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Last updated on 21 September 2017
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Statutory/mandatory for: Maintained schools Academies Free schools Independent schools Sixth-form colleges Pupil referral units Non-maintained special schools What does this mean?

What should be in an accessibility plan? We look at advice from the DfE on the governing body's legal duty to prepare an accessibility plan. We also provide our model accessibility plan, which is approved by a law firm, and link to examples of plans from primary, secondary and special schools.

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  1. Model accessibility plan from The Key 
  2. Requirements
  3. Reviewing the accessibility plan
  4. Primary school examples
  5. Secondary school examples

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