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Protezione dati

Al St Michael's, conserviamo ed elaboriamo informazioni personali su alunni, genitori/tutori, personale, governatori/volontari e candidati al lavoro. Questo per consentire alla scuola di fornire un'istruzione completa e un ambiente sicuro per tutti.  La base legale per il trattamento dei dati personali ai sensi del Regolamento generale sulla protezione dei dati di maggio 2018 è il completamento di un COMPITO PUBBLICO - che dell'offerta educativa. 

La scuola è conforme ai regolamenti generali sulla protezione dei dati di maggio 2018 e ciò è dimostrato dalla nostra politica sulla protezione dei dati e dalle politiche collegate come la politica sulla privacy, la politica sulla violazione dei dati, la politica sulla sicurezza in Internet, la politica sui dati di categorie speciali e la politica sull'uso accettabile delle TIC. Questi sono tutti disponibili dalla nostra pagina delle politiche.


NB Alcuni sono in forma di bozza mentre la scuola attende il chiarimento definitivo dei requisiti previsti dal GDPR. 

Ci impegniamo a formare il nostro personale e i volontari affinché comprendano l'importanza di gestire i dati in modo sicuro. Comprendiamo che la privacy è importante per te e tuo figlio.

The school has a Data Protection Officer, Mrs Donna Flynn, provided through the ICT Services. Our DPO can be contacted by emailing

Images: The school asks all parents, carers and visitors to our school to ask permission before taking photos and video and to agree such files are used for personal use only and are not shared with social media sights or other agencies. The school will only publish images on this website if parental permission has been provided.

Rights: Parents and pupils have the right to access the information we hold about them; this is known as a Subject Access Request and should be made in writing.  The school must supply the information requested within one school month or provide  a reason for an extension of up to two months.

Where you are unhappy with how your data has been handled by the school you can make a complaint to the Data Protection Officer, Donna Flynn, at or if this does not provide satisfaction direct to the Information Commissioner at

Separate from the GDPR, the Department for Education regulations provide a pupil's parents (regardless of the age of the pupil) with the right to view, or to have a copy of, their child's educational record at the school.  If you wish to exercise this right you should contact the School Office.

The Freedom of Information Act requires publicly funded bodies, including schools, to be clear about the information they publish. 

Use of our Website

St Michael's Church School acknowledges the right to privacy of the users of this website.  Any information gathered via this site is for the day to day running of the school's business (education and associated pastoral care) and no information so gathered will be passed on to a third party for any purpose whatsoever. Any statistics derived from the use of this site are for the understanding of general trends and no individual users shall be identifiable.

External Links: This site contains links to other sites made in good faith. The school is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such websites and has no control over the content that may be found there.  If any site we link to causes concern, please contact the School Office.

Advertisers: We do not display ads on our site.

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