Single equality schemes: examples

Although you're no longer required to produce a single equality scheme, it can help you to comply with the Public Sector Equality Duty (PSED). See examples from primary and secondary schools, and a special school.

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  1. A single equality scheme is no longer a requirement
  2. Primary examples 
  3. Secondary examples 
  4. Special school example

A single equality scheme is no longer a requirement

Your school must comply with the Public Sector Equality Duty (PSED), part of the Equality Act 2010. 

This means that you have to publish the following:

You're not required to create a single equality scheme, although the DfE’s guidance states that you can do so if it helps you comply with the equality duty (see paragraph 5.16).

Primary examples 

Secondary examples 

Special school example

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