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3. (1) The School Governance (Federations) (England) Regulations 2007(1) are amended as follows.
(2) For regulation 14(1)(b) (staff governors) substitute—
“(b)a person who—
(i)is elected in accordance with Schedule 3 as a governor by persons who are employed by either the governing body of the federation or the local authority under a contract of employment providing for those persons to work at the federation or at a federated school; and
(ii)is employed by either the governing body of the federation or the local authority under a contract of employment providing for that person to work at the federation or at a federated school at the time of the election referred to in sub-paragraph (i).”
(3) In regulation 17(1) (foundation governors)—
(a)after sub-paragraph (a)(i) omit “and”; and
(b)after sub-paragraph (a)(ii) add—
(iii)would, in the opinion of the person entitled to appoint the foundation governor, be capable of achieving the purposes for which they would be appointed as a foundation governor.”
(4) After regulation 18(2) (partnership governors) add—
“(3) The disqualification criterion in paragraph (2)(d) does not apply in the case of a person who is employed by a local authority in England under a contract of employment providing for the person to work wholly at a school or schools maintained by the local authority .”
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