General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR)
About Kids in the Kitchen Aberdeen
Kids in the Kitchen Aberdeen takes its responsibility as an organisation very seriously. We aim to work in ways that gives parents and carers and the wider community confidence in us.
What is personal data?
Personal data is information that could identify a living person. In this case we mean the details you provide of children such as Name/Childs name/Date of Birth/Address/Email address/Phone number/Mobile number, this personal data could be taken together to identify a unique individual.
Why do we have to ask for Personal Data?
When you attend a class, you are asking us to enter into a contract with you and we must be able to contact you about this, especially a mobile number as we have children in our care and for in the case of an emergency you need to be contacted at all times.
It is important for the good management of Kids in the Kitchen Aberdeen and to be able to contact you for future classes then these records must be kept.
Do we share your personal data?
Kids in the Kitchen Aberdeen will not share any personal data collected and will only hold it for the purposes mentioned above unless we have asked your permission to use it for another reason.
How long will we hold the data?
Any personal data will be held until the child/children no longer wishes to attend the class
Why are we providing you with this information?
The New General Data Protection Regulations or GDPR means that from 25th May 2018, individuals have new rights about the control and use of their personal data. You can find out more about this from the Information Commissioners office. Website www.ico.org.uk
If you are unhappy about how we deal with your personal data, you have the right to complain to the Information Commissioners office.
Photography consent form and privacy notice
Kids in the Kitchen Aberdeen takes photos for use in the legitimate interest of carrying out our business as a children’s cookery school and with your consent.
About personal data
Photographs can be personal data if you can identify an individual from them, normally this means if you can clearly see the face of a person.
We want you to make sure you know and understand why we want to take photographs and what we will do with them.
What we use personal data (photographs) for
Photographs are used to illustrate what we do throughout the time they are in class. They are shared through social media and for our own publications on our website.
Sharing personal data
We will never sell your personal data (including photographs). We will not share your personal data with other organisations unless we have your permission.
How long will we keep your data?
We will continue to use photographs, where relevant unless you tell us to stop. If you ask us to stop using a photo we will try to do so as quickly as possible.
We will delete electronic copies, including from our social media pages and record that this has been done and confirm it with you.
We will not produce further copies of publications containing relevant photographs but it may not be possible for us to destroy copies already printed.