Axcis has helped thousands of teachers to find work in special needs schools/settings. If you're making the transition from mainstream to special needs and are seeking advice on making the best impression possible on a trial day or lesson, then look no further - Axcis has some great tips for you.
A factsheet aimed at dyslexic young people completing an Apprenticeship in England has been released. The document is the collaborative work of the British Dyslexia Association; The Dyslexia SpLD-Trust; Department for Education; and The Department for Business, Innovation & Skills.
Our resource is designed to support clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) and local authorities in England to effectively commission palliative care for children and young people aged 0–25. Produced as part of our Department for Education-funded special educational needs and disability (SEND) project, our resource also supports health and wellbeing boards to understand their role in the commissioning process.
Here you will find some useful advice for tweaking your CV and cover letter if you are considering moving from working in mainstream education settings to special needs provisions. Provided by Axcis, specialists in SEND recruitment, this advice can really help those wishing to move into special needs teaching or support roles.
This video features students with special educational needs and disabilities from West Lakes Academy. The Academy and Lakes College work together to provide a transition programme designed to reduce anxiety and build students' confidence. The differentiated curriculum at Lakes College and the range of support available help to ensures that students feel confident, safe and able to learn and make progress.
Staff from West Lakes Academy, a secondary school, and Lakes College, an FE college, explain how they work closely with parents to facilitate a smooth transition from school to college for students with SEN and disabilities.
A suite of free lesson plans focusing on speech, language and communication designed for use on No Pens Day Wednesday - a national speaking and listening event run by The Communication Trust. The official event takes place in October, but settings can use the resources to host their event at any time www.thecommunicationtrust.org.uk/nopensdaywednesday
This toolkit is a summary of common issues surrounding transition for young people on the autism spectrum, as well as a guide to the considerations that should be taken by those supporting them. We offer some practical strategies to support transition periods as well as provide a list of useful links to other organisations and support materials.