Amendments proposed to the Education Bill - continued House of Commons

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Mr Stephen Timms

435

Schedule     22,     page     196,     line     18,     column 2, at end insert—

'In section 14, subsections (1), (3) and (4).
In Schedule 2, paragraph 8(4).'.
   

Mr Stephen Timms

436

Schedule     22,     page     196,     column 2, leave out lines 22 to 24 and insert 'The whole Act so far as unrepealed'.

   

Mr Stephen Timms

437

Schedule     22,     page     197,     line     7,     column 2, at end insert—

'In section 545(2)(a), the words "or section 218(7) of the Education Reform Act 1988".'.
   

Mr Stephen Timms

438

Schedule     22,     page     197,     line     14,     column 2, at end insert—

'In section 578, the entries relating to the Education Act 1967 and the Nursery Education and Grant-Maintained Schools Act 1996.'.
   

Mr Stephen Timms

439

Schedule     22,     page     197,     line     27,     after 'it,', insert 'paragraph 76,'.

   

Mr Stephen Timms

440

Schedule     22,     page     197,     line     31,     column 2, leave out '5(3)' and insert '6(3)'.

   

Mr Stephen Timms

441

Schedule     22,     page     197,     line     52,     column 2, at end insert

'Section 23(4).
Section 29(4).'
   

Mr Stephen Timms

442

Schedule     22,     page     197,     line     52,     column 2, at end insert—

'Section 49.'.
   

Mr Stephen Timms

443

Schedule     22,     page     197,     line     53,     column 2, leave out '27, 28, 36 and 56' and insert '14, 27, 28 and 36'.

   

Mr Stephen Timms

444

Schedule     22,     page     197,     line     53,     at end insert—

'Police Act 1997 (c.50)In section 113—

in subsection (3A), paragraph (a)(ii) and (iii), and

(b) in subsection (3B), paragraph (c) and the words from "and the reference" to the end.

Section 115(6A)(a)(ii) and (iii).'.

   

Mr Stephen Timms

445

Schedule     22,     page     198,     line     2,     column 2, leave out "Section 3(3)(c)" and insert—

'Section 1(8).

In section 3—

the words "within the meaning of section 218(2) of the Education Reform Act 1988", and

subsection (3)(c).

Section 10.
Section 11.
Section 13.
Section 18.
In Schedule 2, paragraph 1(5).
In Schedule 3, paragraph 5.'.
   

Mr Stephen Timms

446

Schedule     22,     page     198,     line     4,     column 2, at end insert

'Section 7(10).'
   

Mr Stephen Timms

447

Schedule     22,     page     198,     line     7,     column 2, at end insert 'Section 16(4) and (13).'

   

Mr Stephen Timms

414

Schedule     22,     page     198,     line     10,     column     2,     at end insert—

       'In section 33(1), the word "and" at the end of paragraph (b)'.

   

Mr Andrew Turner

137

Schedule     22,     page     198,     line     11,     leave out 'Sections 36 to 44.'.

   

Mr Andrew Turner

195

Schedule     22,     page     198,     line     11,     leave out '44' and insert '38'.

   

Mr Andrew Turner

143

Schedule     22,     page     198,     line     19,     leave out 'Sections 64 to 68.'.

   

Mr Andrew Turner

164

Schedule     22,     page     198,     line     23,     after '93.' insert 'sections 104 to 109'.

   

Mr Stephen Timms

448

Schedule     22,     page     198,     line     23,     column 2, at end insert 'Section 115.'

   

Mr Stephen Timms

449

Schedule     22,     page     198,     line     32,     column 2, leave out '127(6)(f) and (k)' and insert '127(6)(e), (f), (h), (i) and (k)'.

   

Mr Stephen Timms

450

Schedule     22,     page     198,     line     33,     column 2, at end insert—

      '( ) in subsection (2)(b), the words "paragraph 3(5) or 4 of Schedule 10",'.

   

Mr Stephen Timms

451

Schedule     22,     page     198,     line     36,     column 2, leave out from 'subsection' to end of line 37 and insert '(5), in paragraph (a), sub-paragraph (iii) and the word "or" preceding it and, in paragraph (b)(ii), the word "46".'.

   

Mr Stephen Timms

452

Schedule     22,     page     198,     line     38,     column 2, leave out 'entry relating to the' and insert 'entries relating to local schools budget and'.

   

Mr Andrew Turner

196

Schedule     22,     page     198,     line     50,     leave out '13' and insert '11'.

   

Mr Andrew Turner

144

Schedule     22,     page     198,     line     51,     leave out 'to 18' and insert 'to 17'.

   

Mr Stephen Timms

453

Schedule     22,     page     198,     line     53,     column 2, after '26,' insert 'in paragraph 1, sub-paragraph (1)(c) and the word "or" preceding it, and.'

   

Mr Stephen Timms

454

Schedule     22,     page     198,     line     54,     column 2, at end insert 'and Part 2'.

   

Mr Stephen Timms

455

Schedule     22,     page     198,     line     55,     column 2, at end insert—

'paragraph 3(3),
paragraph 14,
paragraph 17,
paragraph 47(a),'.
   

Mr Stephen Timms

456

Schedule     22,     page     199,     line     7,     column 2, at end insert 'paragraph 204(b)'.

   

Mr Stephen Timms

457

Schedule     22,     page     199,     line     8,      column 2, at beginning insert—

'Section 5.
In section 7—

subsection (1)(a)(ii) and (iii),

the word "and" immediately preceding subsection (2)(c), and

subsection (4).'.

   

Mr Stephen Timms

458

Schedule     22,     page     199,     line     9,     column 2, at end insert—

'In section 12(2), the definition of "the 1988 Act".'.
   

Mr Stephen Timms

459

Schedule     22,     page     199,     line     11,     at end insert

'Immigration and Asylum Act 1999 (c.33)In Schedule 14, paragraph 117.'
   

Mr Stephen Timms

461

Schedule     22,     page     199,     line     19,     column 2, after '26,' insert '30,'.

   

Mr Stephen Timms

460

Schedule     22,     page     199,     line     19,     column 2, after 'paragraphs', insert '18,'.

   

Mr Stephen Timms

462

Schedule     22,     page     199,     line     21,     at end insert—

'Criminal Justice and Court Services Act 2000 (c.43)Section 35(5).

In Schedule 7, paragraph 83.'.


NEW CLAUSES

City colleges

   

Mr Stephen Timms

NC5

To move the following Clause:—

    '(1)   This section applies to a school which is known immediately before the coming into force of section 62 as a city technology college or city college for the technology of the arts.

    (2)   If the proprietor of the school and the Secretary of State so agree—

      (a) the agreement made in relation to the school under section 482 of the Education Act 1996 (c.56) as it had effect at the time the agreement was made shall for all purposes be regarded as having been made under that section as substituted by section 62, and

      (b) accordingly, the school shall be known as an Academy.

    (3)   Subject to subsection (2), the agreement made in relation to the school under section 482 of the Education Act 1996 (c.56) as it had effect at the time the agreement was made is not affected by anything in section 62.'.


Education credits
   

Mr Andrew Turner

NC1

To move the following Clause:—

    '(1)   In this section and section 13 "education credit" means the entitlement to a sum of money of a person in circumstances mentioned in subsection (2) and calculated in accordance with subsection (3) which may only be used at an independent school in consideration of the education of a child in respect of whom the credit is provided;

    (2)   Those circumstances are—

      (a) that the person is the parent or guardian of a child of statutory school age;

      (b) that the person has, in respect of the child, expressed and given reasons for a preference as to the school at which he wishes education to be provided for that child;

      (c) that a local authority or governing body has not complied with such preference;

      (d) that the child has been admitted to an independent school or will be admitted subject to the availability of an education credit; and

      (e) that the child has not been educated in an independent school, other than when his parent or guardian is entitled to an education credit, for more than six months in the preceding three years.

    (3)   The education credit shall be calculated each year so far as reasonably practicable to reflect the amount by which the budget share of a school maintained by that local education authority would be adjusted were a child of that age to be admitted to that school;

    (4)   The local education authority shall make arrangements

      (a) to publish information on the value of the education credit for children of each year of statutory school age;

      (b) to pay to each independent school at which a child in receipt of an education credit is educated a sum equivalent to the value of that education credit not more than six months after the child has completed each term at the school.'.

 
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