Tottington High SchoolCCTV Policy
Introduction to this Policy
At Tottington High School, we take our responsibility towards the safety of staff, visitors and pupils very seriously. To that end, we use CCTV cameras to monitor the members of our school.
The purpose of this policy is to manage and regulate the use of the CCTV system at the school and ensure that
- We comply with data protection legislation, including the Data Protection Act 1998 and theGeneral Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – the latter of which comes into effect on 25May 2018.
- The images that are captured are useable for the purposes we require them for.
- We reassure those persons whose images are being captured, that the images are being handled in accordance with data protection legislation.
This policy covers the use of CCTV and other systems which capture moving and still images of people who could be identified, as well as information relating to individuals for any of the following purposes:
- Observing what an individual is doing
- Taking action to prevent a crime
- Using images of individuals that could affect their privacy
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Tottington High School collects a lot of data and information about our pupils so that we can run effectively as a school. This privacy notice explains how and why we collect pupils’ data, what we do with it and what rights parents and pupils have. Tottington High School is an academy within the Shaw Education Trust (“the Trust”), a multi academy trust with 10 academies. The Trust is a charitable company limited by guarantee (registration number 09067175) whose registered office is The Lodge Wolstanton High, Milehouse Lane, Newcastle Under Lyme, Staffordshire, England, ST5 9JU. The Trust is the Data Controller for all the academies within the Trust. The Data Protection Officer for the Trust is Natalie Kennedy: email@example.com