From 25th May 2018, the Data Protection Act (DPA) will be replaced by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – meaning that the way we manage all data and information within Bridgemary School will change.
GDPR will affect how Bridgemary School handles personal data, or how we ‘process’ it. Processing is effectively any action we perform on personal data and includes how we keep records and databases of student and staff information, how we interact with suppliers, contractors and local authorities as well as how we monitor people using CCTV.
Please see below the updated Privacy notices for Students, parents and carers along with a video about what GDPR is.
For any questions about how our school processes personal data please contact the senior Assheton Woodall, Senior Deputy Headteacher and Data Protection Officer.
- GDPR Video - what is GDPR?
- GDPR Video - a video explaining how we use your data
- Privacy notice for pupils
- Privacy notice for parents and carers
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