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Children and families bill : amendments to be moved in grand committee (supplementary to the marshalled list)

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Abstract

33529_PG43.fm HL Bill 32—I(b) 55/3 Children and Families Bill AMENDMENTS TO BE MOVED IN GRAND COMMITTEE [Supplementary to the Marshalled List] Clause 27 LORD LOW OF DALSTON Page 22, line 12, at end insert— “( ) If the education and care provision referred to in subsection (1)(a) and (b) is deemed insufficient to meet the needs of children and young people under subsection (2), a local authority must— (a) publish these findings; (b) involve those consulted in subsection (3) in producing an action plan to revise the education and care provision referred to in subsection (1)(a) and (b); (c) review and report on progress against its action plan; (d) revise the local offer accordingly. ( ) Regulations must make provision about— (a) criteria to be used by local authorities in assessing whether the education and care provision referred to in subsection (1)(a) and (b) is sufficient under subsection (2); (b) the information to be included in an authority’s action plan; (c) how an authority is to involve children, young people and families in the production of, and assessment of progress against, its action plan; (d) imposing time limits on implementing the revision of the education and care provision referred to in subsection (1)(a) and (b) deemed insufficient.” Children and Families Bill2 After Clause 47 LORD TOUHIG Insert the following new Clause— “Change of residence (1) This section applies where— (a) a local authority (the “sending authority”) maintains an education, health and care plan for a child or young person, and (b) another local authority (the “receiving authority”) is notified by the child’s parent or the young person that they intend to move residence to the receiving authority’s area. (2) Where the sending authority is notified by the child’s parent or the young person that they intend to move residence it must provide the receiving authority with a copy of the education, health and care plan. (3) The receiving authority must—

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