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These guidelines are designed to help improve schools' policies in relation to toilets and toileting.
Schools can use the information to avoid discriminating against pupils with bowel and bladder conditions and make sure that these children are fully supported. Parents and pupils can also use the information to encourage schools to improve their policies and their toilets.
We’ve also answered the most common questions from pupils and parents about continence issues in education settings.
Find out what the Department for Education guidelines say about children who need help with intimate care at school or an early years setting during the Covid-19 pandemic.
ERIC has teamed up with Bladder and Bowel UK to produce guidance for school leaders, proprietors, governors, staff and practitioners across the UK regarding all aspects of bladder and bowel issues and toileting in schools.
The rules and regulations around school toilets can be confusing. ERIC provides excellent best practice guidance and outstanding resources on this issue.
Open access to high quality toilet facilities at school and education settings is crucial to pupils' health and well-being.
Dealing with locked school toilets or policies on nappies? Get answers to commonly asked questions about continence issues in schools.