GDPR & Data Protection
Hollinhey School Primary School is required to keep and process certain information about its staff members and pupils in accordance with its legal obligations under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
The school may, from time to time, be required to share personal information about its staff or pupils with other organisations, mainly the LA, other schools and educational bodies, and potentially social services.
Our policy is in place to ensure all staff and governors are aware of their responsibilities and outlines how the school complies with the following core principles of the GDPR.
This statement confirms that at Hollinhey, we do not store or process any form of biometric data, such as fingerprints or retina scans.
The Board of Trustees and data protection officer (DPO) will review this statement on at least an annual basis. The next scheduled review date for this statement is Autumn Term 2024.
If the school does decide to store or process biometric data, a policy will be implemented for the processing of such data, which would be made available on the school website. Any changes made to the school’s position on the processing of biometric data will be clearly communicated to all staff, parents and pupils.
If you have any questions about this statement, please contact the DPO on email@example.com
Organisational methods for keeping data secure are imperative, and Hollinhey School Primary School believes that it is good practice to keep clear practical policies, backed up by written procedures.
Click on this link to view The Aspire Educational Trust Data Protection Policies
Click on this link to our Freedom Of Information Policy