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The Children (Performances and Activities) (Scotland) Regulations 2014

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Chaperone discretion

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29.—(1) A chaperone may allow a child to take part in a performance for a period not exceeding 30 minutes immediately following the latest permitted hour provided that—

(a)the total number of hours during which the child takes part in a performance or rehearsal, including that period of 30 minutes, does not exceed the maximum number of hours permitted under regulations 19 to 21;

(b)the chaperone is satisfied that the wellbeing of the child will not be adversely affected; and

(c)the chaperone is satisfied that the situation requiring the child to take part in a performance after the latest permitted hour arose in circumstances outside the control of the licence holder.

(2) Where the chaperone allows a child to take part in a performance after the latest permitted hour, the licence holder must ensure that the chaperone notifies the licensing authority no later than the following day and provides the reason for that decision.

(3) A chaperone may allow one of the meal breaks required under regulation 20 or 21 to be reduced where the child is taking part in a performance or rehearsal outdoors, provided that—

(a)the duration of the meal break is not less than 30 minutes; and

(b)the maximum number of hours during which the child may take part in a performance or rehearsal under regulation 20 or 21 is not exceeded.

(4) In this regulation “latest permitted hour” in relation to a child means the latest hour at which that child may be present at the place of performance or rehearsal under regulations 19 to 21.

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