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equality guidance for schools

22 July 2013

In June 2013, The Equality and Human Rights Commission published the Equality Act Codes of Practice and Technical Guidance. It outlines the requirements those working in schools and helps protect their pupils from discrimination and promotes equality.

Equality Act Codes of Practice and Technical Guidance

Technical Guidance for Schools in England

Reasonable adjustments for disabled pupils

This guidance is all contained in the wider 'equality guidance for education providers' document, to view this click here.

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School not responsible for pupil attack on teaching assistant: council’s successful appeal a reminder that failure in written risk assessment not fatal - causation is key

Over five years after the event, and following a protracted legal process, Norfolk County Council have successfully appealed a finding of negligence against them.

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New year, new approach – getting compliance right

Compliance is a broad term and covers the three Ps – paper, people and practice. Be it safeguarding, GDPR or health and safety, there is a direct link between high-quality, outcomes-focused training and the impact on staff and children in your setting and to help you get it right, here are my eight tips for excellent compliance training.

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Department for Education (DfE) guidance on educational provision during lockdown

The government decision on lockdown and the subsequent Department for Education (DfE) guidance vulnerable children and the children of critical workers and actions for schools to take during lockdown.

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Legal updates

Can we limit the number of vulnerable and/or critical-worker children we have in school during lockdown?

On Friday 8 January, the Department for Education’s (DfE) updated its guidance slightly to explain that where a child can remain at home rather than attend school, they should.

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