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After section 33J of the Learning and Skills Act 2000 (c. 21) insert—
(1)The objective of this section is to maximise the availability of courses of study included in a local curriculum formed under section 33A.
(2)In relation to the local curriculum or curricula for a local education authority, the persons mentioned in subsection (4) must take all reasonable steps in order to achieve the objective of this section.
(3)The duty under subsection (2) includes, but is not limited to, a duty to seek to enter into cooperation arrangements where, having considered whether it would further the objective of this section to do so, the persons mentioned in subsection (4) have concluded that entering into such arrangements would further that objective.
(4)The persons are—
(a)the local education authority;
(b)the governing body of a secondary school maintained by the authority; and
(c)the governing body of an institution within the further education sector which is situated within the area of the authority.
(5)In this section and section 33L “co-operation arrangements” means—
(a)arrangements under which any person provides, on behalf of the governing body of a maintained school, a course of study included within the relevant local curriculum for the school;
(b)arrangements under which any person provides, on behalf of the governing body of an institution, a course of study included within the relevant local curriculum for the institution;
(c)arrangements made under regulations under section 26 of the Education Act 2002 (collaboration between schools); and
(d)arrangements made under regulations under section 166 of the Education and Inspections Act 2006 (collaboration arrangements: maintained schools and further education bodies).
(6)For the purposes of this section, “relevant local curriculum” means—
(a)in relation to a maintained school—
(i)where the Welsh Ministers have formed a single local curriculum for the area of the local education authority by which the school is maintained, that local curriculum; or
(ii)where the Welsh Ministers have formed more than one local curriculum for the area of the local education authority by which the school is maintained, the local curriculum in respect of which the school is designated under section 33C(2);
(b)in relation to an institution—
(i)where the Welsh Ministers have formed a single local curriculum for the local education authority area in which the institution is situated, that curriculum; or
(ii)where the Welsh Ministers have formed more than one local curriculum for the local education authority area in which the institution is situated, the local curriculum in respect of which the institution is designated under section 33C(2).”
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