We need to ask for a few details about you in order to offer your our teaching resources. 

We take our responsibility for looking after information seriously. We adhere to the General Data Protection Regulation when asking for or handling your information including:

Right to be informed: Individuals can be informed of how their data is collected, stored and processed in a clear, accessible way.

Right of access: Individuals can request access to a copy of their data in electronic form and details of how it is processed .

Right to rectification: Individuals are entitled to have their data corrected if it is inaccurate or incomplete.

Right to erasure: Also known as ‘the right to be forgotten’, this permits individuals to request the deletion of their data.

Right to restrict processing: Individuals can request a halt on processing if they object to accuracy or purpose.

Right to data portability: Individuals can request their data in a suitable digital format, sent either directly to them or to a third party.

Right to object: Individuals can, in certain cases, object to the processing of their data, eg. in direct marketing.

Rights in relation to automated decision making: Individuals can object to potentially damaging decisions being taken against them based only on automated data processing.

(Before processing any data requests concerning the rights above, we will require valid proof of identification from the individual before proceeding with the request.)

Sometimes sensitive information may also be asked for. We will always ask for explicit consent before collecting or using this information.

We will never share your contact details with a third party, without prior written consent from you. If you no longer want to be kept informed of our activities, we will delete your contact details from our database in a timely manner. You are entitled to ask for a copy of the information we hold on record about you at any time, and can request this information is deleted or updated at any point.