Parent meeting moral education of children

This item of legislation is currently only available in its original format. The standards about the quality of education provided at the school are those contained in this Part. British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and parent meeting moral education of children. The standard in this paragraph is met where the proprietor ensures that a framework for pupil performance to be evaluated, by reference to the school’s own aims as provided to parents or national norms, or to both, is in place.

The standards about the welfare, health and safety of pupils at the school are those contained in this Part. National Minimum Standards for Boarding Schools or, where applicable, the National Minimum Standards for Residential Special Schools or the National Minimum Standards for Accommodation of Students under Eighteen by Further Education Colleges. The standard in this paragraph is met if the proprietor ensures that bullying at the school is prevented in so far as reasonably practicable, by the drawing up and implementation of an effective anti-bullying strategy. The standard in this paragraph is met if the proprietor ensures that relevant health and safety laws are complied with by the drawing up and effective implementation of a written health and safety policy. The standard in this paragraph is met if the proprietor ensures that first aid is administered in a timely and competent manner by the drawing up and effective implementation of a written first aid policy. The standard in this paragraph is met if the proprietor ensures that pupils are properly supervised through the appropriate deployment of school staff.

The standards about the suitability of staff, supply staff, and proprietors are those contained in this Part. The standard in this paragraph relates to the suitability of persons appointed as members of staff at the school, other than the proprietor and supply staff. This paragraph relates to the suitability of supply staff at the school. Standard 14 of the National Minimum Standards for Boarding Schools or where applicable, Standard 14 of the National Minimum Standards for Residential Special Schools are complied with. 3 months before the date on which the person is due to begin work at the school.

P is due to begin work at the school. The standard in this paragraph relates to the suitability of the proprietor of the school. Secretary of State obtains an enhanced criminal record certificate relating to the individual. Secretary of State makes a request for an enhanced criminal record check relating to MB countersigned by the Secretary of State to be made, such a check is made.

In this paragraph a reference to the Chair of the school is a reference to an individual who is the Chair of a body of persons corporate or unincorporate named as the proprietor of the school in the register or in an application to enter the school in the register and includes a reference to a similar officer. S is subject to a prohibition order or an interim prohibition order, including the date on which such check was completed. The standards about the premises of and accommodation at the school are those contained in this Part. 11 years or over at the start of the school year who receive physical education. The standard in this paragraph is met if the proprietor ensures that the school premises and the accommodation and facilities provided therein are maintained to a standard such that, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health, safety and welfare of pupils are ensured. The standard in this paragraph is met if the proprietor ensures that the acoustic conditions and sound insulation of each room or other space are suitable, having regard to the nature of the activities which normally take place therein. The standard in this paragraph is met if the proprietor ensures that, where the school provides accommodation, regard is had to Standard 5 of the National Minimum Standards for Boarding Schools or, where applicable, Standard 5 of the National Minimum Standards for Residential Special Schools.

120 of the 2008 Act to remove the school from the register. Secretary of State or a body conducting an inspection under section 109 of the 2008 Act requests access to them. The protected characteristics are set out in Chapter 1 of Part 2 of the Equality Act 2010. Part 6 relates to education and consists of two Chapters. Chapter 1 relates to schools and Chapter 2 to further and higher education.

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