Children, Schools and Families Bill/Amendments to Section 19D of Schedule 1

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Current wording of Section 19B[edit]

19D Duration of registration


(1) Subsection (2) applies if a parent of a child has made an application to a local authority in England, in the prescribed manner, for the child’s details to be entered on their home education register.
(2) The child is to be treated for the purposes of this Act as being registered on the register throughout the registration period; and references in this Act to a child being registered on an authority’s home education register are to be interpreted accordingly.
(3) The registration period begins with the date on which the application for entry of the child’s details on the register is received by the authority.
(4) Subject to subsection (5), the registration period ends—
(a) where the authority give notice to the child’s parent under section 19B(5)(a), with the expiry of the period of 12 months starting with the date of the notice;
(b) where the authority give notice to the child’s parent under section 19B(5)(b) or (c), with the date of the notice.
(5) If before the end of the period mentioned in subsection (4)(a)—
(a) the authority give notice to the child’s parent under section 19F(3), or
(b) the child ceases to be of compulsory school age,
the registration period ends with the date of the notice or (as the case may be) with the date on which the child ceases to be of compulsory school age.

Proposed amendment 1[edit]

Section 19D(1) Replace "made an application to" with "notified"

Proposed amendment 2[edit]

Section 19D(3) Replace "application" with "notification"

Proposed amendment 3[edit]

Section 19D(4)(a) After the comma, replace with "when the parents notify the authority that the registration is no longer required because the child is attending school"

Proposed amendment 4[edit]

Section 19D(4)(b) replace with "where a court has determined that registration should be revoked and a school attendance order applied".

How Section 19D would look when amended[edit]

19D Duration of registration


(1) Subsection (2) applies if a parent of a child has notified a local authority in England, in the prescribed manner, for the child’s details to be entered on their home education register.
(2) The child is to be treated for the purposes of this Act as being registered on the register throughout the registration period; and references in this Act to a child being registered on an authority’s home education register are to be interpreted accordingly.
(3) The registration period begins with the date on which the notification for entry of the child’s details on the register is received by the authority.
(4) Subject to subsection (5), the registration period ends—
(a) where the authority give notice to the child’s parent under section 19B(5)(a), when the parents notify the authority that the registration is no longer required because the child is attending school;
(b) where a court has determined that registration should be revoked and a school attendance order applied.
(5) If before the end of the period mentioned in subsection (4)(a)—
(a) the authority give notice to the child’s parent under section 19F(3), or
(b) the child ceases to be of compulsory school age,
the registration period ends with the date of the notice or (as the case may be) with the date on which the child ceases to be of compulsory school age.

Links[edit]

Children Schools and Families Bill

Explanatory notes for Amendments

Amendments to Section 19B of Schedule 1

Amendments to Section 19C of Schedule 1

Amendments to Section 19D of Schedule 1

Amendments to Section 19E of Schedule 1

Amendments to Section 19F of Schedule 1

Amendments to Section 19G of Schedule 1

Amendments to Section 19H of Schedule 1

Amendments to Section 19I of Schedule 1

Proposed new Section 19J of Schedule 1

Amendments to Section 437 of EA 1996

Amendments to Section 442 of EA 1996

Amendments to Section 443 of EA 1996

Amendments to Section 176 of EA 2002

Wish-list for Amendments

Discussion on Amendments