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The Education (Teachers) Regulations 1993

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1.—(1) A person shall be a qualified teacher for the purpose of regulation 13 (but subject to regulations 14 to 16)—

(a)if he was qualified to be employed as a teacher on 31st March 1993 by virtue of Schedule 5 to the 1989 Regulations, or

(b)if, the Secretary of State being satisfied on or after 1st April 1993 that he is a person mentioned in paragraph 2 and, if he is a person mentioned in paragraph 2(6) or (7), that the statement submitted by the recommending body or the States of Guernsey Education Council (as the case may be) is correct, he has received written notification from the Secretary of State that he is a qualified teacher,

and in the case of a person receiving written notification under (b) the person shall, subject to sub-paragraphs (2) and (3), be qualified from such date as the Secretary of State may provide in the notification.

(2) The Secretary of State may provide for a person mentioned in paragraph 2 to be a qualified teacher from a date not more than one year prior to the date of notification to the extent that that is appropriate having regard to all the circumstances of the case.

(3) In the case of a person mentioned in paragraph 2(6) or (7), the Secretary of State shall not provide for the person to be a qualified teacher from a date prior to the date on which he completed the period of service as a licensed teacher or overseas trained teacher (as the case may be) specified in the statement of the recommending body or the States of Guernsey Education Council (as the case may be).

(4) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraphs 8(2) and 16(2) of Schedule 2, where the school or any of the schools in which a licensed teacher or overseas trained teacher has been employed has changed its status to another type of school or institution during the period of the licence or authorisation, then for the purpose of paragraph 2(6)—

(a)service in the same post or in the employment of the same local education authority shall constitute service as a licensed teacher or overseas trained teacher;

(b)any successor to the recommending body on whose recommendation the Secretary of State granted the licence or authorisation may act as the recommending body.

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