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3(1)If on the day specified for the purposes of section 7(5) of this Act premises are used for the purposes of an approved school, then during the period (in this Schedule referred to, in relation to an approved school, as “the interim period”) beginning immediately after that day and ending on the day on which the school ceases to be an approved school (whether by virtue of a section 46 order or otherwise) those premises may be used for the accommodation and maintenance of children in the care of local authorities.E+W
(2)If during the interim period the premises of an approved school are used for the accommodation and maintenance of children in the care of a local authority then, during that period,
(a)any reference in section 21(1) or section 31 of this Act to a community home includes a reference to those premises; and
(b)for the reference in section 18(1)(c) of the M1Criminal Justice Act 1961 (directions of Secretary of State as to management of approved schools) to persons under the care of the managers there shall be substituted a reference to the children in the care of local authorities who are accommodated and maintained in those premises.
(3)At the request of the managers of an approved school the Secretary of State may, at any time during the interim period, give a direction—
(a)that so much as may be specified in the direction of any rules made under paragraph 1(1) of Schedule 4 to the Act of 1933 (approved school rules) and of any rules made by the managers and approved by him under paragraph 1(2) of that Schedule shall no longer apply in relation to that school; and
(b)that, in place of those rules, so much as may be specified in the direction of any regulations made under section 43 of this Act shall apply, subject to such adaptations and modifications as may be so specified, in relation to the approved school as if it were a community home.
(4)If the effect of the application, by a direction under sub-paragraph (3) above, of any provision of regulations made under section 43 of this Act in relation to an approved school would be to impose any duty or confer any power on a local authority in relation to that school, the Secretary of State shall not give a direction applying that provision except with the consent of the local authority concerned.
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