The term ‘Beaconsfield School of Dance’ or ‘us’ or ‘we’ refers to the owner of the website. The term ‘you’ refers to the user or viewer of our website.
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We take your privacy seriously and so the only data we take is necessary for us, to conduct our business. We will never sell your information but we may have to share some information with another professional body in order to, for example enter pupils for exams.
The information we hold, has been collated from forms completed when applying for the school. This includes names dates of Birth, telephone numbers and email addresses. Then when a child joins the school additional information such as addresses, and any medical information the parent feels we should know about as it may affect their ability in class or in the school environs. As well as signed permission to record our shows, which are then used for training purposes or for parents private home use. We ask that parents keep us informed of any relevant changes to the data, so we always have the most up to date information.
We only gather and retain information that we actually need. We need this data to be able to communicate with parents/guardians and children; for our teaching staff to be aware medical information which might be relevant, and to pass on to exam bodies when the children are taking exams. We only deal with official exam bodies all of whom have to be compliant with the new GPDR standards. Any details we are given from credit cards in order to pay fees is immediately destroyed after the fees have been taken.
Electronic data is held on a secure private network, where everything is password protected. Hard copy information is held within a private, secure, alarmed office. When pupils leave the school, this information is destroyed/deleted in line with regulations.
Fione Grotefeld is the Data Controller and you can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org
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