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Effective from September 1, 2022, the Accessible British Columbia Regulation, a component of the Accessible British Columbia Act, was enacted. This set of regulations designated that educational institutions, including prescribed organizations, school districts, and independent schools, are obligated to establish an Accessibility Committee, formulate an Accessibility Plan, and implement a mechanism for collecting input on accessibility matters by September 1, 2023. The primary objective of this legislation is to enhance inclusivity for individuals with disabilities, engaging them in the process of recognizing, eliminating, and precluding barriers to their full participation in the life of the province.

Our Accessibility Plan

Our Accessibility Three-year Plan is based on the Accessibility Principles of Adaptability, Collaboration, Diversity, Inclusion, Self-Determination, and Universal Design, as set out in the Accessible BC Act. If you would like to provide feedback on the plan, or if you have questions or comments, please email
We have developed a barrier reporting form to allow members of the community to include information about their accessible experiences. Responses can be anonymous, or a name and contact information can be provided if you wish to be contacted.

Glenlyon Norfolk School

Junior School (JK to Grade 5)

Middle (Grade 6 to 8) and Senior (Grade 9 to 12) Schools

We wish to acknowledge and respect the Straits Salish Peoples on whose traditional territory we gather. Specifically, we recognize the Lekwungen Peoples known today as the Songhees Nation and the Esquimalt Nation, whose historical relationships with the land where we live, work, play and learn continue to this day.