Blackfield Nursery School

  • SWGfL Report Harmful Content

 

Policies and GDPR

Nursery policies

Trust Policies

Please click here to view our Trust Policies

Blackfield Nursery Full List of Policies - these can be viewed on request

 

  • Admissions Policy
  • Administering Medicines Policy
  • Behaviour Policy
  • British Values Policy
  • Children's Records Policy
  • Children's Rights and Entitlements Policy
  • Confidentiality and client access to records Policy
  • Employment Policy
  • Fire Safety and Emergency Evacuations Policy
  • First Aid Policy
  • Food and Drink Policy
  • Food Hygiene Policy
  • Health and Safety & General Standards Policy
  • Induction of Employees Policy
  • Information Sharing Policy
  • Looked After Children Policy
  • Maintaining Children's safety and security on Premised Policy
  • Managing Children with Allergies Policy
  • Missing Child Policy
  • Nappy Changing Policy
  • No Smoking Policy
  • Online Safety Policy
  • Parental Involvement Policy
  • Promoting Positive Behaviour Policy
  • Provider Records Policy
  • Recording & Reporting of Accidents and Incidents Policy
  • Risk Assessment Policy
  • Staff Personal Safety inc Home Visits Policy
  • Staffing Policy
  • Safeguarding Children, Young People and Vulnerable Adults Policy
  • Student Placement Policy
  • Supporting Children with Special Educational Needs Policy
  • Supervision of Children on Outings and Visits Policy
  • The Role of the Keyperson Policy
  • Transfer of records to School Policy
  • Uncollected Child Policy
  • Valuing Diversity and Promoting Inclusion and Equality Policy
  • Working in Partnership with other Agencies Policy

 

GDPR and Privacy Policy 

What is the General Data Protection Regulation?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a piece of EU-wide legislation which determines how people’s personal data is processed and kept safe, and the legal rights individuals have in relation to their own data. It applied from 25 May 2018 to organisations that process or handle personal data, including schools. 

It's similar to the Data Protection Act (DPA) 1998 in many ways. Most of the differences involve the GDPR building on or strengthening the principles of the DPA. 

The full General Data Protection Regulation has been published by the Council of the EU.

The UK has implemented the GDPR despite its intention to leave the EU. 

Guide to the UK General Data Protection Regulation (UK GDPR)

This area will show all documents uploaded to the /docs/gdpr folder.

Documents will be shown in alphabetical order.
To list in date order, the folder should contain the word 'letter' or 'minute'.

.

 

Close