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English term or phrase:disapply
Spanish translation:eximir
Entered by: Barbara Thomas
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04:22 Mar 2, 2001
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: disapplied URGENTE
Context
Pupils who were sisapplied under section xxx of Education Act
Karina
alumnos exentos según las previsiones de apartado xxx del Acta de Educación
Explanation:
The following reference lists the circumstances in which a child may be disapplied in the English school system. Although disapplication is not exactly the same as exemption (disapplication would be equivalent to obtaining an exemption a posteriori), it is fairly straightforward. However, you may prefer: "alumnos que obtuvieron una exención según las previsiones de apartado xxx del Acta de Educación"

http://www.cafamily.org.uk/educatio.html

All children have a right to the full national curriculum. However, if a child has special needs (with or without the support of a Statement) three sections within the Act allow exclusions from or modifications to the national curriculum. These are as follows:

Section 17: Parts of the curriculum can be modified or the Authority can 'disapply' them in specified general cases or circumstances. (Disapply means that the curriculum can be adjusted if it is inappropriate for the pupil concerned.) The attainment targets and assessment arrangements may also be adjusted as necessary. For example, for a child whose physical disability might put at risk their own or another's safety.


Section 18: Where a child has a Statement, that document can modify or disapply any or all requirements of the national curriculum if inappropriate. This can only be applied after a full assessment of the child's SEN. The Statement should indicate in section 3 any modifications that have been arranged and should outline programmes of study, assessment and testing arrangements. Any amendments must be identified clearly so that no confusion arises if the child changes teacher or school.

Section 19: This allows a headteacher to give a general or special direction to modify or disapply the national curriculum on a temporary basis and for no longer than six months in the first instance.
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Barbara Thomas
United States
Local time: 05:09
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Summary of answers provided
naalumnos exentos según las previsiones de apartado xxx del Acta de Educación
Barbara Thomas
naINHABILITADOS / EXPULSADOS
Bertha S. Deffenbaugh


  

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3 hrs
INHABILITADOS / EXPULSADOS


Explanation:
Saludos, :)

BD

Bertha S. Deffenbaugh
United States
Local time: 03:09
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in pair: 743

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xxxOso
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3 hrs
alumnos exentos según las previsiones de apartado xxx del Acta de Educación


Explanation:
The following reference lists the circumstances in which a child may be disapplied in the English school system. Although disapplication is not exactly the same as exemption (disapplication would be equivalent to obtaining an exemption a posteriori), it is fairly straightforward. However, you may prefer: "alumnos que obtuvieron una exención según las previsiones de apartado xxx del Acta de Educación"

http://www.cafamily.org.uk/educatio.html

All children have a right to the full national curriculum. However, if a child has special needs (with or without the support of a Statement) three sections within the Act allow exclusions from or modifications to the national curriculum. These are as follows:

Section 17: Parts of the curriculum can be modified or the Authority can 'disapply' them in specified general cases or circumstances. (Disapply means that the curriculum can be adjusted if it is inappropriate for the pupil concerned.) The attainment targets and assessment arrangements may also be adjusted as necessary. For example, for a child whose physical disability might put at risk their own or another's safety.


Section 18: Where a child has a Statement, that document can modify or disapply any or all requirements of the national curriculum if inappropriate. This can only be applied after a full assessment of the child's SEN. The Statement should indicate in section 3 any modifications that have been arranged and should outline programmes of study, assessment and testing arrangements. Any amendments must be identified clearly so that no confusion arises if the child changes teacher or school.

Section 19: This allows a headteacher to give a general or special direction to modify or disapply the national curriculum on a temporary basis and for no longer than six months in the first instance.


    Reference: http://www.cafamily.org.uk/educatio.html
Barbara Thomas
United States
Local time: 05:09
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 306

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xxxOso

Bertha S. Deffenbaugh
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