HC Deb 04 November 1918 vol 110 c1831

(1) If a teacher in receipt of an annual superannuation allowance is again employed as a teacher in a Grant-aided school, the allowance shall cease as from the date on which he becomes so employed, without prejudice, however, to the power of the Board under this Act to grant to him subsequently a fresh annual superannuation allowance.


I beg to move, to leave out the words "a Grant-aided school," and to insert instead thereof the words "recognised service."

This Amendment is consequential upon the admission of non-Grant-aided schools to recognised service. The Clause deals with the case of teachers who have received an annual superannuation allowance, probably on the ground of disablement, but afterwards recover and return to full-time service. It is obvious that their allowance should then be stopped, and in order to cover the new case of non-Grant-aided service it is necessary to use wider terms than appear in the Bill at present.

Amendment agreed to.