teach for creativity?
  • What is Religious Education?
  • Why is it important for children to learn ‘about’ and ‘from’ religion?
  • How can you teach non-biased RE creatively as a discrete subject and integrate it with other curriculum areas?

Teaching Religious Education Creatively is for all teachers who want to learn more about innovative teaching and learning in RE in order to improve understanding and enjoyment and transform their own as well as their pupil’s lives.

How to enter the Axcis Giveaway

It’s completely free to enter, simply click on the link below and choose your preferred entry method:


Register today and work for Axcis

If you’re not already registered with Axcis, but would like to seek a SEND teaching or support position, why not get in touch or register with Axcis today and find out how we can assist you? We have offices nationwide and a team of expert consultants who have proven relationships with specialist and mainstream schools in your area, so if you need work, why not register now?

Terms and Conditions are applicable to all giveaway entrants.

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