Saint Ambrose College and Saint Ambrose Preparatory School collect personal information from parents and are the controllers of this information. This means that the College and Preparatory School determine the purposes for which and the manner in which personal information relating to pupils’ families is processed.
Saint Ambrose Parents’ Association (SAPA) is a data processor. It processes personal information or data on behalf of the College and Preparatory School. Processing data includes collecting, recording, holding and storing data.
What is this policy about?
This policy is to help you understand how and why we process personal information about you and what we do with that information. It also explains the decisions that you can make about your own information.
The SAPA Chair is SAPA’s Data Protection Officer. They liaise with the College’s and Preparatory School’s Data Protection Officers – contact them on 0161 980 2711 (MrsSAlford@st- ambrosecollege.org.uk) and 0161 903 9193 (email@example.com), respectively. The College and Preparatory School’s Data Protection Officers monitor and oversee data protection procedures to ensure they are compliant with General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR).
What is personal information?
Personal information is information that identifies you as an individual and relates to you. This includes your contact details. We may also hold information such as your photos and video recordings of you for use in marketing and social media.
Why does SAPA collect and use your personal information?
We use your data to support pupil learning through fundraising. We would like to keep you up-to- date with our events and meetings.
The category of parent information that we process includes personal information (such as name, email address and mobile phone number).
What is the lawful basis by which we process this information?
The lawful basis by which we process your personal information is on a ‘consent to contact’ basis. This means that we will only process your information if you have given your explicit consent for us to do this.