GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is a legal framework that sets guidelines for the collection and processing of personal information. At Cann Bridge School we take the collection, storage and protection of any data with the utmost seriousness. This includes the data held on our learners and their families as well as our staff members, volunteers and visitors to the school.

The School has a number of policies regarding GDPR, subject access requests and the manner in which any data breach that may occur would be managed. Links to these polices are available below as well as the form required should you wish to make a Subject Access Request or Freedom of Information Request.

All Data Breaches should be notified to the school as soon as identified.



Privacy Notices

  • DfE Privacy Notice for Attendance Data Collection
  • Privacy Notice for Governors and Volunteers
  • Privacy Notice for Job Applicants
  • Privacy Notice for Alumni
  • Privacy Notice for Parents & Learners
  • Privacy Notice for Staff
  • Privacy Notice for Visitors and Contractors

Please find below details of the School’s Data Protection Officer:

Data Protection Officer: Judicium Consulting Limited
Address: 72 Cannon Street, London, EC4N 6AE

Telephone: 0345 548 7000 option 1 then option 1 again
Lead Contact: Craig Stilwell

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