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Accessibility plan: model and examples

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Last updated on 8 September 2017
Statutory/mandatory for: Maintained schools Academies Free schools Independent schools Sixth-form colleges Pupil referral units Non-maintained special schools What does this mean?
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Schools are free to decide the format of their accessibility plan and many include the plan as part of their accessibility policy. This article includes our model accessibility plan that you can adapt to suit your schools. It also links to examples of plans from primary, secondary and special schools.

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  1. 1 Model accessibility plan from The Key
  2. 2 KeyDoc: checklist
  3. 3 School examples

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