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FAIR PROCESSING NOTICE –LAYER ONE SUMMARY
The Arthur Terry School processes personal data about its students and is a “data controller” in respect of this for
the purposes of the Data Protection Act 1998. It processes this data to:
• support its students’ teaching and learning;
• monitor and report on their progress;
• provide appropriate pastoral care, and
• assess how well the school as a whole is doing.
This data includes contact details, national curriculum assessment results, attendance information, characteristics
such as ethnic group, special educational needs and any relevant medical information.
This data may only be used or passed on for speciﬁc purposes allowed by law. From time to time the school is
required to pass on some of this data to local authorities, the Department for Education (DfE), and to agencies
that are prescribed by law, such as the Qualiﬁcations and Curriculum Authority (QCA), Ofsted, the Department of
Health (DH), Primary Care Trusts (PCT), ContactPoint (mentioned above and organisations that require access to
data in the Learner Registration System as part of the MIAP (Managing Information Across Partners) programme
and Connexions (see below). All these are data controllers in respect of the data they receive, and are subject to
the same legal constraints in how they deal with the data.
The trustees of an academy are required by law to supply basic information to ContactPoint. This only includes
the name and address of the student, contact details for their parents or carers (with parental responsibility) and
the contact details of the school.
Students, as data subjects, have certain rights under the Data Protection Act, including a general right to be given
access to personal data held about them by any data controller. The presumption is that by the age of 12 a
student has suﬃcient maturity to understand their rights and to make an access request themselves if they wish.
A parent would normally be expected to make a request on a student’s behalf if the student is younger.
If you wish to access your personal data, or that of your child, then please contact the relevant organisation in
writing. Details of these organisations can be found on the following website: www.arthurterry.bham.sch.uk or, for
those students/parents where this is not practical, a hard copy can be obtained from the school, telephone 0121
For students of 13 years and over, the school is legally required to pass on certain information to Birmingham City
Council on request. This information includes the name and address of the student and parent, and any further
information relevant to the September Guarantee of ensuring all students who leave school are participating in
employment, education or training to the age of 17. However parents, or the students themselves if aged 16 or
over, can ask that no information beyond name and address (for student and parent) be passed on. If as a parent,
or as a student aged 16 or over, you wish to opt-out and do not want Birmingham City Council to receive from the
school information beyond name and address, then please contact the school.
Your attention is drawn to (Layer 2) of this Fair Processing Notice, which gives supplementary information about
the processing of student data by the organisations mentioned above, and gives greater details of how the
student data is processed and the rights of parents and students. This can be obtained from the school website
or in hard copy from the school (see below).
The Arthur Terry School Postal Address:
Mrs Lucy Meade, Data Protection Oﬃcer
The Arthur Terry School
0121 323 2221
USE OF VIDEO/PHOTOGRAPHY AT ARTHUR TERRY
We are constantly looking for new ways to celebrate success at Arthur Terry.
As such during a students time with us we may wish to record images/ ﬁlm and
audio of activities that involve a student. The images may be used for display,
publications and on websites by us, by Birmingham City Council or by local
media. It is important we encourage and celebrate the success of our students
and this helps us to do this.
When recording images and audio, carried out by the news / media, students
will only be named if there is a particular reason to do so (e.g. they have won a
prize), and home addresses will never be given out.
It is also worth noting that CCTV is used extensively on site. By its very nature
it is not possible to remove students from this but, we will only use footage for
internal purposes or if it is oﬃcially requested by the police / court of law.
Some examples of recordings and use are shown below though these are not
exclusive. Please feel free to contact us should you have any concerns or
require further information.
- Teaching & learning
- Event Promotion
- Press / Media Coverage
- Exam boards
- Police / Legal Request
There may be other circumstances, beyond those identiﬁed above, in
which images and audio of a student are requested. The establishment
recognises that in such circumstances speciﬁc consent from you will be
required before recording of students can be permitted.
STUDENT ICT CONTRACT
I will be responsible for my own area and information on it
I will not dismantle any of the computer equipment
I will report any problems I encounter with computer equipment to my
I will play my part in trying to reduce paper waste
I will use ICT to help with work in my other subjects
I will not attempt to play games or use the internet without permission
I understand that my usage of the FreeWiFi system will be monitored in
accordance with the Student ICT Contract and the school will not
accept responsibility for damage or loss to any devices I bring in to
I will leave my computer as I would expect to ﬁnd it
I will keep food and drink away from the computers
I will use the computers sensibly and with sensitivity to other users
I will only use the software I have been given
I will not attempt to install or run any software not installed on the
I will not share my password with anyone
I will not use or try to ﬁnd out anyone else’s password
I understand that if I do not follow this contract that I may have my
access rights removed and further action may be taken if necessary.