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Equality Act 2010: reasonable adjustments

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Last updated on 5 October 2017
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What counts as a 'reasonable adjustment'? This article outlines the duty to make reasonable adjustments for pupils and staff with disabilities, and how to decide whether an adjustment would be 'reasonable'. There is also guidance on school trips and auxiliary aids.

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  1. 1 Schools' duties
  2. 2 Deciding on reasonable adjustments: pupils
  3. 3 Deciding on reasonable adjustments: staff
  4. 4 Auxiliary aids and services
  5. 5 After-school clubs
  6. 6 School trips
  7. 7 Parents attending events
  8. 8 Accessibility planning

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