Accessibility plan: model and examples
Download our model accessibility plan and adapt it to suit your context.
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Under the Equality Act 2010, all schools are required to have an accessibility plan, but you're free to decide on its format.
The plan should cover how you intend to:
- Increase the extent to which pupils with disabilities can participate in the curriculum
- Improve the physical environment to enable pupils with disabilities to take better advantage of the education, benefits, facilities and services you provide
- Improve the availability of accessible information to pupils with disabilities
You're not required to have a separate accessibility policy, although some schools set out their accessibility plan in a document with an accessibility policy (as in 1 of the school examples below).
Download our model accessibility plan
It's designed for you to easily adapt to suit the context of your school.
Our plan is:
You're not required to publish your accessibility plan on your website, but it should be published in an