A place to belong

The Charter School East Dulwich exists to inspire young people in our diverse local community to develop the character and expertise they need to succeed in adult life - personally, economically and in good citizens.

We teach our students to be curious, creative, courageous and caring. They will leave us happy in themselves, excited about their future and ambitious to achieve.


We want to create a school environment that is accessible for everyone - our students and our staff.


To do this, we have developed an accessibility plan that sets out how we will make our curriculum, environment and information available to all students. This plan also sets out how we will meet the statutory requirements of the EqualityAct 2010.

Our Accessibility Plan

Our accessibility plan

Our mission is clear, we are focussed on providing better futures for all our children and young people.

Our plan aims to:

  • Increase the extent to which pupils with disabilities can participate in the curriculum
  • Improve the physical environment of our school to enable pupils with disabilities to benefit equally from the education, benefits, facilities and services provided.
  • Improve the availability of accessible information to pupils with disabilities.


The school also recognises its responsibilities towards employees with disabilities and will:

  • Monitor recruitment procedures to ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided with equal opportunities.
  • Provide appropriate support and provision for employees with disabilities to ensure that they can carry out their work effectively without barriers.
  • Undertake reasonable adjustments to enable staff to access the workplace.


The plan will be resourced, implemented, reviewed, and revised in consultation withour:

  • pupils
  • parents
  • the headteacher and other relevant members of staff
  • Governors
  • The Charter Schools Education Trust wider team and stakeholders
  • external partners.