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Pupil Records

Volume 127: debated on Thursday 11 February 1988

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To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Science if he will list those organisations which have responded to the consultation paper on the keeping and disclosure of pupil records.

The information requested is as follows:

  • Avon LEA
  • Barnet LEA
  • Bedfordshire LEA
  • Berkshire LEA
  • Bradford LEA
  • Brent LEA
  • Bromley LEA
  • Bury LEA
  • Cheshire LEA
  • Cornwall LEA
  • Croyden LEA
  • Derbyshire LEA
  • Devon LEA
  • Dorset LEA
  • Dudley LEA
  • Durham LEA Essex LEA
  • Gateshead LEA
  • Haringey LEA
  • Harrow LEA
  • Havering LEA
  • Hounslow LEA
  • Inner London Education Authority
  • Isle of Wight LEA
  • Kent LEA
  • Kingston-upon-Thames LEA
  • Kirklees LEA
  • Knowsley LEA
  • Lancashire LEA
  • Leicestershire LEA
  • Lincolnshire LEA
  • Merton LEA
  • Newcastle-upon-Tyne LEA
  • Norfolk LEA
  • Northamptonshire LEA
  • North Tyneside LEA
  • Northumberland LEA
  • North Yorkshire LEA
  • Redbridge LEA
  • Shropshire LEA
  • Solihull LEA
  • Somerset LEA
  • South Tyneside LEA
  • Staffordshire LEA
  • Suffolk LEA
  • Sunderland LEA
  • Surrey LEA
  • Sutton LEA
  • Tameside LEA
  • Trafford LEA
  • Wakefield LEA
  • Warwickshire LEA
  • Wiltshire LEA
  • West Sussex LEA
  • Universities Central Council on Admissions
  • Association of Workers for Maladjusted Children
  • ILEA Divisional Parents Committee
  • British Chamber of Commerce
  • College of Preceptors
  • Girls' Schools' Association
  • Professional Association of Teachers
  • Oxford Certificate of Educational Achievement
  • Independent Schools Joint Council
  • National Confederation of Parent-Teacher Associations
  • Community Rights Project
  • Polytechnic Central Admissions System
  • Inner London Education Authority
  • National Union of Teachers
  • National Association of Head Teachers
  • Association of County Councils
  • Special Educational Needs—National Advisory Service
  • Department of Health and Social Security
  • Trade Union Congress
  • Commission for Racial Equality
  • Children's Legal Centre
  • Advisory Centre for Education
  • Assistant Masters and Mistresses Association
  • Education Otherwise
  • National Union of Students
  • Secondary Heads Association
  • Methodist Church Division of Education and Youth
  • Voluntary Council for Handicapped Children
  • National Association of Schoolmasters/Union of Women Teachers
  • Association of Metropolitan Authorities
  • Dr Barnardo's
  • Free Church Federal Council
  • Her Majesty's Inspectorate
  • National Association of Social Workers in Education
In addition, responses have been received from school staff and governors, local councillors and other interested individuals.