Amendments proposed to the Education and Inspections Bill - continued House of Commons

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Mrs Nadine Dorries

571

Clause     79,     page     62,     line     17,     at end insert 'and

      '(e) that the local education authority is given at least 24 hours' notice in writing that the detention of a pupil subject to a statement of special educational needs is due to take place and such notice is appended to the pupil's Annual Review report.'.


   

Sarah Teather
Greg Mulholland
Annette Brooke

74

Clause     80,     page     63,     line     13,     at end insert 'and—

      (c) the member of staff has received appropriate training and accreditation in the use of force.'.

   

Mrs Nadine Dorries

572

Clause     80,     page     63,     line     13,     at end insert 'and

      '(c) members of staff have received accredited training in the use of physical restraint on children and young people.'.

   

Mrs Nadine Dorries

573

Clause     80,     page     63,     line     22,     at end add—

    '(7)   The powers conferred by subsection (1) are subject to reasonable adjustments in the case of the use of force on a pupil who may have special educational needs or a disability.'.


   

Sarah Teather
Greg Mulholland
Annette Brooke

553

Clause     81,     page     63,     line     27,     leave out ', retains or disposes of' and insert 'or retains'.

   

Sarah Teather
Greg Mulholland
Annette Brooke

554

Clause     81,     page     63,     line     29,     leave out ', retention or disposal' and insert 'or retention'.

   

Sarah Teather
Greg Mulholland
Annette Brooke

552

Clause     81,     page     63,     line     31,     leave out 'he proves that'.

   

Sarah Teather
Greg Mulholland
Annette Brooke

555

Clause     81,     page     63,     line     31,     leave out ', retention or disposal' and insert 'or retention'.

   

Sarah Teather
Greg Mulholland
Annette Brooke

556

Clause     81,     page     63,     line     32,     at end insert—

    '(2A)   A person who disposes of the item is not liable in any proceedings in respect of the disposal if the item could not reasonably be restored to its lawful owner, or if a pupil, to that pupil's parent or guardian, without thereby facilitating the commission of an offence or of creating the possibility that further disciplinary action might need to be taken in relation to the pupil.'.


   

Sarah Teather
Greg Mulholland
Annette Brooke

75

Clause     82,     page     63,     line     41,     at end insert—'"force" means restrictive physical intervention that is proportionate to the relevant circumstance as set out in section 80(1);'.

   

Mr David Willetts
Mr Nick Gibb
Mr John Hayes
Mr David Evennett

396

Clause     82,     page     64,     line     4,     at end insert 'with the exception of a pupil at the school'.


   

Mr David Willetts
Mr Nick Gibb
Mr John Hayes
Mr David Evennett

397

Clause     84,     page     64,     line     36,     after 'regulate', insert 'or otherwise impose standards on'.

   

Mrs Nadine Dorries

574

Clause     84,     page     64,     line     36,     at end insert—

    '(1C)   For the purposes of subsection (1A) when determining whether the imposition is reasonable the local education authority or the governing body must take account of any special circumstances which are known to it (or of which it ought reasonably to have been aware), including in particular—

      (a) any special educational needs the child may have, and

      (b) any disability the child may have.'.

   

Sarah Teather
Greg Mulholland
Annette Brooke

557

Clause     84,     page     64,     line     37,     at end insert—

    '(3A)   In subsection (6), after paragraph (b) insert—

          "(c) in a case falling within subsections (1), (1A) or (2), is to improve the well-being of the pupil.".'.

   

Sarah Teather
Greg Mulholland
Annette Brooke

558

Clause     84,     page     64,     line     37,     at end insert—

    '(3B)   After subsection (6) insert—

          "(6A)   In subsection (6)(c) 'well-being', in relation to children and young people, is a reference to their well-being having regard to the matters mentioned in section 10(2) of the Children Act 2004 (c. 31).".'.


   

Mrs Nadine Dorries

575

Clause     85,     page     65,     line     15,     at end insert 'and

      '(c) the relevant body has taken full account of—

      (i) any special educational needs the child may have, and

      (ii) any disability the child may have.'.

   

Sarah Teather
Greg Mulholland
Annette Brooke

559

Clause     85,     page     65,     line     29,     after 'behaviour', insert 'and well-being'.

   

Sarah Teather
Greg Mulholland
Annette Brooke

560

Clause     85,     page     65,     line     35,     at end insert—

    '(10)   In subsection (3)(b) "well-being", in relation to children and young people, is a reference to their well-being having regard to the matters mentioned in section 10(2) of the Children Act 2004 (c. 31).'.


   

Mr David Willetts
Mr Nick Gibb
Mr John Hayes
Mr David Evennett

398

Clause     86,     page     66,     line     21,     leave out from 'authority' to end of line 24.


   

Mrs Nadine Dorries

576

Clause     88,     page     68,     line     3,     at end insert—

    '(3C)   A local authority must make an assessment in accordance with section 323 of EA 1996 (assessment of educational needs) of any pupil permanently excluded.'.

   

Mr David Willetts
Mr Nick Gibb
Mr John Hayes
Mr David Evennett

399

Clause     89,     page     68,     line     16,     leave out 'require' and insert 'enable'.

   

Mr David Willetts
Mr Nick Gibb
Mr John Hayes
Mr David Evennett

400

Clause     89,     page     68,     line     17,     leave out 'request' and insert 'require'.


   

Mr Edward Leigh

375

Clause     90,     page     69,     line     3,     leave out subsections (3) to (6).

   

Mrs Nadine Dorries

577

Clause     90,     page     69,     line     14,     at end insert—

    '(6A)   Parents of excluded children who are subject to a statement of special educational needs are exempt from this section, unless it has been demonstrated by the local authority that the parents have contributed to the child's exclusion.'.


   

Mr David Willetts
Mr Nick Gibb
Mr John Hayes
Mr David Evennett

401

Clause     92,     page     71,     line     1,     leave out '(other than a pupil referral unit)'.

   

Mr David Willetts
Mr Nick Gibb
Mr John Hayes
Mr David Evennett

402

Clause     92,     page     71,     line     3,     leave out '(other than a pupil referral unit)'.


   

Mrs Nadine Dorries

578

Clause     95,     page     73,     line     14,     after 'exclusion' insert—

      '(ca) the local education authority ensure that the provision provided meets the requirements to provide the child with, an appropriate education that his age, ability, special educational needs and disability calls for,'.

   

Mr David Willetts
Mr Nick Gibb
Mr John Hayes
Mr David Evennett

404

Clause     96,     page     73,     line     30,     leave out 'may' and insert 'must'.

   

Mr David Willetts
Mr Nick Gibb
Mr John Hayes
Mr David Evennett

403

Clause     96,     page     73,     line     30,     leave out from 'section' to 'must' in line 33.


NEW CLAUSES RELATING TO PART 7

Home-school contracts

   

Mr David Willetts
Mr Nick Gibb
Mr John Hayes
Mr David Evennett

NC45

To move the following Clause:—

    '(1)   Section 111 of SSFA 1998 is amended as follows.

    (2)   Omit subsections (4)(b), (4)(c) and (5).

    (3)   After subsection (4) insert—

          "(4A)   A governing body of a school to which section 110(1) applies or the local education authority where it is the admission authority for such a school may make it a condition of being admitted to the school that the parental declaration is signed in respect of the child."

    (4)   In the heading of sections 110 (home-school agreements) and 111 (supplementary provisions about home-school agreements) for "agreements" substitute "contracts".'.


Well-being of homosexual pupils

   

Sarah Teather
Greg Mulholland
Annette Brooke

NC58

To move the following Clause:—

    'The governing body and head teacher of a maintained school shall have a duty to establish effective policies to ensure the safety and emotional well-being of all pupils self-identifying as homosexual or believed by others to be so, promoting the fulfilment by every pupil concerned of his educational potential.'.


   

Mr David Willetts
Mr Nick Gibb
Mr John Hayes
Mr David Evennett

265

Clause     98,     page     74,     line     11,     leave out 'The Office' and insert 'Ofsted'.

 
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