Repealed by Children’s Act, Cap 141




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FIFTH SCHEDULE

(r.7)


FORM A

FORM OF APPLICATION FOR APPOINTMENT OF A CHILDREN'S OFFICER

1. Name of Council or Councils........................................................
an appointed local authority within the meaning of section 58 (1) of the Children and Young Persons Act desires to appoint or have appointed the undermentioned person to be a Children's Officer within the meaning of section 54 (2) of the Act.

2. Name of officer.........................................................................

3. Age............................................................................................

4. Nationality and tribe....................................................................

5. Present occupation.....................................................................

6. General education attained...........................................................

7. Professional or technical training..................................................

8. Single, married or widowed........................................................

9. Number of children: Boys................. Girls...................... Total

10. Religion (if any) and whether practised........................................

11. Vernacular...............................................................................

12. Other languages spoken (give details).......................................


......................................................................................................

13. Previous convictions, if any (give details of offences).................


......................................................................................................

14. Any other relevant information...................................................


......................................................................................................
15. Name...................................................................................

Designation............................................................................

Signature..............................................................................

16. Full postal address ..................................................................


.....................................................................................................

Date.........................................


FORM B
FORM OF APPLICATION FOR APPOINTMENT OF APPROVED OFFICERS

1. Name of Society.......................................................................

a society approved within the meaning of section 63 (1) of the Children and Young Persons Act desires to appoint, or have appointed, the undermentioned person to be an Approved Officer within the meaning of section 64 (1) of the Act.

2. Name of officer.........................................................................

3. Age..........................................................................................

4. Nationality and tribe..................................................................

5. Present occupation...................................................................

6. General education attained.......................................................

7. Professional or technical training..............................................

8. Single married or widowed....................................................

9. Number of children: Boys...... Girls.............. Total................

10. Religion (if any) and whether practised ..................................
....................................................................................................
11. Vernacular ............................................................................
12. Other languages spoken (give details) .....................................
.......................................................................................................
13. Previous convictions, if any (give details of offences) ................
.....................................................................................................
14. Any other relevant information ................................................
......................................................................................................
15. Name...................................................................................

Designation............................................................................

Signature ..............................................................................

16. Full portal address....................................................................


......................................................................................................

Date............................. 


SIXTH SCHEDULE

(r. 8)
CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION OF AN APPROVED SCHOOL

THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT -
Name of School.............................................................................
......................................................................................................
Managed by...................................................................................
......................................................................................................
Postal address ..............................................................................
......................................................................................................
being a registered school under the Education Act (Cap. 211), is hereby declared to be an approved school and registered under section 37 (1) of the Children and Young Persons Act.
Registration Number...................................................................

Gazette Notice Number................................................................

Date.....................................

Dated this ........................... day of ................................. 19....



Minister for Home Affairs.
SEVENTH SCHEDULE

(r. 9)


FORM A
CERTIFICATE OF AN APPOINTED LOCAL AUTHORITY

THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT -

Name of Council or Councils .........................................................
.....................................................................................................
Postal address or addresses .........
.....................................................................................................
being a local authority or local authorities is/are hereby appointed to exercise the aforesaid functions of an appointed local authority under section 58 (1) of the Children and Young Persons Act.

Dated this.......................... day of ................................, 19....



Minister for Home Affairs.
SEVENTH SCHEDULE

(r. 9)
FORM B


CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION OF AN APPROVED SOCIETY, INSTITUTION OR CHILDREN'S HOME

THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT - .

Name of Society or Institution .......................................................
.......................................................................................................
of [registered office or location]..................................................
.......................................................................................................
Postal address................................................................................
.......................................................................................................
being a voluntary society/institution/children's home is hereby registered under section 63 (1) of the Children and Young Persons Act.

Registration Number.............................. Date...............................

Dated this ............................... day of .............................., 19......

Minister for Home Affairs.


EIGHTH SCHEDULE

(r. 10)
CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION OF INSTITUTIONS, CHILDREN'S HOMES, NURSERIES, BOARDING-OUT ESTABLISHMENTS, HOLIDAY HOMES, PLACES OF SAFETY AND SIMILAR INSTITUTIONS ESTABLISHED BY COUNCILS OR NON-REGISTERED BODIES IN THE AREAS OF LOCAL AUTHORITIES UNDER SECTION 76 (e) OF THE ACT


THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT -

Name of Institution..........................................................................


Location.........................................................................................
Established by.................................................................................
Managed by [local authority] .......................................................
being [type of services rendered] ....................................................

is HEREBY REGISTERED under section 76 (e) of the Children and Young Persons Act.

Registration Number.................................. Date............................

Dated this .................................... day of ......................, 19....




Minister for Home Affairs.
NINTH SCHEDULE

(r. 11)


WARRANT OF AUTHORITY

The bearer.......................................................................................

being a duly appointed (office) ..........................................................
under sections 54 (1), (2) or 64 (1) of the Children and Young Persons Act is hereby duly authorized to exercise the powers conferred by section 56 of the said Act.

Dated this............................. day of .........................., 19....




Minister for Home Affairs.

[L.N 229/1966]


THE CHILDREN AND YOUNG PERSONS (BOARDING-OUT) REGULATIONS
1. These Regulations may be cited as the Children and Young Persons (Boarding-Out) Regulations.
2. In these Regulations, except where the context otherwise requires -
"boarding-out means the placing of a foster child with a foster parent;
"foster child" means; child, juvenile or young person committed to the care of an appointed local authority or approved society as a fit person under the provisions of the Act;
"foster parent "means persons or a person with whom a foster child is for the time being or is proposed to be boarded-out; and
"visitor" means the chief inspector or inspectors of children and children's officers appointed under section 54 (1) of the Act, or any person who is appointed by an appointed local authority' or approved society for the purpose of assisting the appointed local authority or approved society in the performance of its functions under these Regulations and in particular, of exercising supervision over foster children and arranging for boarding them out.
3. An appointed local authority or approved society shall, except as hereinafter provided, make arrangements for every person committed to its care to be boarded-out as soon as possible with a suitable foster parent and if within three months of the committal of any person to its care he has not been boarded-out, the appointed local authority or approved society shall report forthwith to the chief inspector of children the reasons therefor and apply for his consent to the making of alternative arrangements.
4. A foster child shall not be boarded-out or be allowed to remain boarded-out -
(a) with a person who has at any time been convicted of an offence which renders him unfit to be a foster parent, or
(b) in any environment which is likely to be detrimental to the child.
5. Before a foster child is boarded-out, the appointed local authority or approved society shall arrange for him to be examined by a medical practitioner and shall obtain from the medical practitioner a certificate as to his physical health and mental condition and his suitability for boarding-out.
6. (1) An appointed local authority or approved society shall require a foster parent to sign in triplicate an agreement in respect of a foster child boarded-out with him in the form in the Schedule to these Regulations or in a form to the like effect.
(2) The said agreement shall be kept by the appointed local authority or approved society as the case may be, and a copy thereof shall be left with the foster parent and a further copy shall be sent to the chief inspector of children.
7. A foster child shall not be boarded-out, or be allowed to remain boarded-out, with a foster parent who is a party to any contract conferring benefit on him under n insurance policy in the event of the illness or death of the child.
8. An appointed local authority or approved society shall, where possible, board-out a foster child with a foster parent who either is of the same religious persuasion as the foster child or who gives undertaking that he will be brought up in that religious persuasion.
9. No foster child shall be boarded-out unless the proposed foster parent and the home where the foster child will live have been visited by a visitor who, being in possession of full information about the child, has made due inquiry and furnished a report in writing to the appointed local authority or the approved society stating in particular whether -
(a) the proposed foster parent is of good reputation;
(b) he is in a position to take proper care of the child:
(c) the sleeping and living accommodation and other domestic conditions are satisfactory; and
(d) the home is likely to suit the particular needs of the foster child.
10. (1) The appointed local authority or approved society shall ensure that a visitor sees the foster child and visits the home of the foster parent -
(a) within one month of his being placed in the home and there-after as often as may be necessary, not being less than once in every two months;
(b) if a foster parent changes his address, within one month of the receipt by the local authority or approved society of notice of the new address:
Provided that, where a foster child is over nine years of age and has been continuously for not less than two years in the same foster home, which is providing suitably for his needs, the appointed local authority or approved society may decide to reduce the number of periodical visits to not less than one in every three months.
(2) The appointed local authority or approved society shall require the visitor to make a report after every visit to a foster child as to the condition of the home (including the sleeping and living accommodation) and any complaints made by or concerning the foster child and whether the home appears to him to be suitable for the foster child.
11. (1) The appointed local authority or approved society may remove a foster child from his foster home if he is no longer suitably placed in that home. (2) Where conditions in the home are found to be seriously detrimental to the health, safety or morals of a foster child, the visitor shall have the power to withdraw the child immediately from the home.
12. (1) The appointed local authority or approved society shall ensure that a foster child is examined by a medical practitioner within one month after being boarded-out and thereafter at least once every year, and arrangements shall be made by the appointed local authority or approved society to obtain from the medical practitioner after each such examination a written report on the physical health and mental condition of the foster child.
(2) An appointed local authority or approved society shall provide adequate facilities for a foster child who is boarded-out to receive medical and dental attention as required.
(3) The appointed local authority or approved society shall require a foster parent to report to it all cases of serious illness or accident to a foster child and to summon a medical practitioner immediately in all such cases.
13. In the event of the death of a foster child the appointed local authority or approved society shall arrange for a decent and proper burial of the foster child, and a report to that effect shall be submitted forthwith to the chief inspector of children.
14. (1) In the case of a foster child who is above school age, the appointed local authority or approved society shall endeavour to make arrangements in consultation with the foster parent and the foster child with a view to placing him in suitable employment or training, and where the child cannot conveniently continue to be boarded-out with the foster parent, the appointed local authority or approved society shall arrange for him to reside in a suitable hostel or lodging, except where he is placed in residential employment or training.
(2) Where a foster child has been placed in employment or training, the appointed local authority or approved society shall arrange that a visitor shall visit him within one month of his taking up employment or training and thereafter, as often as may be necessary, not being less than once in every two months.
15. An appointed local authority or approved society may and when required by the Minister shall, appoint an officer to act as a visitor for the purpose of assisting the appointed local authority or approved society in the performance of their functions under these Regulations and, in particular, of visiting foster children.
16. Before an appointed local authority boards-out a foster child t a home outside the appointed local authority's area, the appointed local authority shall notify to the appointed local authority in whose area the home is situated -
(a) the address of the proposed home at which the foster child will boarded-out; and
(b) whether or not they themselves will exercise supervision over the foster child.
17. (1) An appointed local authority or approved society shall keep a written record containing the particulars specified in paragraphs (2) and (3) of this regulation of all foster children received into their care and of any with respect to whom they have undertaken super-vision under regulation 16 of the e Regulations, and shall forward a copy of the record to the chief inspector of children.
(2) The particulars to be entered in the case of every such foster child are his name, sex, date of birth or age, his religious persuasion the name and address of the authority by whom he is boarded-out, the dates on which boarding-out on each occasion begins and ceases and the reason why it ceases.
(3) There shall also be so entered -
(a) in the case of a foster child in respect of whom arrangements have been made under regulation 16 of these Regulations, a note of those arrangements;
(b) in the case of a foster child in me care of an appointed local authority boarded-out by an approved society, the name of e case authority; and
(c) in the case of a foster child boarded-out by an approved society in relation to whom the appointed local authority are performing supervisory duties, a note of that fact.
(4) An appointed local authority or approved society who actually exercises supervision over a foster child and the foster parent, shall keep a written record as to the date of every visit to the foster child and the foster parent.
(5) Every written record kept under this regulation shall be preserved for at least five years after every foster child particulars about whom are entered therein has or would have attained the age of eighteen years, and shall be open to inspection at all reasonable times by any person duly authorized in that behalf by the Minister
18. (1) An appointed local authority or approved society to whose care a foster child has been committed, shall arrange for a review by an appropriate committee of the welfare, conduct, health and progress of every child who is boarded-out by them from the dale on which the child was first committed to its care and shall further arrange for reviews at intervals of not more than once every six months.
(2) A note of the committee's consideration shall be entered in the record of each foster child.
19. (1) An appointed local authority or approved society shall furnish to the Minister or to any of his officers appointed under section 54 (1) of the Act, when so required, information regarding foster children committed to its care or under its supervision.
(2) Any foster child may 'be visited at any time by an inspector of children or a children's officer and records of an appointed local authority or approved society pertaining to the foster child shall be made available to them for inspection.
20. Where in the opinion of an appointed local authority or approved society it is desirable, having regard to the special circum- stances of a case, that the provisions of one or more of these Regulations should not apply, the Minister may, on application being made in that behalf, permit the appointed local authority or approved society to make different arrangements.
SCHEDULE

(r.6 (1))


AGREEMENT OF FOSTER PARENT
1. We/I............................................... of .................................... do hereby agree with the.............. of .................................................... that -
(a) we/I will receive............................................................ (name of
foster child) into our/my home and feed, clothe and look after him and bring him up as carefully and kindly as we/I would a child of our/my own;
(b) we/I will help him to become a good citizen, send him to school/employment and to his church (chapel) and arrange for recreation suited to his age;
(c) we/I will look after his health and consult the doctor whenever he is ill, and in the event of his serious illness or accident we/I will also notify the appointed local authority approved society immediately;
(d) well will provide for the cleaning, mending and replacement of his clothing and its proper care;
(e) we/I will at all times permit any persons authorized by the chief inspector of children or by the appointed local authority/approved society to see the child, and his home and clothing, and we/I will attend to the advice of any such persons;
(f) we/I will allow him to be removed from our/my home when required by any persons so authorized, and
(g) we/I will notify the appointed local authority/approved society within two weeks if we/I change our/my address.
2. We /I make this agreement with the appointed local authority/approved society in consideration of our/ my receiving the sum of Sh. ........................per month. We / I acknowledge having received ...............................................(name of foster child) into our/my house on.......................................and certify that he brought with him the following personal possessions-
(a) Clothing.........................................................................................
...........................................................................................................

(b) Cash...............................................................................................

(c) Other articles.................................................................................
............................................................................................................

Signature of foster parent..........................................

Address.........................................................
............................................................

Date......................................




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