What Personal Data is Collected
Data about a parent/carer and their child/children is collected to provide the best level of care for the child/children during their time at the dance academy. This is also so that attention can be given to cater to any specific individual needs.
Full name, age, date of birth, gender, any medical needs/allergies/previous injuries that might affect them whilst dancing and any details of previous dance experience.
Full name, address, postcode, home/mobile/work phone numbers, email address and emergency contact details.
Why we Collect this Information and the Basis of Handling Personal Data
Personal data is requested when a registration form is completed upon first joining the dancing academy. Personal data can be requested again at any time but will be disposed of in accordance with data protection laws.
The registration form personal data is used to:
Stored personal data is retained for the duration that the parent/carer and their child/children is involved with the dancing academy and is kept according to data protection laws and is not shared.
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Your Rights with Respect to Your Personal Data
You have the right to: