Children Act 2001
Provisions where more than one day centre order.
121.—(1) Where more than one day centre order is in force in respect of a child at any time, the total number of days on which attendance by the child at the day centre is required under the orders shall, notwithstanding subsections (2) and (3), not exceed 90 days.
(2) Where a court makes day centre orders in respect of two or more offences of which the child has been found guilty, it may direct that the days of attendance specified in any of those orders shall be concurrent with or additional to those specified in any other of those orders.
(3) Where a court makes a day centre order and at the time of the making of the order there is in force in respect of the child another such order (whether made by the same or a different court), the court making the later order may direct in that order that the days of attendance specified therein shall be concurrent with or additional to those specified in the earlier order.
(4) In this section “attendance”, in relation to a day centre, includes participation under supervision in any occupation, activity or instruction outside the centre.