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Diocesan Boards of Education Measure 1991

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2 Functions of Board.E

(1)The functions of the Board shall be—

(a)to promote or assist in the promotion of education in the diocese, being education which is consistent with the faith and practice of the Church of England;

(b)to promote or assist in the promotion of religious education and religious worship in schools in the diocese;

(c)to promote or assist in the promotion of church schools in the diocese and to advise the governors of such schools and trustees of church educational endowments and any other body or person concerned on any matter affecting church schools in the diocese;

(d)to promote cooperation between the Board and bodies or persons concerned in any respect with education in the diocese;

(e)the functions assigned to the Board by this Measure; and

(f)such other functions not contrary to this Measure as are assigned to the Board by the diocesan synod, other than functions relating to church schools or church educational endowments.

(2)The Board shall have power to do all such things as are incidental or conducive to the discharge of its functions.

(3)The Board shall make to the diocesan synod, as soon as may be after the end of each year, a report on the exercise of its functions since the last report or (in the case of the first) since the Board’s establishment.

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I1S. 2 fully in force at 1.8.1991 see s. 13(3) andArchbishops' Instrument dated 26.7.1991

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