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Find out what individual academy websites must publish online, and if you’re a multi-academy trust, what your trust website needs to include. Use our checklists to help you comply.

Download our checklist 

This checklist summarises the information that academies, including free schools, are usually required to publish on their websites.

Check your funding agreement to find out exactly what you're required to publish online.

KeyDoc: school website checklist (academies)

It's based on the DfE guidance on what academies, free schools and colleges must or should publish online and further legislation listed in the sources in the checklist above.

Changes since September 2021 For the latest changes, see the 'Article updates' box at the bottom of this page.  May 2022 You no longer need to make information about the public sector apprenticeship target publicly available. This is in light of updated DfE guidance saying that organisations with 250 or more staff no longer have a target to employ a set percentage of staff as new apprentices.  April 2022 Note for schools in MATs: You must publish

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