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The Education (School Curriculum and Related Information) (Wales) Regulations 1991

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(1) Every education authority shall furnish the governing body and the headteacher of every county, voluntary and special school maintained by them (other than a special school established in a hospital) with an up-to-date copy of any written statement made by them under section 17 of the 1986 Act (statement of policy in relation to secular curriculum).

(2) The governing body of every county, controlled and maintained special school (other than a special school established in a hospital) shall furnish the headteacher and the education authority with an up-to-date copy of any written statement made by them in pursuance of provision made under section 18(1) of the 1986 Act (statement of conclusions as to the aims of the secular curriculum for the school and how (if at all) the education authority’s policy should be modified).

(3) The governing body of every aided school shall, where they have made any written statement of their policy as to the secular curriculum for the school, furnish a copy of it to the headteacher and to the education authority.

(4) (a) The governing body of every grant-maintained school shall make and keep up-to-date a written statement of what, in their opinion, should be the aims of the secular curriculum for the school, including a statement concerning their view as to the question of whether sex education should form part of the secular curriculum for the school and, if so, of their policy with regard to the content and organisation of the relevant part of the curriculum.

(b)A copy of the statement required by sub-paragraph (a) shall be furnished by the governing body to the headteacher of the Secretary of State.

(5) Every headteacher to whom any copy of a statement is furnished under this regulation shall make it available, at all reasonable times, to persons wishing to inspect them.

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