Individual Pupil School Records
School records of former pupils can only be kept by a school or the Isle of Wight Council, for a limited period of time.
If you are a former pupil of an Island school, please contact the school you last attended to find out whether they still hold your records. Access to your own records is subject to the data protection act.
The school reorganisation project in 2011 closed Island middle and high schools and records for their former pupils were transferred to the Isle of Wight Council for archiving. If the last Island school you attended has now closed and you require access to your school records please contact us using the online send a message to service form , we will be happy to see whether we still hold your records.
Please be aware that in order to comply with General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) we are only able to hold pupil records until the student turns 25 years old (or 32 years old if the student was issued with a Statement of SEN or Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP).
We are not responsible for the content of any file that we hold or whether a student file was passed over to us.
Student files do not contain exam results or copies of certificates.
Should you require a copy of your certificates or results you would need to contact the examination board. You will need to know which examination board you sat the exam with. Schools may be able to assist you with identifying which exam board was used. Further information is available on the GOV.UK website - replacement exam certificates. Please be aware that the examination board may charge you for copies of certificates.