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On this page, you will find a collection of essential policies that pertain to various aspects of student life, wellbeing, and support services. We encourage you to familiarise yourself with these policies to better understand our commitment to fostering a positive and nurturing learning community.
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Our new code of practice to support our disabled students
Co-developed with students, our new code of practice aims to bring together all information about inclusive practice and reasonable adjustments in one clear document.
Student Disability, Mental Health, and Inclusion Policy
The Student Disability, Mental Health, and Inclusion Policy sets out the University’s commitment to creating an inclusive environment for disabled students and provide a framework to contribute to the ongoing development of an enabling environment which promotes positive mental health and wellbeing for all members and service users of the University, in line with the institutional Wellbeing Strategy.
Assistance Animals for Disabled People Policy
We recognise that some disabled staff and students may need to use an assistance dog, and under the Equality Act 2010, assistance dogs are permitted on the University grounds. The Assistance Animals for Disabled People Policy outlines the way in which we will manage the provision of campus access for assistance animals as part of our commitment to creating a diverse campus.