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(1)The headteacher of a public school must at least once a year report–
(a)to any Parent Council established for the school,
(b)if a Combined Parent Council has been established for schools which comprise the school, to the Combined Parent Council, or
(c)if no Parent Council or Combined Parent Council has been so established, to the Parent Forum,
evaluating the performance of the school and stating what the headteacher’s objectives and ambitions for the school are.
(2)Without prejudice to the generality of subsection (1), the headteacher is, in making the report, to have regard to–
(a)the school’s development plan and in particular the objectives for the school which the plan sets and the statement of ambitions for the school which it contains,
(b)the report most recently prepared under section 6(4) of the Standards in Scotland’s Schools etc. Act 2000 (asp 6) (report as to what has been done, over a period of twelve months, in implementation of that plan),
(c)the measures and standards of performance defined and published most recently under section 7(1) of that Act (review of school performance), and
(d)the equal opportunity requirements.
(3)The report under subsection (1) is to be made in whatever way the council or forum reported to may reasonably request and a summary of it is to be prepared by the headteacher.
(4)The headteacher is to secure that each member of the Parent Forum receives a copy of that summary.
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