What will I learn?
The EU General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) add extra responsibilities to the Data Protection Act 1998 on the 25th of May, 2018. All schools that handle personal data must ensure that they are aware of the new rules and must examine the processes they currently have in place to ensure they continue to comply with the law.
Our resources have been developed in partnership with leading experts at Freeths, Data Protection Education and GDPR in Schools. We are grateful to them for their support in pulling these great resources together.
We’re sure you’d be pretty devastated at the thought of being considered “murky”. Your school’s a pillar of your local community after all. So embrace the transparency requirements of GDPR and let children, young people and their parents and carers as well as staff and governors and appropriate stakeholders know that reasonable checks and balances are in place to protect their data.
Our GDPR Learning Trunk will outline your main responsibilities and help you to start making the required changes. The biggest changes under the GDPR are in relation to 6 lawful bases for processing data, the right to be forgotten and the appointment of a Data Protection Officer.
This Learning Trunk covers...
FREE!An Introduction So, what is all the fuss about? Why is GDPR so important?
Setting the Scene **New** David explains why it is important to be transparent about data
Personal Data in Schools What kinds of data do schools process? What is Special Category data?
The 6 Lawful Bases **New** When it comes to data, there are 6 lawful bases for processing data
Other Ways to Process Data **New** A little more detail around data processing in schools
The Privacy Notice A clear and concise Privacy Notice is important - what's it all about?
The Law on Consent As one of the 6 lawful bases, consent may come up, from time to time
Consent - An Example A short overview of how a permission form might change under the GDPR
Individual Rights - Part I We look at Subject Access when it comes to the rights of individuals
Individual Rights - Part II What is the Right to be Forgotten under the GDPR?
Meet the DPO The Data Protection Officer will be your "data rockstar" - what will they do?
Data Breaches A hot topic right now with Facebook and even TSB - what is a breach?
Pulling It All Together & finally... what are our top tips for feeling better about data in schools?
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