Two social workers have admitted failing to follow procedures to protect Baby Peter in the months before his death.
Maria Ward and Gillie Christou accept they did not keep adequate records in the case of the abused little boy, now named as Peter Connelly, a General Social Care Council (GSCC) conduct committee heard.
Ms Ward admitted she did not follow Peter's child protection plan in relation to visiting frequency between June 1 and July 11 2007, and did not ensure she knew his precise location for a period of time in July 2007.
Ms Christou, her team manager at Haringey Council in north London, admitted failing to document evidence of a risk management plan and to ensure Peter's child protection plan was followed.
The social workers did not attend the hearing in London, but their counsel Nick Toms said they admitted all the facts alleged against them by the GSCC.