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Inspection of Premises, Children and Records (Children Accommodated in Schools) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2000

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Inspection of records

4.—(1) An authorised person may carry out an inspection of the records specified in paragraph (2) held by—

(a)the manager of any relevant school; or

(b)any person who is not the manager of such a school but who is responsible for conducting it,

in respect of all the children whom he has power to inspect pursuant to regulation 3.

(2) The records referred to in paragraph (1) are those containing information concerning the state of health, emotional or developmental well-being or welfare of the children in a relevant school and include any record containing any of the following—

(a)the name and address of the person with parental responsibility for a child in the school;

(b)details of medical or dental treatment undergone by a child, while he is at school, whether or not administered by a member of staff of the school;

(c)details of accidents to any child in the school, the death of any child in the school, serious illness or infectious disease suffered by any child at the school, or other significant harm sustained by a child while at school;

(d)the names and qualifications of the staff responsible for the welfare of children in the school, including non-teaching and part-time staff and volunteers working at the school, both inside and outside teaching hours;

(e)details of any cases of a child absconding from the school;

(f)details of fire practice drills and fire alarm tests at the school;

(g)details of any complaints made by any person in respect of the state of health, emotional or developmental well-being or welfare of a child in the school;

(h)details of punishments administered to any child in the school.

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