Axcis staff take on 3 Peaks Challenge for chosen charities

axcis-3-peaks-4On Saturday 24th September 2016, a group of intrepid explorers from Axcis departed on a 25 mile, 3 peak challenge in Yorkshire which was to bring with it laughter, tears, fears and ultimately a huge sense of achievement. Not to mention some fantastic fundraising for their chosen charities. Find out more about the event and the highs and lows of the team here (no pun intended).

About the Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge

The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge takes on the peaks of Pen-y-ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough, usually in this order, and in under 12 hours. These peaks form part of the Pennine range, and encircle the head of the valley of the River Ribble, in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The Yorkshire Three Peaks route is 24-miles long, and includes 5,200ft (1,585m) of ascent.

 

The day in pictures

A picture usually speaks a thousand words, so these fantastic shots of the day must speak even more!

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Hear from some of the Axcis team on their experience

Catherine Friel – Senior Director for Axcis

  1. What was the high point of the event for you?  The high point was reaching the finish!  Not because it was over but because of the enormous sense of achievement and the pride that goes along with that.  3 months of hard work had all paid off and it was quite emotional.  We had a little team hug and a big cheer and then walked back to the house to put our feet up.  Only I didn’t put my feet up.  I kept walking around and tidying up the breakfast mess.  I also had a big bowl of leftovers from the night before!
  2. What was the low point?  It may sound odd but the low point was when I realised that it was all over.  I’d been looking forward to it so much for 3 months and I felt quite sad when it was done.  I didn’t feel low during the walk.  I managed to stay in very good spirits and positive throughout.
  3. How much did you raise?  £541.98 and counting!
  4. What charity did you raise it for?  Tape Aids for the Blind.  It’s a South African charity that records, produces and distributes audio tapes mainly for the visually impaired but also for those with special needs and disabilities that preclude them from being able to hold or read a book.  They are also hoping to further their reach to rural schools in south Africa, which is a huge undertaking.
  5. Any other comments you’d like to add?  I stood in a bog about 6 hours in!  A humongous, wet, muddy bog!  One of my walking books looked like I’d dipped it into a chocolate fountain!  No time for cleaning up though.  I just had a good old laugh and carried on going for another 4 hours and 27 minutes!

Mat Webber – Regional Manager for Axcis

  1. What was your high point? High point was the lovely shower after 12 hours of walking!
  2. What was your low point? Low point was the long climb up the 3rd mountain
  3. What did you raise money for? I raised money for a digital camera for an art department of s new special school in Bristol
  4. What would you say to others thinking of doing this challenge? Was an amazing experience and just shows what you can do if you really want to with great friends and colleagues

Susanna Gray – Senior Manager for Axcis

  1. What was the high point of the event for you? The end – running down the last mountain – its weird how you get energy when you know the finishing line is near.
  2. What was the low point? Climbing up the 3rd peak, I need to be pushed. I couldn’t move and felt like I was going to collapse/die
  3. How much did you raise? £520
  4. What charity did you raise it for? Tape aids for the blind because they help blind people access books in 10 different languages. They all work for free + can’t afford a fundraiser so it felt like I real achievement to raise money for them.
  5. Any other comments you’d like to add? I would recommend this to anybody because you can not describe the sense of fulfilment you get from winning a physical battle like this and you can relate it to challenges in life. It sounds cliché but now I have more confidence in my abilities to achieve my  goals.

Helen Hughes – Head of Vetting, Marketing and Logistics for Axcis

  1. What was the high point of the event for you? The finish!
  2. What was the low point? The gradual climb up Whernside Mountain – it was long very long!
  3. How much did you raise? £625
  4. What charity did you raise it for? Cancer research UK and Alzheimer’s Research UK
  5. Any other comments you’d like to add? It was a fab day and had a great team around me that pushed me and motivated me every step of the way. I am so proud of all of us.

Work for a company which cares!

At Axcis, we care passionately about the charities and organisations we support. Not only do our staff take time out of their personal schedules to do events like this, but we also support the NAS, nasen and NASS on a company level, too. We sponsor many events and initiatives run by these organisations and want to show that we care about putting something back into the SEND sector. So, if you would like to work for a company which cares, why not get in touch or register today?

 

 

 

 

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Worksheet Wednesday – ABC Missing Links (Literacy)

This week, for Worksheet Wednesday, we bring you a fun way to work on the alphabet with your students. Simply print off the worksheet and ask your class to fill in the “ABC Missing Links”.

 

http://www.senteacher.org/worksheet/116/Alphabet-Sequence-Order.html

Find this fantastic SEN Literacy download at SEN Teacher.Org

We have been scouring the internet and have found a fantastic FREE downloadable, high quality worksheet which you can either print off directly, or bring up on an interactive whiteboard to use in class.

Take me to the worksheet

Are you seeking teaching or support work?

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

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

If you are looking for school based work and are not already registered with Axcis, 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, so if you need work, why not register now? It’s free and takes just a few minutes – what do you have to lose?

Posted in SEND Resources

School jobs in Leicester and Loughborough – find out how Axcis Midlands can help!

Do you live in the Leicester or Loughborough areas? Axcis Midlands are looking for special educational needs and disabilities teachers and teaching assistants for SEND jobs, starting ASAP. Experience not always necessary.

What sort of people are we looking for?

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John from Axcis Midlands will be happy to assist you in your search for SEND work in the area.

Axcis Midlands are looking for a range of candidates. From those looking to get into the special needs sector, to those who have a long-standing career in special needs, but are looking for a new school – or even those staff who have left the profession but might be tempted back for the right role/school. Our Midlands team work with a range of different schools and have positions available for all sorts of candidates, so although experience in special schools is a bonus, it’s not essential. It’s more important to have a great attitude and a passion for supporting those with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND).

What sort of schools do we work with in the area?

Axcis Midlands works with both mainstream and special schools across the region. In the Leicester and Loughborough areas, we have recently started working with clients which cater for autism and SEMH (social, emotional and mental health), but new schools contact us every day, and if we don’t have the right vacancy for you, we will work to find you that perfect school/role – so it’s still worth getting in touch if you are seeking work in this geographical area.

What school jobs are there in Leicester or Loughborough with Axcis?

For an up to date list of vacancies, you should visit the Axcis Jobs Pages on our website. However, to give you a taste of what is currently available, here are a few examples:

 

SEND Teacher in Leicestershire

 

Autism teaching assistant role in Hinkley

 

SEND Teaching Assistant Job in Loughborough

Refer a friend to Axcis

Our rates of pay are competitive. You can also refer a friend to Axcis and earn up to £100 in shopping vouchers if you know other people looking for school jobs in Leicester or Loughborough.

 

What do Axcis pay?

Rates of pay vary according to experience and area, so we can’t give a definitive rate. However, at Axcis we pride ourselves on paying and charging fair rates because it’s important to us to look after our candidates and schools. Axcis Midlands will always work hard to get your the best daily rate of pay possible. Call the  office on 0121 647 7386 today to find out more.

What is the registration process with Axcis?

It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3
  1. Register online – this is an easy process that takes most people around 10 minutes to complete
  2. Meet your consultant – once registered online, your consultant will get in touch to discuss your own personal situation and work needs. We don’t like to waste your time, so will invite you in for a meeting only if we feel we can assist you with your search for work.
  3. Compliance checks – when you come in to meet your consultant, you’ll be asked to bring along some paperwork so that our vetting team can perform standard compliance checks. (References, DBS etc). Once these are clear, you can start working for Axcis!

How long does it take to find work?

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Having a car is handy, but we also work with plenty of schools which have great public transport links. Credit Flickr CC

It depends on how flexible you are – the more flexible, the easier and faster your consultant will find you work. For example, if you drive and don’t mind the kind of school you work in, as well as the distance you’ll travel, it is likely that you will be out working very quickly. However, if you are looking for something in a specific type of school and are limited on the areas you can consider, our search parameters become much narrower, so it’s likely it will take longer to be offered work. Many candidates find that they are out working as soon as their compliance is back – which can often be the day after you meet your Axcis consultant.

What if I don’t have experience?

If you don’t have practical classroom experience, but you’re keen to work in a mainstream or special needs school as a teacher or teaching assistant in the Midlands, why not call and have a friendly chat with one of our consultants. You may not realise that you have transferrable classroom skills from other work you’ve done in the past, or that you have useful knowledge about SEND from personal or other professional experiences. Everyone is different, and at Axcis we respect that.

What do you have to lose?

Call Axcis Midlands for a chat on 0121 647 7386 , or you can email us anytime for more information. It’s also FREE to register on our website. So, if you’re looking for jobs in the Leicester or Loughborough areas, or know someone else who is, why not give Axcis a try and see how we can help – what do you have to lose?

Posted in Candidates

NASS Annual Conference – Why you should attend (if you’re not already)

As proud sponsors of the NASS Annual Conference, we thought we’d let you know why we can’t wait to go along, and why you should consider booking a place (if you haven’t already!)

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As proud sponsors of the NASS Annual Residential Conference, members of the Axcis team will be on hand to help with your SEND staffing issues.

Conference details

Date: 13th and 14th October 2016

Place: The Midland Hotel, Manchester

To book: Visit the NASS web page for this event

Why should you attend?

SEND news and networking

The NASS Annual Conference is tailored specifically for the special needs sector, so you should come along to hear news, share views and network. If you are staying overnight, the evening dinner is sure to provide some additional networking opportunities which you won’t find anywhere else. The Rowie Shaw award will also be made during dinner.

Notable speakers on key topics

There will be notable speakers, such as Russell Ewens from the DfE who will be talking about School and High Needs Funding Reforms. Joe Butler & Claire Dorer from NASS will be speaking about LGBT ( lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) bullying in schools and how to tackle it. Dame Stephanie Shirley will be talking about IT and Autism and there will be other useful workshops and talks on offer throughout the two day event.

Axcis will be there

As proud sponsors of the NASS Annual Conference, members of the Axcis team will be on hand to discuss your special needs staffing issues. Whether you’re struggling to recruit specific staff, or just want to drop by our stand for a chat, we’d love to meet you, so come by and say hi! Axcis are the leading UK company dedicated to SEND recruitment, so if you have a problem, we are in a good position to help.

What are you waiting for?

So, if you work in the special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) sector and are not already booked to attend the NASS Annual Conference, get your CPD request in now and confirm your place. There is bound to be news and information which you can take back to your school and help to spread good practice. After all, isn’t that what events like this are all about?

 

 

Posted in News, Training & Events

Worksheet Wednesday: Multiplying by two with feet!

This week, for Worksheet Wednesday, we bring you a fun way to introduce your class to multiplying by two. The idea

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Check out this weeks free worksheet – counting feet! Credit Flickr CC

is that they count pairs of feet in the picture and then work out the grand total.

 

We have been scouring the internet and have found a fantastic FREE downloadable, high quality worksheet which you can either print off directly, or bring up on an interactive whiteboard to use in class.

Take me to the worksheet

 

Are you seeking teaching or support work?

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

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

If you are looking for school based work and are not already registered with Axcis, 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, so if you need work, why not register now? It’s free and takes just a few minutes – what do you have to lose?

Posted in SEND Resources

How Teaching Assistant Qualifications Can Help Your Education Career

What’s more important, teaching qualifications or experience?

 

Teaching Assistant work can be hugely rewarding.

Qualifications or experience – which is better for securing TA work?

If you are looking to get a teaching assistant job in today’s competitive marketplace, then it pays to have both. Many teaching assistants come from professional backgrounds where qualifications are non-existent, usually from nursery positions or voluntary roles. They build up their experience for many years in the role itself after ‘falling’ into it. It’s a common scenario: a parent gives up work to raise their child and when they get to school-age there’s a choice, back to work or a part-time job. Often starting out as a voluntary teaching assistant and over time they take on a more responsibilities and before they know it they’ve become a full-time teaching assistant. But there always comes a time when extra qualifications become essential, especially if you want to further your career or to specialise in a certain field, like SEN. If you are already in a TA role then your local authority is likely to offer you the opportunity of additional qualifications to develop you in order to help fulfil the school’s needs.

What qualifications?

Most awards in supporting teachers and learning in schools will come accredited with QCF (qualifications and credit framework). Which allows you to build up credits through various courses which can eventually lead to a diploma or NVQ – earning you more opportunities and importantly, more pay too.

Get a head start

Find work which makes you smile - be a TA.

Find work which makes you smile – be a TA.

Even if you aren’t looking to head into SEN or a specialist area of teaching then getting qualifications is the next best thing to years of experience in a TA role. Choose a course that combines study with workplace learning arrangements so that when you qualify your skills are directly relevant to your new employer and working practice. Once in a TA position schools themselves will often help with your career progression. Initially TAs will start at level one, but can quickly progress through to level two, three and eventually to level four, which is a HLTA.

Specialist qualifications

If you want to develop your teaching in the field of SEN or if you are a learner wanting to enter teaching in SEN then you often need specialist qualifications. Choosing qualifications that will equip you with knowledge and practical experience can help further your career (or job application) with courses such as:

 

Level 2 Award in Support Work in Schools
Level 2 Award in Mentoring
Level 3 Certificate in Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools
Level 3 Diploma in Specialist Support for Teaching & Learning in Schools.

Furthering your career

Don’t stop at being a TA – build up your qualifications to establish an education that can take you all the way to qualifying for a foundation degree. Just one step away from completing a degree and becoming a qualified teacher. But first, it’s all about developing your experience and that means establishing plenty of on the job training supported by teaching assistant courses. With experience and the right qualifications you can progress to senior or to Higher Level Teaching Assistant status. There is enormous scope for furthering your career as a teaching assistant and it can be a fulfilling career path to take. When you decide to add qualifications to your CV too, you’ll start seeing big advances in your career options.

Special training discount for Axcis readers

Censeo offer some great training courses - and Axcis readers can even get a discount.

Censeo offer some great training courses – and Axcis readers can even get a discount.

If you’re interested in signing up for a course with Censeo, tell them you heard about them through Axcis and they will give you a 5% discount on the cost of the course. Every penny saved helps!

Posted in Candidates, News, Teaching Assistant Information, Training & Events

Axcis Education continues exclusive sponsorship of the National Autistic Society for a further two years

We are delighted to announce our continued partnership with The National Autistic Society for a further two years, as well as continued exclusive sponsorship of Network Autism. The network is the charity’s vital online service created to bring autism professionals together across over 12 professional sectors and from 90 countries.

 

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Axcis staff assisting on an NAS stand as part of their “Too Much Information” campaign.

Part of the Axcis sponsorship will include support for events, conferences and training across numerous activities organised by the charity, including the highly acclaimed Network Autism and My World National Autistic Society Education Campaign. Both initiatives have been integral to affecting change and creating essential support for children on the autism spectrum in schools and specialist services across the UK.

 

In addition, 2016 will be the sixth year in succession for Axcis to headline sponsor the National Autistic Society’s Professional Conference and the Autism Professional Awards.

 

As Paul Gold, Axcis Education Executive Chairman, explains,

“We are proud to be a corporate sponsor of the National Autistic Society and delighted by the news of the sponsorship continuation. Both organisations are pleased to see the positive impact our work is having on the lives of autistic people and their families. We are very proud of the long standing relationship we have with the charity and look forward to the positive continuation of our sponsorship in the years to come.”

 

Mark Lever, NAS CEO speaking at an Axcis-sponsored NAS event

Mark Lever, NAS CEO speaking at an Axcis-sponsored NAS event

Mark Lever, Chief Executive of the National Autistic Society says,

“We are delighted that Axcis Education has committed to a further two year partnership with the National Autistic Society. We’ve had a very successful partnership for six years and their support for our conferences and other activities allows us to share knowledge and best practice amongst autism professionals and to raise awareness and understanding of autism amongst teaching staff. There is an excellent fit between our charity’s work to improve autism practice and that of Axcis Education, and we’re very much looking forward to continuing our partnership over the coming two years.”

 

Are you seeking teaching or support work?

Register with Axcis and become connected to a network of special and mainstream schools in your area for work. If you are looking for school based work and are not already registered with Axcis, 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, so if you need work, why not register now? It’s free and takes just a few minutes – what do you have to lose?

 

 

 

Posted in NAS and Network Autism, News

Worksheet Wednesday: Clock Bingo (numeracy)

Clock bingo – a simple, fun way to introduce your class to learning about times of the day. With varying levels of difficulty available, this is a resource which is sure to appeal to a wide range of special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) teachers and support staff, in both mainstream and specialist settings.

About Clock Bingo

Clock bingo

Clock Bingo at SEN Teacher – why not give it a try?

The idea is simple, you print out a set of “clock bingo cards” and use these to play a fun game with your group. We have found an excellent web page for generating random cards, of varying difficulty here. Why not take a look, print off a set and see if your class enjoy getting to grips with time by playing a round of bingo?

Take me to the worksheet!

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

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

Are you seeking teaching or support work?

If you are looking for school based work and are not already registered with Axcis, 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, so if you need work, why not register now? It’s free and takes just a few minutes – what do you have to lose?

 

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Overseas teachers – are you keen to work with an ethical agency? Here are 8 reasons to choose Axcis

Overseas teachers – why should you consider working with us, or feel secure in your choice of agency if you already are?

 

Recruitment agencies in general often get tarred as being unethical, greedy & dishonest. At Axcis, we regularly hear horror stories from candidates and schools who have had a bad experience with an agency. This could be anything from low pay, misrepresenting a job, or generally lacking in support or care. So what makes Axcis any different to the rest? Why should you consider working with us, or feel secure in your choice of agency if you already are? Here are 8 reasons for choosing Axcis if you are an overseas teacher keen to work with an ethical agency:

 

 

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

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

  1. We work exclusively in Special Education so we know what we are talking about. Agencies that work with all types of schools are unable to provide the same level of knowledge & support in this area because they have to cover everything.
  2. Charitable partnerships. Axcis is a proud sponsor & partner of several charities including the National Autistic Society (NAS). This helps us to be fully engaged with the special needs & disabilities community & to work with experts to develop resources, ideas & training. Axcis has worked with NAS to build Network Autism, an online resource where teachers can share & access resources & ideas for teaching Autistic students.
  3. Heaps of training. It’s important for teachers to continue to have opportunities to develop, so Axcis has a regular calendar of specialist Special Education courses.
  4. Competitive rates of pay. Teachers do a highly rewarding, but often quite challenging job; they deserve to be paid well! Axcis teachers are paid at or above the national teachers’ pay scale as well as any extra allowances available for working in Special Education. This often means you will be paid more than a mainstream teacher.
  5. Honesty. The team at Axcis tries to provide as much information as possible about the school you are considering working in so that you can form a realistic impression of the support you are likely to have, the students you will be teaching & the area you will be working in. Likewise, we are upfront about any costs you are likely to incur & do not charge teachers anything for the services that Axcis provides.
  6. A dedicated overseas recruitment team. Axcis employs a small team to work exclusively with teachers who are relocating from overseas. That means that they have no affiliation with any particular school or area of the UK & won’t try to push you into taking a particular job; we want to find the job that is right for you.
  7. Sarah - our overseas recruitment manager would be happy to help you

    Sarah – our overseas recruitment manager would be happy to help you

    Help with your relocation costs. Relocating to another country can be costly & Axcis wants to help. We will contribute up to £500 towards the cost of your flights to the UK to make the move less stressful. This will be reimbursed to you after you have worked for 20 days & provided a receipt & itinerary. Some conditions apply so be sure to talk to us about this for further details before booking your flights.

  8. Fully compliant with safeguarding requirements. Paperwork can seem like a bit of a pain but it’s really important that schools know they are getting a new staff member who has been fully referenced & police checked. We’re sure you’ll agree that keeping children safe should be our #1 priority!

 

If you are thinking about heading to the UK to teach & would like to find out more about Special Education teaching roles, get in touch with the Axcis overseas team by emailing overseas@axcis.co.uk or give us a call toll free on one of these numbers:

 

Australia 1800 821 201  |  Canada 1866 403 3407  |  Ireland 1800 937 093  |  New Zealand 0800 292 473

What do others say about working for Axcis?

Don’t just take our word for it, see what other teachers have to say about us, before you register with us, too.

Posted in News, Overseas Trained Teacher Support

Axcis – thrilled to sponsor Autism-Europe International Congress 2016 with the NAS

Most people familiar with Axcis will know that we support the National Autistic Society, and have been doing so for a number of years now. In fact, we are their single biggest corporate sponsor and are thrilled to support many of their initiatives and events. On the 16, 17 and 18 September, we are a headline sponsor for Autism-Europe International Congress 2016 – one of the cornerstone events of the autism calendar. But what is great about this event and why are we sponsoring it? Find out here.

What is Autism-Europe International Congress?

Axcis Stand

You will find Axcis staff at many NAS conferences and fairs

Autism-Europe’s international congresses are dedicated to sharing advances in practical and scientific knowledge about autism to as wide an audience as possible, including researchers, professionals, parents and self-advocates.

 

The theme of the 2016 Congress is Happy, healthy and empowered.  The Congress will focus on the most recent developments across the field of autism, including causes, genetics, diagnosis, early intervention, treatments, education, support, employment, rights and policies, and many more. It will also cover the evolution of knowledge, rights and services for autistic people, as well as providing insight into future developments in knowledge and technologies for autistic people that may soon become a part of everyday life.

 

Visit the NAS page for further details and booking information.

 

We look forward to seeing you at the Congress on 16-18 September 2016 in the beautiful and historic city of Edinburgh, where we will share the creative and innovative work being done across Europe and worldwide and work together to ensure that people with autism get to live the life they choose.

Mark Lever, NAS CEO speaking at an Axcis-sponsored NAS event

Mark Lever, NAS CEO speaking at an Axcis-sponsored NAS event

About Axcis and the NAS

Axcis has been in partnership with the NAS since 2011, and we are proud to be their single biggest corporate sponsor. Since the start of this relationship, we have worked together on a range of initiatives, from developing FREE online webinars about autism, to live Twitter chats with top autism researchers and professionals as well as many training events, seminars and conferences. Axcis also sponsors Network Autism, the NAS’s vital online service created to bring autism professionals together across over 12 professional sectors and from 90 countries. In 2015, NAS also launched their MyWorld campaign with the support of Axcis Education to enhance autism awareness, training and resources in schools. Axcis have become a regular fixture at the NAS Professional Conference,  which we are thrilled to support and sponsor. Axcis also sponsor an “Autism Professionals Award” to recognise the fantastic work being done to support those on the spectrum. We are extremely proud of this partnership with the NAS and hope that it will continue for many years to come.

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

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

Are you seeking autism teaching or support work?

If you are looking for school based work and are not already registered with Axcis, 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, so if you need work, why not register now? It’s free and takes just a few minutes – what do you have to lose? Alternatively, you can refer a friend and earn yourself up to £100 in shopping vouchers.

 

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