Please click on the attachments below to link to our Safeguarding Policy, Staff Code of Conduct and Safer Recruitment Policy.
A number of other policies and further information are available from the relevant school on request, including:
- Admissions Policy
- Anti-Bullying Policy
- Attendance Policy
- Behaviour Management Policy
- Curriculum Policy
- Health and Safety Provision
Parents' complaints procedure and the number of complaints registered under the procedure in the preceding school year.
Educational and welfare provision for pupils with SEND and Education, Health and Care Plans and pupils for whom English is an additional language.
The number of staff at the school, including temporary staff and a summary of qualifications
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The Princethorpe Foundation’s Response To Changes In Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – May 2018
New data legislation, called GDPR (the General Data Protection Regulation), came into force on Friday 25 May 2018.
This is how the Princethorpe Foundation responded to this new regulation. This is for information only; as long as you are happy there is no action required of you in response to this.
Over the preceding year we worked hard to keep abreast of directives from the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) and their guidance concerning data processing. We also sought advice from professional industry bodies, our school solicitors and external consultants.
Under GDPR all data controllers, including the Princethorpe Foundation, must have a Lawful Basis for processing Personal Data. The six bases are: Consent, Contractual, Legal Obligation, Vital Interests, Public Tasks and Legitimate Interests. The ICO states that it is the responsibility of the individual organisation to decide on which bases to process data.
Having undertaken a thorough review and audit of the data we hold and the way in which we process it, the Princethorpe Foundation believes that all of the data held relating to our community is processed under three bases, namely Legal Obligation, Contractual and/or Legitimate Interests. For data protection purposes we consider our community to include: prospective, current and former pupils, prospective, current and former parents, prospective, current and former staff and Friends of the Foundation.
Due to the nature of the existing relationship we have with our community, our interpretation is that we can lawfully process this information under the three bases mentioned above. We have conducted, as recommended by the ICO, a Legitimate Interests Assessment (LIA) to support this decision. Our LIA will be kept under regular review.
Please be assured that we will treat all data with the utmost integrity, respect and confidentiality. Personal data will be stored and used in accordance with our updated Privacy Notices, which reflect the new regulation. Please ensure that you familiarise yourself with these by clicking on the relevant links below:
- Privacy Notice for Parents
- Privacy Notice for Pupils
- Privacy Notice for Alumni and Friends of the Foundation
The Privacy Notice for Staff, Visiting Staff and Volunteers is available in the Staff Handbook.
Our communications with our community will be conducted in the least intrusive way possible and only in ways that you would reasonably expect, as additionally outlined in our privacy notices. Where we process children’s data we take extra care to ensure we protect their interests.
In addition, please be aware that you can opt out of receiving non-legal or non-contractual communications at any time by contacting us by email, telephone or by letter. As follows:
Telephone: 01926 634200
Post: Eddie Tolcher, Foundation Bursar, Princethorpe College, Princethorpe, Rugby, CV23 9PX
If you have any questions relating to changes in data regulation law, or would like to see our Data Protection Policy, please do not hesitate to contact Eddie Tolcher, Foundation Bursar as above.