Preservation of Primary School Records
It is a legal requirement (Education (Pupil Information) (England) Regulations 2005 (as amended by the Education (Pupil Information) Regulations 2008) that primary schools retain various personal, educational and curricular records of their pupils. Some examples include:
- Accident Reports
- Admission Registers
- Attendance Registers
- Free School Meal Registers
- Pupil files and record cards
- Special Educational Needs
Whilst some records are retained for the time the pupil remains in primary school (they are then transferred with the child to their chosen secondary school), a smaller proportion are kept for longer.
As specialists in secure document storage services & records management, we offer affordable archive storage solutions that will protect these files and records, free up your valuable space, save you time and save you money.
As a firmly established document storage business, we provide a one stop records management service to primary schools throughout Wirral, Warrington, Chester and Preston.
Storing your documents safely and securely in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and Freedom of Information Act 2000, we ensure your records are confidentially stored as well as easily retrieved when required (within one hour).
Our cost effective document storage service has no long term contract commitment meaning that we can store your documents for as long as you need.
Please enquire about our special rates that become available when a number of local schools choose Imagen as their document management partner.
Why Choose Us?
- Secure Delivery and Collection - of your individual documents or entire containers
- Secure Document Storage - highly discreet, safe and confidential
- No Long Term Contract - you set the term, we make it work
- Easily Accessible Records - via email, fax, RSqL, (available only to pre nominated staff) or direct delivery
- Affordable Rates - with special rates available
- Secure Document Destruction (if required) - using innovative and environmentally friendly methods