The Environmental Access Toolkit identifies reasonable adjustments that need to be made to the classroom and education location. To enable a child/young person with vision impairment to access the school environment in a safe manner with confidence.
This simple self-audit toolkit is designed for the headeacher. It focuses on four key areas for audit: outside areas, corridors, entrances, halls and classrooms.
Why use the Environmental Access Toolkit?
Access Audits highlight the points to for audit for each location. These can include no cost and with cost implications. This allows for short and long-term planning.
- The head to make short and long-term plans to make the environment accessible
- Enables the school to put in place low cost solutions immediately
- With-cost actions can be included in the school’s long-term school development plan