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The School and Early Years Finance (England) Regulations 2018

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PART 3Other Central Education Expenditure

Asset management

14.  Expenditure in connection with education functions in relation to the following areas of expenditure—

(a)management of the authority’s capital programme including preparation and review of an asset management plan and negotiation and management of private finance transactions; and

(b)landlord responsibilities of the authority (including in relation to land leased to academies),

which is not within the description of expenditure at paragraph 77.

Strategic management

15.  Expenditure on education functions related to—

(a)functions of the director of children’s services and the personal staff of the director;

(b)planning for the education service as a whole;

(c)authorisation and monitoring of expenditure which is not met from the budget shares of schools maintained by the authority, and all related financial administration;

(d)the formulation and review of the methods of allocating resources to schools maintained by the authority, and other bodies;

(e)internal audit and other tasks necessary for the discharge of the authority’s chief finance officer’s responsibilities under section 151 of the Local Government Act 1972(1) in so far as the responsibilities do not relate to maintained schools; and

(f)the preparation and review of plans involving collaboration with other local authority services or with public or voluntary bodies.

Other functions

16.  Expenditure arising from the authority’s functions under Chapter 2 of Part 6 of the 1996 Act (school attendance).

17.  Expenditure in connection with the authority’s functions in relation to the standing advisory council on religious education constituted by the authority under section 390 of the 1996 Act(2) or on the reconsideration and preparation of an agreed syllabus of religious education in accordance with Schedule 31 to the 1996 Act.

18.  Expenditure in connection with powers and duties performed under Part 2 of the Children and Young Persons Act 1933(3) (enforcement of, and power to make byelaws in relation to, restrictions on the employment of children).

19.  Expenditure in relation to consultation and functions preparatory to consultation with or by governing bodies, pupils, or with other interested bodies in connection with education functions, which is not within the description of expenditure at paragraph 67 of this Schedule.

20.  Expenditure on the authority’s functions in relation to the exclusion of pupils from schools.

21.  Expenditure in relation to provision of information to or at the request of the Crown and the provision of other information which the authority is under a duty to make available, which is not within the description of expenditure at paragraph 69 of this Schedule.

22.  Expenditure on education functions related to revenue budget preparation, preparation of information on income and expenditure relating to education for incorporation into the authority’s annual statement of accounts, and the external audit of grant claims and returns relating to education, that is not within the description of expenditure at paragraph 74 of this Schedule.

23.  Expenditure in connection with the authority’s duty under regulation 9A of the School Information (England) Regulations 2008(4).

(2)

Section 390 was amended by section 140(1) of, and paragraph 93 of Schedule 20 to, the 1998 Act.

(4)

SI. 2008/ 3093. Regulation 9A was inserted by S.I. 2017/37.

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