184In Schedule 1 (pupil referral units)—E+W
(a)in paragraph 6—
(i)for sub-paragraphs (1) and (2) substitute—
“(1)In relation to every pupil referral unit, the local education authority, the management committee (where applicable) and the teacher in charge shall exercise their functions with a view to securing that the curriculum for the unit satisfies the requirements of section 351(1) (balanced and broadly based curriculum).
(2)Regulations may make provision for the determination and organisation of the curriculum in relation to every pupil referral unit, including provision as to making, and keeping up to date, a written statement of the policy in relation to that curriculum for the unit; and such regulations may require—
(a)the local education authority, the management committee (where applicable), or the teacher in charge to exercise, or
(b)such of them as may be prescribed to collaborate with each other in exercising,
such functions in relation to the curriculum as may be prescribed.”, and
(ii)in sub-paragraph (3)(a), for “or under any enactment referred to in sub-paragraph (2)” substitute “ sub-paragraph (1) or (2) ”;
(b)omit paragraphs 12 and 13; and
(c)in paragraph 15(2)(c) omit the words “(including grant-maintained schools)”.
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