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Single equality schemes: examples
You'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.
You're not required to have a single equality scheme
Your school has to comply with the Public Sector Equality Duty (PSED), which is part of the Equality Act 2010.
This means that you have to publish:
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).
- Bishop Heber High School in Cheshire
- Katharine Lady Berkeley’s School in Gloucestershire (under “safeguarding policies”)
Special school examples
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