Website requirements: academies and academy trusts

Find out what individual academies need to publish online, and if you’re a multi-academy trust, what your trust website needs to include. Use our checklists to help you comply.

Last reviewed on 22 May 2024See updates
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Contents
  1. Download our checklist 
  2. Check your website requirements here
  3. Guidance for nurseries
  4. Publishing data for small cohorts and special schools 
  5. Linking to your multi-academy trust's website 
  6. UK GDPR and equality requirements for your website
  7. Ofsted expectations
  8. Get updated about changes to your policy requirements 

Download our checklist 

This checklist summarises the information that academies, including free schools, are usually required to publish on their websites.

Check your funding agreement to understand exactly what you're required to publish online.

KeyDoc: school website checklist (academies) DOC, 451.0 KB

It's based on the DfE guidance on what academies, free schools and colleges must or should publish online and further legislation listed in the sources in the checklist above.

You should provide a paper copy of the information found on your website if a parent or carer requests it. 

Check your website requirements here

You can download these requirements in our checklist above.

Be clear on:

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