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Managing the Single Central Register (SCR) in boarding schools

16 April @ 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Course outline:

Is your Single Central Register compliant?

Schools and colleges must keep a single central record in line with statutory guidance and associated legislation. However, inaccuracies and missing data in the Single Central Register remains a key area of compliance concern resulting in poor regulatory inspection outcomes which are reflected in judgements on safeguarding leadership.

This webinar is developed to support colleagues who have operational and oversight responsibility for the single central record. It covers;

  • Supporting guidance
  • Information required for SCR
  • Retention of evidence
  • Procedure for maintaining and checking the SCR
  • What happens on the SCR if staff or volunteers are found to be unsuitable.

Unable to attend? A post webinar recording will be available for purchase.

Learning outcomes:

  • Review of underpinning legislation and guidance
  • How to develop a checklist of SCR requirements for compliance audit
  • How to implement recommended procedures for maintaining and checking the SCR
  • What to consider in reviewing the SCR if there is a change in suitability.

Audience: All who have responsibility and oversight responsibility of safer recruitment and regulatory compliance including safeguarding professionals and leaders, trustees, board members and governors, bursars and HR professionals.

Platform: Zoom (online) – webinar


  • SACPA/BSA Member Rate: £65
  • SACPA/BSA Additional Full Member Fee: £30
  • BSA Affiliate Member Fee: £90
  • BSA Additional Affiliate Member Fee: £30
  • Non-member Rate: £130*


*If you would like to become a member and access discounted rates for Sacpa CPD and events, please click here.


Lee Glaser, Executive Director, Specialist Services

Lee has extensive experience in pastoral care. Prior to becoming Headmaster and CEO at Taunton School in Somerset he was the School’s Deputy Head which involved leading the pastoral team and being the Designated Safeguarding Lead. Outstanding support for student and staff wellbeing has always been at the heart of his approach and the School was recently shortlisted for a TES Award for excellence in this area.

Lee has always worked closely with the School’s medical team which provided excellent support to the community, particularly during the COVID pandemic. He is excited to be supporting HIEDA members in delivering the highest quality of care in their own environments.


16 April
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Event Category:


The Safeguarding and Child Protection Association