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Q: describe how laws and codes of practice promote pupil wellbeing and achievement
A: Laws and codes of practice that promote pupil well-being and achievement: 1) EVERY CHILD MATTERS In 2003, the Government issued Every Child Matters with the aim of protecting and promoting the well-being of all children, [ and of supporting their families: 2) DUTY TO SAFEGUARD AND PROMOTE CHILDREN?S WELFARE The duty to safeguard children and promote children?s welfare (Education Act 2002,
section 175) came into force in June 2004. It applies to LEAs and governing bodies of maintained schools and FE institutions. There is a similar duty on independent schools (including Academies and CTCs) (s.157, and the Education (Independent Schools Standards) (England) Regulations 2003 as amended). 3) DUTY TO PROMOTE ACHIEVEMENT OF LOOKED-AFTER CHILDREN The DfES consulted on draft statutory guidance on the duty to promote the achievement of looked-after children (Children Act 2004). This duty is designed to ensure that local authorities take account of the educational implications of decisions they take about the welfare of children they are responsible for ? i.e. those in public care subject to a care order, and those being accommodated. 5) EDUCATION OF CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE IN PUBLIC CARE The DoH guidance referred to above (Local Authority Circular 2000(13)) makes recommendations about the roles of LEAs and social services, including that they should: ]
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