Education Act 1996 Sample Clauses

Education Act 1996. 2.4.1. Section 436A imposes a duty on the LA to identify and monitor children missing education. This was further clarified by Ofsted’s report ‘Pupils Missing out on Education’ Nov 13. The LA’s ability to perform its duties effectively is reliant on the regular transmission of electronic pupil updates from all Education Providers in Somerset.
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Education Act 1996. Section 13 An ‘LEA’ shall (so far as their powers enable them to do so) contribute towards the spiritual, moral, mental and physical development of the community, by securing that efficient primary and secondary education is available to meet the needs of the population of the area. Details of the number of children in the local authority’s area and an analysis of their needs is required in order to fulfil this duty so there may be an implied power to collect and use Section 434 (4) Provides for regulations containing implied powers for XXX to obtain information about school attendance.
Education Act 1996. Section 322 - where it appears to a local education authority that any health authority or local authority could, by taking any specified action, help in the exercise of any of their functions under this Part, they may request the help of the authority, specifying the action in question.

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