Aquinas Trust            

Privacy at Aquinas

Aquinas is committed to the promotion of data protection throughout the Trust so that all individuals are aware of their rights in relation to their personal data and can be certain that the Trust has the necessary procedures and security measures in place to ensure that such rights are protected.

As part of Trust’s data protection regime, personal data and sensitive personal data is processed in accordance with the six data protection principles. The Trust is aware of the bases for the processing of the personal data it collects and where no legal bases exists, consent is obtained prior to processing. For further details of how the Trust complies with its data protection obligations, please refer to the Trust’s Data Protection Policy found on the ‘Policies’ page of this website.

In accordance with its data protection obligations, the Trust has provided those individuals from who it collects data with privacy notices in the following terms:

Pupils – Through the Trust’s academies pupils are advised of how their personal data is processed and their rights in relation to that personal data. Where the pupil is under the age of 13, parents/carers receive the privacy notice.

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Staff - Through the Trust’s academies staff working at the academy are advised of how their personal data is processed and their rights in relation to that personal data. Staff working centrally are provided with the notice by the Trust.

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Parents of Pupils - Through the Trust’s academies parents of pupils are advised of how their personal data is processed and their rights in relation to that personal data.

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Contractors and Visitors

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Volunteers

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The Trust’s data protection officer is Mary Capon and she can be contacted by emailing: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. inserting data protection in the subject box or writing to her at the Trust’s address.