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Disabilities

Euro Dance College

recognises that people with disabilities and learning difficulties experience discrimination within society.

The College is committed to providing equality of opportunity to all who study and work at the College. Our aim is to ensure that all our students can participate fully in all aspects of College life. Disability is defined in section 1 of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 as follows: A person has a disability if she or he has a physical or mental impairment, which has a substantial and long-term adverse affect on his/her ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities. The term "physical impairment" includes sensory impairment e.g. loss of hearing, visual impairment etc. It includes disfigurement and people with a history of disability. The term "mental impairment" covers impairments relating to mental functioning, including clinically recognised mental illness and learning difficulties e.g. dyslexia. At Euro Dance College we welcome people from all sections of the community. We undertake a full individual analysis into a studentís physical restrictions, as well as his/her strengths to determine their suitability for the very demanding physical nature of the course. It may be the case that an individual would endanger his/her personal safety or that of other members of the class and so should be precluded from undertaking either the course or a particular activity on the grounds of health and safety.

Euro Dance College realises that any student who has a disability or learning difficulty may need special consideration or additional support in order to succeed within the course. We recognise that these needs are individual and we aim to ensure that all students have the support necessary for their individual needs. Euro Dance College ensures all staff are aware that they must not treat students with disabilities more or less favourably than other students simple because of their disability. Our overriding teaching approach is that, so far as possible, all students should be afforded the same treatment.

   
     
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