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Your Privacy Rights

Where necessary  Templefields Multi Academy Trust processes personal data to deliver our services effectively; but wherever possible, the data that we process will be anonymised, pseudonymised or de-personalised. This means the information can no longer identify a person.

When using personal data for research purposes, the data will be anonymised/pseudonymised to avoid the identification of a person, unless you have agreed that your personal information can be used for the research project.

We do not sell personal data to any other organisation for the purposes of selling products.

 Your privacy rights

The law provides you with a number of rights to control the processing of your personal information:-

Accessing the information we hold about you

You have the right to ask for all the information we have about you. When we receive a request from you in writing, we must normally give you access to everything we have recorded about you. However, we will not let you see any parts of your record which contain:

* Confidential information about other people; or

* Data an information professional thinks will cause serious harm to your or someone else’s physical or mental wellbeing; or

* If we think that the prevention or detection of crime may be adversely affected by disclosing data to you.

This applies to paper and electronic records. If you ask us, we will also let others see your record (except if one of the points above applies). If you cannot ask for your records in writing, we will make sure there are other ways you can apply. If you have any queries regarding access to your information please contact or 03330 322970

Changing information you believe to be inaccurate

You should let us know if you disagree with something written on your file. We may not always be able to change or remove the information; however, we will correct factual inaccuracies and may include your comments in the records. Please use the contact details above to report inaccurate information.

Asking for your information to be deleted (right to be forgotten)

In some circumstances you can request the erasure of the personal information used by the Organisation, for example:

* Where the personal information is no longer needed for the purpose for which it was collected

* Where you have withdrawn your consent to the use of your information (where there is no other legal basis for the processing)

* Where there is no legal basis for the use of your information

* Where erasure is a legal obligation Where personal information has been shared with others, the Organisation shall make every reasonable effort to ensure those using your personal information comply with your request for erasure.

Please note that the right to erasure does not extend to using your personal information where:

* Is required by law

* It is used for exercising the right of freedom of expression

* It is in the public interest in the area of public health

* It is for archiving purposes in the public interest, scientific or historical research purposes, or statistical purposes where it would seriously affect the achievement of the objectives of the processing

* It is necessary for the establishment, defense or exercise of legal claims.