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After section 116C of the Education Act 2002 (c. 32) insert—
(1)A registered pupil of a maintained secondary school has the right to elect to follow, during the fourth key stage, a course or courses of study included within the local curriculum for the pupil’s school. But this is subject to regulations made under subsection (2).
(2)Regulations may make provision as to the making of elections under this section, including in particular provision—
(a)specifying the maximum number of courses of study of a particular type that a pupil has the right to elect to follow;
(b)identifying points to be allotted to courses of study and preventing a pupil from having the right to elect to follow a combination of courses of study if their aggregate points exceed a specified amount;
(c)as to the period during which elections are to be made.”
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