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Changing for PE in mixed-gender groups (primary)
Schools can decide on their arrangements for how or where pupils get changed. Make confident decisions by reading guidance on issues to consider, such as child protection and religious beliefs. One of our experts also sets good practice in handling objections to communal changing.
- Schools decide how or where pupils get changed
- Local authority guidance
- Child protection concerns
- Religious concerns
- Handling objections to communal changing
- Policies from schools
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