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  • Accessibility plan: requirements Your 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 checklists Do you have examples of accessibility audit templates? We link to school accessibility audit checklists from local authorities and a disability access audit consultancy. We also link to a school's completed checklist, and relay advice from one of our experts about how often audits should be conducted.
  • Daily collective worship: requirements and guidance What constitutes a daily act of worship? We outline the requirement for schools to provide collective worship. We look at what collective worship may entail and where it can take place. We outline how pupils and teachers can withdraw from collective worship.
  • Equality Act 2010 What obligations are placed on schools under the Equality Act 2010? In this article, we set out some of the main provisions of the Equality Act that affect schools. We also point to advice issued by the Department for Education, and the Equality and Human Rights Commission.
  • Equality Act 2010: reasonable adjustments Know 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 requirements If 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: examples Are there examples of single equality schemes? We link to templates of schemes from local authorities, and examples of schemes from nursery, primary and secondary schools. We also refer to guidance on the Public Sector Equality Duty and the removal of the requirement to produce equality schemes.
  • The Public Sector Equality Duty in schools: demonstrating compliance What information could we publish to show we comply with the PSED? We relay Department for Education guidance on the kind of information schools could publish to demonstrate compliance. We also link to examples of published information from primary, secondary and special schools.
  • The Public Sector Equality Duty (PSED) in schools What must schools do under the Public Sector Equality Duty (PSED)? The PSED applies to all schools and replaces previous equality duties related to race, disability and gender. We look at Department for Education advice on the PSED and outline what schools need to do to meet the requirements.