Right to Go logoThe Right to Go campaign aims to help schools and education settings support children and teenagers with bowel and bladder problems and to provide high quality and accessible toilets. 

Since the passing of the Children and Families Act in 2014, education settings have a statutory duty to support children with health conditions, including bowel and bladder problems. 

Our Right to Go campaign is helping schools to uphold this legal responsibility by providing free resources and guidance on best practice in the management of continence problems. Good school toilet facilities go hand in hand with improvements in care for pupils with bowel and bladder problems. The Right to Go campaign helps schools establish good toilets through the promotion of the School Toilet Charter.

Visit our Help at school information and access downloadable resources and guidance to make sure children and teenagers are supported at school and not disadvantaged in any way.