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Accessibility strategy for SEN pupils | Accessibility Strategy for SEN pupils | Birmingham City Council

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Accessibility strategy for SEN pupils

Education authorities and schools also have a legal planning duty to use accessibility strategies to improve access to education for disabled children.

These plans should be made available to parents and should include:

  • improvements in access to the curriculum
  • physical improvements to increase access to the school buildings and
  • improvements in the way information is provided for disabled children.

A range of services are available to support schools to enable access to education for disabled pupils.

Visit Birmingham’s Local Offer pages to find out more about how these services support access to education. 

Here you will find more information about how disabled children and young people can be supported in schools, information about getting to school, alternative provision and more.