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    Do people manage their Signle Central Record in Sims

    Just wondering if other schools do this in Sims. I am worried that this will bloat our SIms database with unwanted people? Do you just stick to leaving personnel for employed staff and then a separate spreadsheet for other people who need to provide CRB details when they spent time/visit the school?

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    We have been using it, although more 'staff' are now on there - as they don't have any employment info they don't come up as current or active so don't really affect your searching

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    It's not too much bloat and makes sense to record where you can in one place. If it does all you need, it should be fine.



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