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Child protection records: retention
We summarise guidance on keeping child protection records, including the information on the pupil file, records of allegations made against members of staff, and records of court orders.
- Don't dispose of records about child sexual abuse
- No statutory retention period
- Recommendations from the IRMS
- Keeping records of allegations made against staff
- Keeping court orders relating to pupils
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