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Accessibility plans: summary of requirements

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Last updated on 20 March 2017
School types: All · School phases: All
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Must schools have an accessibility plan? We outline the requirement to have an accessibility plan, and relay advice on assessing accessibility from NASBM and one of our associate experts. We also look at the review frequency and format of plans.

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  1. 1 Requirements
  2. 2 Approval and review frequency
  3. 3 Format

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