HC Deb 30 January 1992 vol 202 cc1182-5

.—(1) The governing body to whom an inspector has reported under this Part of this Schedule shall, before the end of the prescribed period, prepare a written statement ("the additional action plan") of the action which they propose to take in the light of his report and the period within which they propose to take it.

(2) Where an additional action plan has been prepared by a governing body, they shall, before the end of the prescribed period, send copies of it to the person who appoints the school's foundation governors and—

  1. (a) in the case of a voluntary school, to the local education authority, or
  2. (b) in the case of a grant-maintained school, to the Secretary of State,
and to such other persons (if any), in such circumstances, as may be prescribed.

(3) The governing body shall—

  1. (a) make any additional action plan prepared by them available for inspection by members of the public, at such times and at such a place as may be reasonable;
  2. (b)provide a copy of the plan, free of charge or in prescribed cases on payment of the prescribed fee, to any person who asks for one; and
  3. (c) take such steps as are reasonably practicable to secure that every parent of a registered pupil at the 1183 school for whom the school provides denominational education receives a copy of the plan as soon as is reasonably practicable.

(4) Where the governing body of a school have prepared an additional action plan, they shall include in their governors' report a statement of the extent to which the proposals set out in the plan have been carried into effect.

(5) In sub-paragraph (4) "the governors' report" means—

  1. (a) in the case of a voluntary school, the report referred to in section 30 of the Education (No.2) Act 1986; and
  2. (b) in the case of a grant-maintained school, the report referred to in section 58(5)(j) of the Education Reform Act 1988.

(6) Sub-paragraph (4) applies only in relation to the most recent additional action plan for the school in question.'.—[Mr. Kenneth Clarke.]

MR. SPEAKER then, pursuant to the Order, put the remaining Question necessary for the disposal of the business to be concluded at that hour.

Question put, That the Bill be now read the Third time:—

The House divided: Ayes 266, Noes 132.

Division No. 65] [10.22 pm
Adley, Robert Clark, Dr Michael (Rochford)
Aitken, Jonathan Clark, Rt Hon Sir William
Alexander, Richard Clarke, Rt Hon K. (Rushcliffe)
Alison, Rt Hon Michael Colvin, Michael
Allason, Rupert Conway, Derek
Amery, Rt Hon Julian Coombs, Anthony (Wyre F'rest)
Amess, David Coombs, Simon (Swindon)
Amos, Alan Cope, Rt Hon Sir John
Arbuthnot, James Couchman, James
Arnold, Jacques (Gravesham) Cran, James
Arnold, Sir Thomas Currie, Mrs Edwina
Ash by, David Davis, David (Boothferry)
Aspinwall, Jack Devlin, Tim
Atkinson, David Dicks, Terry
Baker, Nicholas (Dorset N) Dorrell, Stephen
Baldry, Tony Dover, Den
Banks, Robert (Harrogate) Durant, Sir Anthony
Batiste, Spencer Eggar, Tim
Bendall, Vivian Emery, Sir Peter
Bennett, Nicholas (Pembroke) Evans, David (Welwyn Hatf'd)
Benyon, W. Fallon, Michael
Bevan, David Gilroy Farr, Sir John
Blackburn, Dr John G. Favell, Tony
Body, Sir Richard Fenner, Dame Peggy
Bonsor, Sir Nicholas Field, Barry (Isle of Wight)
Boscawen, Hon Robert Finsberg, Sir Geoffrey
Boswell, Tim Fishburn, John Dudley
Bottomley, Peter Forth, Eric
Bowden, A. (Brighton K'pto'n) Fox, Sir Marcus
Bowden, Gerald (Dulwich) Freeman, Roger
Bowis, John French, Douglas
Boyson, Rt Hon Dr Sir Rhodes Fry, Peter
Braine, Rt Hon Sir Bernard Gale, Roger
Brazier, Julian Gardiner, Sir George
Bright, Graham Garel-Jones, Rt Hon Tristan
Brooke, Rt Hon Peter Gill, Christopher
Brown, Michael (Brigg & Cl't's) Glyn, Dr Sir Alan
Browne, John (Winchester) Goodlad, Rt Hon Alastair
Buck, Sir Antony Goodson-Wickes, Dr Charles
Budgen, Nicholas Gorman, Mrs Teresa
Burns, Simon Gorst, John
Burt, Alistair Grant, Sir Anthony (CambsSW)
Butler, Chris Green way, Harry (Eating N)
Butterfill, John Gregory, Conal
Carlisle, John, (Luton N) Griffiths, Peter (Portsmouth N)
Carrington, Matthew Grist, Ian
Cash, William Ground, Patrick
Channon, Rt Hon Paul Hague, William
Chapman, Sydney Hamilton, Rt Hon Archie
Chope, Christopher Hamilton, Neil (Tatton)
Churchill, Mr Hampson, Dr Keith
Hanley, Jeremy Page, Richard
Hannam, Sir John Paice, James
Hargreaves, A. (B'ham H'll Gr') Patnick, Irvine
Hargreaves, Ken (Hyndburn) Patten, Rt Hon Chris (Bath)
Harris, David Patten, Rt Hon John
Haselhurst, Alan Pawsey, James
Hawkins, Christopher Peacock, Mrs Elizabeth
Hayes, Jerry Porter, David (Waveney)
Hayhoe, Rt Hon Sir Barney Portillo, Michael
Hayward, Robert Powell, William (Corby)
Heathcoat-Amory, David Price, Sir David
Heseltine, Rt Hon Michael Raffan, Keith
Hicks, Mrs Maureen (Wolv'NE) Raison, Rt Hon Sir Timothy
Hicks, Robert (Cornwall SE) Rathbone, Tim
Higgins, Rt Hon Terence L. Redwood, John
Howarth, Alan (Strat'd-on-A) Rhodes James, Sir Robert
Howarth, G. (Cannock & B'wd) Riddick, Graham
Howe, Rt Hon Sir Geoffrey Ridsdale, Sir Julian
Hughes, Robert G. (Harrow W) Rifkind, Rt Hon Malcolm
Hunt, Rt Hon David Roe, Mrs Marion
Hunt, Sir John (Ravensbourne) Rossi, Sir Hugh
Hunter, Andrew Rost, Peter
Irvine, Michael Rumbold, Rt Hon Mrs Angela
Jack, Michael Ryder, Rt Hon Richard
Jackson, Robert Sainsbury, Rt Hon Tim
Janman, Tim Shaw, David (Dover)
Jessel, Toby Shaw, Sir Giles (Pudsey)
Jones, Gwilym (Cardiff N) Shaw, Sir Michael (Scarb')
Jones, Robert B (Herts W) Shelton, Sir William
Key, Robert Shephard, Mrs G. (Norfolk SW)
Kilfedder, James Shepherd, Colin (Hereford)
King, Roger (B'ham N'thfield) Sims, Roger
King, Rt Hon Tom (Bridgwater) Skeet, Sir Trevor
Kirkhope, Timothy Smith, Tim (Beaconsfield)
Knapman, Roger Soames, Hon Nicholas
Knight, Dame Jill (Edgbaston) Speller, Tony
Knox, David Squire, Robin
Lamont, Rt Hon Norman Steen, Anthony
Latham, Michael Stern, Michael
Lawrence, Ivan Stevens, Lewis
Leigh, Edward (Gainsbor'gh) Stewart, Allan (Eastwood)
Lilley, Rt Hon Peter Stewart, Andy (Sherwood)
Lloyd, Sir Ian (Havant) Stewart, Rt Hon Sir Ian
Lloyd, Peter (Fareham) Sumberg, David
Lord, Michael Tapsell, Sir Peter
Luce, Rt Hon Sir Richard Taylor, Ian (Esher)
Macfarlane, Sir Neil Taylor, Sir Teddy
MacKay, Andrew (E Berkshire) Temple-Morris, Peter
McLoughlin, Patrick Thatcher, Rt Hon Margaret
McNair-Wilson, Sir Patrick Thompson, Sir D. (Calder Vly)
Madel, David Thompson, Patrick (Norwich N)
Malins, Humfrey Thorne, Neil
Mans, Keith Thurnham, Peter
Maples, John Townend, John (Bridlington)
Marlow, Tony Townsend, Cyril D. (B'heath)
Marshall, John (Hendon S) Tracey, Richard
Marshall, Sir Michael (Arundel) Tredinnick, David
Martin, David (Portsmouth S) Twinn, Dr Ian
Maude, Hon Francis Vaughan, Sir Gerard
Mawhinney, Dr Brian Viggers, Peter
Mellor, Rt Hon David Waldegrave, Rt Hon William
Meyer, Sir Anthony Walden, George
Miller, Sir Hal Walker, Bill (T'side North)
Mills, Iain Waller, Gary
Mitchell, Andrew (Gedling) Ward, John
Mitchell, Sir David Wardle, Charles (Bexhill)
Moate, Roger Warren, Kenneth
Monro, Sir Hector Watts, John
Montgomery, Sir Fergus Wells, Bowen
Morris, M (N'hampton S) Wheeler, Sir John
Morrison, Sir Charles Whitney, Ray
Morrison, Rt Hon Sir Peter Widdecombe, Ann
Moss, Malcolm Wiggin, Jerry
Moynihan, Hon Colin Wilkinson, John
Neale, Sir Gerrard Wilshire, David
Nelson, Anthony Winterton, Mrs Ann
Nicholson, Emma (Devon West) Winterton, Nicholas
Norris, Steve Wolfson, Mark
Onslow, Rt Hon Cranley Wood, Timothy
Oppenheim, Phillip Woodcock, Dr. Mike
Yeo, Tim Tellers for the Ayes:
Young, Sir George (Acton) Mr. David Lightbown and
Mr. John M. Taylor.
Anderson, Donald Kinnock, Rt Hon Neil
Archer, Rt Hon Peter Kirkwood, Archy
Ashdown, Rt Hon Paddy Lamond, James
Ashley, Rt Hon Jack Leighton, Ron
Banks, Tony (Newham NW) Litherland, Robert
Barnes, Harry (Derbyshire NE) Livsey, Richard
Barnes, Mrs Rosie (Greenwich) Lloyd, Tony (Stretford)
Battle, John McAvoy, Thomas
Beckett, Margaret McCrea, Rev William
Bellotti, David Macdonald, Calum A.
Benn, Rt Hon Tony McFall, John
Benton, Joseph McLeish, Henry
Bermingham, Gerald McMaster, Gordon
Bidwell, Sydney McNamara, Kevin
Boateng, Paul Madden, Max
Boyes, Roland Maginnis, Ken
Bray, Dr Jeremy Mahon, Mrs Alice
Campbell, Menzies (Fife NE) Marshall, David (Shettleston)
Campbell, Ron (Blyth Valley) Marshall, Jim (Leicester S)
Campbell-Savours, D. N. Martlew, Eric
Cartwright, John Meacher, Michael
Clwyd, Mrs Ann Meale, Alan
Cook, Robin (Livingston) Michael, Alun
Corbyn, Jeremy Michie, Mrs Ray (Arg'l & Bute)
Cousins, Jim Mitchell, Austin (G't Grimsby)
Cox, Tom Molyneaux, Rt Hon James
Crowther, Stan Moonie, Dr Lewis
Cryer, Bob Morgan, Rhodri
Cummings, John Morley, Elliot
Cunliffe, Lawrence Morris, Rt Hon A. (W'shawe)
Cunningham, Dr John Morris, Rt Hon J. (Aberavon)
Darling, Alistair Mowlam, Marjorie
Davis, Terry (B'ham Hodge H'l) Mullin, Chris
Dewar, Donald Murphy, Paul
Dixon, Don Nellist, Dave
Dunnachie, Jimmy O'Brien, William
Dunwoody, Hon Mrs Gwyneth O'Hara, Edward
Eastham, Ken Paisley, Rev Ian
Enright, Derek Primarolo, Dawn
Ewing, Harry (Falkirk E) Redmond, Martin
Fatchett, Derek Robertson, George
Flannery, Martin Robinson, Geoffrey
Flynn, Paul Rooney, Terence
Foster, Derek Sedgemore, Brian
Foulkes, George Short, Clare
Fraser, John Skinner, Dennis
Fyfe, Maria Smith, Andrew (Oxford E)
Galloway, George Smith, C. (Isl'ton & F'bury)
Garrett, John (Norwich South) Smith, Rt Hon J. (Monk'ds E)
George, Bruce Snape, Peter
Golding, Mrs Llin Soley, Clive
Gordon, Mildred Spearing, Nigel
Graham, Thomas Steinberg, Gerry
Grocott, Bruce Straw, Jack
Hain, Peter Taylor, Mrs Ann (Dewsbury)
Hardy, Peter Taylor, Matthew (Truro)
Harman, Ms Harriet Thomas, Dr Dafydd Elis
Haynes, Frank Thompson, Jack (Wansbeck)
Heal, Mrs Sylvia Vaz, Keith
Hoey, Kate (Vauxhall) Wareing, Robert N.
Hogg, N. (C'nauld & Kilsyth) Watson, Mike (Glasgow, C)
Home Robertson, John Williams, Rt Hon Alan
Howarth, George (Knowsley N) Williams, Alan W. (Carm'then)
Hoyle, Doug Wise, Mrs Audrey
Hughes, Simon (Southwark)
Ingram, Adam Tellers for the Noes:
Jones, Martyn (Clwyd S W) Mr. Allen McKay and
Kilfoyle, Peter Mr. Eric Illsley.

Bill accordingly read the Third time, and passed.

Forward to