Change of address to the All Wales Centre of Excellence for Governor Training and Research.
“paragraph 27” has been added.
There has also been a reorganisation of paragraph from 22 to 35.
added “and by The Staffing of Maintained Schools (Wales) (Amendment) Regulations 2009.
added “The Teachers’ Pay and Condition Document which is published annually”.
last bullet point added “ the duty on governors to ensure that the head teacher complies with and benefits from the provisions of the School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Document”.
“Internet advertisement” has been added to this paragraph.
“The Home Office has indicated its intention to review the Vetting and Barring Scheme”. has been added to this paragraph.
states “Schools Admission Code came into force on 15 July 2009”
– slightly amended
states “(see paragraph 2.17 of the Schools Admission Code)”
“(e.g. a fire which has destroyed classroom space)” this has been deleted
– slightly amended
– the last two sentences have been added
– there has been some deletion of text and some new text added in last paragraph.
last sentence now states “ for proposals to transfer a maintained special school from its existing site to another site, public notice must be given except where the transfer is to a site used as the school’s playing fields”.
under the heading “Federation of Governing Bodies of Maintained Schools in Wales”, paragraphs 59 – 68 have been re-written.
. The paragraph now reads “Payment of grant will be made in arrears, following submission of the completed application form (with for PL8), proof of expenditure in the form of a signed receipt from the inspector, and a copy of the denominational inspection report to: Schools Management and Effectiveness Division 5.
small change advising that the measure came into force April 2009.
states “The measure states that the local authority must make suitable travel arrangements to facilitate the attendance of the child each day at the relevant places where the child receives education or training. Care must be exercised to ensure that all learners under the age of 19 who are normally resident within the local authority are have their travel needs assessed by these travel arrangements. This may include young learners at, for example Gypsy Traveller sites”.
“To assist with this, LAs are encouraged to ensure their food suppliers undergo a food hygiene audit carried out by an independent third party auditor. By law, food businesses operators are required to have in place an adequate food safety management system based on the principles of Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point system (HACCP).
slight amendments to paragraphs 58 and 59.
paragraph 68, deleted – At the time of production of this guide, work is ongoing to produce guidance on safer recruitment procedures.
“in Autumn 2010, and issue guidance on its use at the same time.