(1) Section 149, so far as relating to age, does not apply to the exercise of a function relating to—
(a) the provision of education to pupils in schools;
(b) the provision of benefits, facilities or services to pupils in schools;
(c) the provision of accommodation, benefits, facilities or services in community homes pursuant to section 53(1) of the Children Act 1989;
(d) the provision of accommodation, benefits, facilities or services pursuant to arrangements under section 82(5) of that Act (arrangements by the Secretary of State relating to the accommodation of children);
(e) the provision of accommodation, benefits, facilities or services in residential establishments pursuant to section 26(1)(b) of the Children (Scotland) Act 1995.
(2) “Pupil” and “school” each have the same meaning as in Chapter 1 of Part 6.
(1) In relation to the exercise of immigration and nationality functions, section 149 has effect as if subsection (1)(b) did not apply to t
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