[F1Interpretation of this ChapterN.I.
67A.—(1) In this Chapter “the 2003 Order” means the Education and Libraries (Northern Ireland) Order 2003.
(2) In this Chapter—
(a)references to a school which has a delegated budget are references to a school managed by a Board of Governors to which a board has for the time being delegated the management of the school's budget share in pursuance of the common funding scheme;
(b)the Board of Governors of a school to which the board is required by the scheme to delegate the management of the school's budget share is said to have a right to a delegated budget.
(3) In this Chapter—
“the common funding scheme” means the common funding scheme under Article 3 of the 2003 Order;
“the board”, in relation to a school, means the board for the area in which the school is situated.
(4) References in this Chapter—
(a)to a school's budget share are to be construed in accordance with Article 4(3) of the 2003 Order;
(b)to a relevant school are to be construed in accordance with Article 3(2) of that Order.
(5) The Department may by order subject to affirmative resolution substitute for references in this Chapter to a financial year references to such other period as the Department may determine.
(6) Directions and guidance given by the Department under this Chapter shall—
(a)be in writing; and
(b)be published in such manner as the Department thinks fit.]
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