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- Accessibility plans: requirements and examples
- Adapting school premises for disabled people
- Attendance certificates: avoiding discrimination
- Can a school run a 'girls only' science club?
- Can a school support a political organisation?
- Can we ban pupils from wearing earrings?
- Daily collective worship: requirements and guidance
- Educational visits: inclusion of pupils with a disability/SEN
- Equal pay audits: guidance
- Equality action plans
- Equality documents: format
- Handling requests to withdraw pupils on religious grounds
- How should schools respond to the Home Office’s Prevent strategy? updated
- Language to use to describe ethnicity: guidance and resources
- Nappy changing: children with SEN
- Providing a prayer room
- Providing support for a diabetic child at an after-school club
- Public Sector Equality Duty statements: examples
- Pupil appearance: hair length
- School policy review: model statement on equality
- Single equality schemes: examples
- Sports teams: providing equal access for boys and girls
- Supporting Jehovah’s Witness pupils
- The Public Sector Equality Duty (PSED) in schools
- The Public Sector Equality Duty (PSED): equality objectives
- The Public Sector Equality Duty: equality impact assessments
- The Public Sector Equality Duty: publishing information
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Equality documents: format
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