This Schedule applies where a duty to make reasonable adjustments is imposed on A by this Part.
(1) This paragraph applies where A is the responsible body of a school to which section 85 applies.
(2) A must comply with the first and third requirements.
(3) For the purposes of this paragraph—
(a) the reference in section 20(3) to a provision, criterion or practice is a reference to a provision, criterion or practice applied by or on behalf of A;
(b) the reference in section 20(3) or (5) to a disabled person is—
(i) in relation to a relevant matter within sub-paragraph (4)(a), a reference to disabled persons generally;
(ii) in relation to a relevant matter within sub-paragraph (4)(b), a reference to disabled pupils generally.
(4) In relation to each requirement, the relevant matters are—
(a) deciding who is offered admission as a pupil;
(b) provision of education or access to a benefit, facility or service.
(1) This paragraph applies where A is the responsible body of an institution to which section 91 applies.
(2) A must comply with the first, second and third requirements.
(b) the reference in section 20(4) to a physical feature is a reference to a physical feature of premises occupied by
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