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9.—(1) School information required to be supplied or made available in accordance with regulation 8 must be so supplied or made available in writing in the form of a document to be known as the School Handbook.
(2) In carrying out the duty imposed by paragraph (1), an authority must publish the School Handbook on a website which the authority uses for the purpose of giving information to the public.
(3) Where a parent makes a request to an authority for the School Handbook to be provided—
(a)in a particular form of writing, including in a language other than English; or
(b)in a form other than in writing,
the authority must, if they consider it reasonable to do so, provide the handbook to the parent in that form.
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