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General Data Protection Regulations

What is the GDPR?

To put it simply, the GDPR is a new data protection regulation designed to strengthen and unify the safety and security of all data held within an organisation (including schools, academies and other educational establishments).

"The GDPR replaces the DPA and affects all schools as they collect or process personal information. It's focused on looking after the privacy and rights of the individual, and based on the premise that parents and data subjects should have knowledge of what data is held about them and how it's used.

The GDPR will ultimately change the way schools, academies and trusts handle their data and the way information is managed.


Privacy Notice School Workforce

Privacy Notice Parent / Pupil

Privacy Notice - Children in Need / LAC

Change in data Protection Regulations

Records Management Policy