We've avoided legal jargon and covering every minute detail down to the nth degree. Instead, we've focused on what we consider to be the essential stuff and answering some of the real world questions you might have.
We respect your right to privacy and will always do our absolute best to ensure we conform to not just the laws at the time, but also our moral obligation to you. That's why we will never knowingly allow anyone to use any data about you that we hold unless legally required to do so, and we will always keep it secure and (where possible) will remove all trace of it at your request.
An IP address is a unique number that identifies your computer on the internet; it is in the form of 111.222.333.444. Lots of services, like YouTube, Facebook, etc., requires that websites send them your IP address before they allow sites to display things like embedded video, or Facebook elements, and so on. In reality, your IP address isn't personal data, as 99% of the time, you can't be identified by it. On occasion, your IP address may be shared with some service providers.
Emails are kept while children are attending classes or if you have requested information and this needs to be followed up. Most emails are deleted at the end of each school term unless you have used this a way of telling us important information that we need to retain. We never use addresses obtained from emails for anything other than responding to the emails you send us. We don't harvest these emails for other purposes. Once we clear out our inbox and delete old emails from you, your details are gone.
If we suspect any abuses of this requirement (multiple requests in a short space of time etc.), we reserve the right to refuse.
For most requests to be processed, we will need you to provide proof as to who you are and that you have a lawful right to access the data.
This website only uses essential third party cookies and all requests are anonymised so no user identifying data is shared.
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