General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR)

GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation. It is essentially a set of regulations intended to give people in the European Union (EU) more control over how their personal information is used by organisations. The GDPR was formally adopted in April 2016, and was effective from the 25th May 2018.

For more information please visit the Information Commissioners Office website:

We take the protection and security of the data we hold very seriously, please see below copies of our Privacy Notices along with other important information. (MSWord files)

Data Protection Officer – Mrs L Hobbs (


We take the security of all personal data, in the extremely rare occasion of a breach or loss of personal data this will be reported to the DPO immediately, the DPO will investigate and report to the Information Commissioners Office within 72 hours of the reported data breach.

Subject Access Requests

Please see the GDPR Data Protection Policy for more details, or complete the form below to make a request.

 Can Parents take Photographs at School Events?

Yes, photos taken by parents/grandparents etc at school events are deemed to be for ‘personal use’ and therefore are not covered by the GDPR.However, the school requests that photos of children other than your own are NEVER shared on any social media site.