Accessibility plan: requirementsYour school must have an accessibility plan. Find out what your plan needs to include, and follow our step-by-step guide to make sure you stay compliant.
Accessibility plans: audit checklistsYou need to review your accessibility plan every 3 years. Read expert advice on what that means, and see examples of audit checklists from local authorities and schools.
Equality Act 2010Schools have specific duties under the Equality Act 2010. Be clear on how the Act protects people and what your duties are.
Equality Act 2010: reasonable adjustmentsKnow the rules about providing reasonable adjustments for pupils and staff with disabilities, and be sure about how to decide whether an adjustment would be 'reasonable'. You can also find guidance on adjustments for school trips and providing auxiliary aids.
Gender pay gap reporting: template and requirementsIf you’ve got more than 250 employees in your school, you need to publish and report specific figures about your school's gender pay gap. Find out how to calculate the figures and use our template to present your data.
Single equality schemes: examplesYou're no longer required to produce a single equality scheme, but may still find it useful to do so. See examples from primaries, secondaries and special schools.
Anti-racist reading lists for staffTo create an anti-racist curriculum and teach in a way that's truly inclusive, you and your staff need to first understand the issues. These books and resources should support you on this journey.
Create an anti-racism action plan to suit your school communityFind out how feedback from your school community should inform your anti-racism action plan, so you can address the specific problems faced in your school. Learn how to set specific objectives, meaningful actions and achievable milestones, and how to measure progress so you know your school's on the right track.
How to talk to pupils about race, racism and Black Lives MatterTalking to pupils about race and racism has always been important, but it’s taken on a new sense of urgency since the death of George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter protests around the world. It’s important you address these issues with pupils of all ages, and this is how to do it.