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1. The training in management skills of school teachers and those employed in schools as secretaries, bursars and in other administrative capacities.
2. The development, provision and appraisal of support and training for school governors.
3.—(a) Support and training for the preparation and implementation in England of schemes for financing county and voluntary schools made under section 33 of the Education Reform Act 1988(1); and
(b)support for the administration of such schemes.
4. The training of head teachers as mentors.
5. Support and training for the implementation of school teacher appraisal procedures in accordance with the requirements of the regulations currently in force under section 49 of the Education (No.2) Act 1986(2).
6. Support for schools to implement the requirements of Chapter I of Part I of the Education Reform Act 1988 relating to the basic curriculum (as defined in section 2 of that Act) including sex education (when the amendment to section 2 of that Act by section 241 of the Education Act 1993 comes into force), and collective worship by—
(a)the provision of training and support for teachers and other persons employed by schools, and
(b)the provision of books and equipment.
7. The implementation in schools of the arrangements for assessing pupils in relation to National Curriculum attainment targets under Chapter I of Part I of the Education Reform Act 1988.
8. The further training of teachers employed in primary schools and special schools who specialise in any National Curriculum foundation subjects (within the meaning of section 3(1) and (2) of the Education Reform Act 1988(3)).
9. The development of the use of information technology for teaching and learning in schools by the provision of information technology equipment, staff and support for training.
10. The training and further training of teachers of children with special educational needs employed in maintained schools and in special schools which are not maintained by an education authority.
11. The initial training of educational psychologists.
12. Promoting co-operation in the education of pupils who are both blind and deaf between education authorities, schools and other interested bodies.
13.—(a) The training as teachers of students studying for the Postgraduate Certificate in Education under arrangements made with an education authority for their training in schools in England maintained by the authority and known as the “Articled Teachers Scheme”; and
(b)the provision of discretionary awards under section 2 of the Education Act 1962(4) paid as bursaries to students participating in the Articled Teachers Scheme referred to in sub-paragraph (a).
14.—(a) The training of persons licensed to teach (within the meaning of regulations made under section 218 of the Education Reform Act 1988) and overseas trained teachers, to enable them to become qualified teachers; and
(b)support for qualified teachers who are newly qualified.
15. Support and training for teachers in preparation for the introduction in schools of vocational courses leading to General National Vocational Qualifications.
16. Action to improve rates of attendance in schools.
17. The improvement of provision for pupils whose behaviour poses difficulties for schools, and of support services for schools in dealing with such pupils.
18. The training of persons employed by education authorities or by the governing bodies of voluntary aided schools as youth and community workers.
19. Support and training for governors of maintained schools, and in Wales only for those employed in such schools as teachers and in other capacities, in developing policies for pupils with special educational needs.
20. The provision of information and advisory services for parents of children with special educational needs in England.
21. Support, equipment and training for the teaching of mathematics, science and technology in technology colleges in England.
22. Assistance with administrative expenses incurred in connection with the introduction of a new method of determining annual maintenance grant for grant-maintained schools known as the “common funding formula”.
23. Support for the provision in schools in Wales of health education for young persons under the age of 20.
24. The training of teachers in Wales to teach in Welsh subjects required to be taught under the National Curriculum (as defined in section 2 of the Education Reform Act 1988).
25. The provision in Wales of open learning centres to provide tuition for adults in literacy, numeracy and related communication skills.
26. The improvement of the planning and co-ordination of educational provision for children aged under 5 made by education authorities and other bodies in Wales.
27. Help for schools in Wales to offer courses leading to vocational qualifications to pupils of the age of 16 years and above.
28. Projects in Wales to encourage the integration of pupils with special educational needs into schools that are not special schools.
29. Projects to improve levels of literacy in families in Wales by encouraging parents to assist their children with learning to read and write.
30. Support and training for schools in Wales which are required to implement an agreed syllabus for religious education that has been reconsidered under paragraphs 12 and 13 of the Fifth Schedule to the Education Act 1944(5).
31. Support and training for teachers to introduce modular approaches to courses leading to General Certificate of Education advanced level and advanced supplementary examinations in schools in Wales.
32. Support for project in primary schools in Wales to improve reading standards in English and Welsh.
33. Training in Wales for teachers and other persons employed by education authorities to work in maintained schools with children under the age of 5.
Secretary of State for Education
3rd March 1994
Secretary of State for Wales
6th March 1994
Section 33 was amended by section 12(5) of the Further and Higher Education Act 1992.
Section 49 was amended by Schedule 12 to the Education Reform Act 1988 and by paragraph 23 of Schedule 8 to the Further and Higher Education Act 1992; the regulations currently in force under this section are the Education (School Teacher Appraisal) Regulations 1991(S.I.1991/1511).
Section 3(2) was amended by the Education (National Curriculum) (Foundation Subjects at Key Stage 4) Order 1992 (S.I.1992/1548).
Paragraphs 12 and 13 were substituted by Schedule 1 to the Education Reform Act 1988.From a date to be appointed paragraph 12 will be substituted by section 256 of the Education Act 1993, and paragraph 13 will be amended by section 259 of the Act.
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