GDPR Consent Form

Sharing of Contact Details

I hereby give permission for the School to supply our contact details (home address, email and mobile numbers) (i) to other King’s House parents for School-related purposes; (ii) to class reps for the purpose of compiling and distributing class lists to other parents in the class; and (iii) to the Friends of King’s House School for the purpose of promoting and supporting School-related fundraising activities and social events.

Clubs & Activities (if applicable)

I understand that it is necessary for the School to supply my contact details (home address, email and mobile number) to any external club(s) that my child is registered to for their internal administration and so that they may contact me in an emergency.

School Buses (if applicable)

I understand that it is necessary for the School to supply my contact details (mobile number) to the School bus company so that they may contact me in an emergency.

USE OF IMAGES BY THE SCHOOL (PHOTOS AND VIDEOS)

The School makes various uses of images of pupils during their time at school as more particularly set out in the Taking, Storing and using Images of Children Policy (available on the School website). Some of these are necessary for administration and the safety of pupils.

Media uses, including photos of pupils at work or playing games, may include the School weekly newsletter, School website and other School social media (Twitter, Facebook and Instagram) or as part of the School prospectus or external marketing.

In addition to the above, the School also has a restricted Twitter account for updates (including photos of pupils) of residential trips, the details of which are sent to parents at the time.

The School follows the following rules for any external use of images in School media:

  1. If the pupil is named, the School avoids using their photograph.
  2. If their photograph is used, the School avoids naming the pupil.
  3. Where showcasing examples of pupils’ work the School only uses their first names, rather than their full names.
  4. If showcasing digital video work to an external audience, the School takes care to ensure that pupils are not referred to by name on the video, and that pupils’ full names are not given in credits at the end of the film.
  5. Only images of pupils in suitable dress are used.

Please indicate below if you consent for the time being to your child’s image being used in School media.

You may withdraw consent at any time in the future, subject to the notice below. In ensuring we can give effect to your wishes, it will also assist us if you are able to give reasons.

You may withdraw consent at any time in the future, subject to the notice below.

Please be aware that objecting as above it will not necessarily mean that the School will not continue to process images of your child that are either necessary for administration of the School, or where the School requires it and is otherwise lawfully entitled to do so.

It may not be possible to change printed publications, such as the School newsletter or prospectus, or third party publications (for example where we have placed an advert or provided an image to a newspaper). Please see our Privacy Notice, CCTV Policy and Taking, Storing and using Images of Children Policy for further details.

LEARNING OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM, EDUCATIONAL VISITS AND OFF-SITE ACTIVITIES

The School regularly organises local visits (eg. to sports grounds, swimming pool, parks, places of historical interest, theatres etc.) as part of the School curriculum, as well as inviting in visiting speakers on a range of topics. In addition, the School takes part in a number of off-site sporting fixtures outside the normal school day. The School will send you information about each trip, activity or sporting fixture in advance unless it takes place as part of timetabled lesson or assembly.

 

Specific written consent will be required where pupils are taken on a trip or visit that:

  • involves an overnight stay;
  • involves an overseas visit;
  • involves adventure activities eg watersports where this is required by a third party provider.
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I understand that trips may be charged, and costs will be advised by teachers in advance, and I agree to pay such charges as invoiced.

I undertake to ensure that if my child requires medication during a trip, this will be handed to the leader, clearly marked with his name and the exact dose, before departure.

I understand that if it is necessary to administer Calpol/Anthisan to my child on a trip, the staff will administer such medication in accordance with the School’s First Aid & Medical Conditions Management Policy, subject to parental consent obtained on my child’s current medical card.

I hereby give consent for my child taking part in any local visits, other activities that take place off school premises and off-site sporting fixtures in the academic year 2020 – 2021.

TRIPS OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM THROUGHOUT THE SCHOOL YEAR

The Nursery regularly organises local walks (eg. to the post box, to the Junior and Senior Departments, around The Alberts.) as part of the Nursery curriculum. The pupils will be properly supervised at all times by the teachers responsible.

I undertake to ensure that if my child requires medication during an outing, this will be handed to the leader, clearly marked with his name and the exact dose, before departure.

I understand that if it is necessary to administer Calpol/Anthisan to my child on a trip, the staff will administer such medication in accordance with the school’s First Aid & Medical Conditions Management Policy, subject to parental consent obtained on my child’s current medical card.

I hereby give consent for my child taking part in local walks.

E-SAFETY AGREEMENT FOR PARENT

I hereby give permission for my child to have access to use the Internet, email, cloud services and other ICT facilities at the School, as appropriate to their setting.

I accept that ultimately the School cannot be held responsible for the nature and content of materials accessed through the Internet and mobile technologies, but I understand that the School will take every reasonable precaution to keep pupils safe and to prevent pupils from accessing inappropriate materials. These steps include using an educationally-filtered service, restricted-access email, employing appropriate teaching practice and teaching e-safety to pupils.

I understand that the School can check my child’s computer files, and the Internet sites they visit, and that if they have any concerns about their e-safety or e-behaviour that they will contact me.

I will support the School by promoting safe use of the Internet and digital technology at home and will inform the school if I have any concerns over my child’s e-safety.

SIGNATURE

I understand that it is my responsibility to inform the School of any changes to this information as soon as possible.