Data Protection Statement and Privacy Notices

The Charter School North Dulwich (together “the School”) takes data protection and our obligations with regard to data protection seriously.

The School is a Data Controller for the purposes of the Data Protection Act 2018 and the UK General Data Protection Regulation (together “Data Protection Law”) and is registered with Information Commissioner’s Office (“ICO”). Our registration number is Z2430738X. This section of the school website provides information on how the School uses (“processes”) personal data about individuals (together “data subjects”).

The Data Protection Officer is responsible for overseeing data protection within the School. Should you have any questions, concerns or queries they can be contacted using the following details:

Data Protection Officer (DPO)

Data Protection Officer: Judicium Consulting Limited
Address: 72 Cannon Street, London, EC4 6AE
Telephone: 0345 548 7000 (Option 1, then 1)

Judicium Consulting Limited are acting as the school's DPO within the school's existing policies, and any reference to DPO within those policies should be construed to refer to Judicium Consulting Limited.

If you wish to contact the school in relation to a data request or query (for example to make a subject access or freedom of information request), please email

If you have a data related query for the The Charter School Education Trust please contact

This section of the website is intended to be read in conjunction with the School’s Data Protection Policy, the School’s Terms and Conditions and other relevant School policies, including:

Taking, Storing and Using Images of Children Policy
Data Retention Policy
Child Protection and Safeguarding Policies
Health and Safety Policy
IT, Bring Your Own Device Acceptable Use Policies

Personal Data

Personal data is data relating to a living individual who can be identified from that information or from that data and other information in the School’s possession (for example: name, address, telephone number, staff number). It can also include expressions of opinions about an individual. Sensitive or special category personal data relates to racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious beliefs, trade union membership, health, sex life, criminal convictions. Personal data concerning disability is sensitive data.

In order to carry out its ordinary duties to staff, pupils and parents, the school needs to process a wide range of personal data about individuals (including current, past and prospective staff, pupils or parents) as part of its daily operations. Dependent on the nature of the School’s relationship with the data subject, there will be different reasons and purposes for the school processing your personal data, the types of data held, how the data is collected, the legal basis for processing the data, who has access to the data, who the data is shared with, the retention period for that data, and the specific subject rights with regard to that data.

Privacy Notices

For ease of reference and understanding, the School has produced different Privacy Notices for the different categories of individuals it deals with. These can be accessed below.

Your Rights and Contact Details

All data subjects have certain rights under Data Protection Law, including a right to be given access to data held about them by a data controller. Other rights will be dependent on the nature of the information given and are more fully explained in the privacy notices below. If you have any concerns about the School’s handling of your personal data, please contact the School’s Data Protection Officer, Judicium Consulting Limited, on   You can also find details of your rights under Data Protection Law at:

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