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Privacy Policy


24 Norwich Road, Aylsham, Norfolk NR11 6BN

Tel: 01263 687154



Broadland School of Dance is a data controller and committed to complying with our legal responsibilities by under data protection law. We take your privacy seriously and will ensure your personal information is kept secure. When processing your data we are regulated under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and are responsible as controller of your information.

This is applicable to existing and prospective students at our school, anyone with parental responsibilities for existing and prospective students and any teachers/assistants and volunteers or chaperones.


This policy contains key information about how we use your personal data and your associated rights. 


The data we collect is necessary in order to provide you/your child with the service you are requesting and to ensure their safety at all times. This is detailed in the regulation as a legitimate basis for processing. Teachers are qualified and registered with the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing (ISTD) Examining board and teach this syllabus in Cecchetti Ballet, Tap and Modern Theatre Dance. Teachers are qualified and registered with the Acrobatic Arts Examining Board and teach their progressions.


Please be assured that the data we hold for you will only be released to a third party for the following reasons:

·      Contact details of any student and parent/guardian

·      Exam Entries (Student name, date of birth, gender and ethnicity)

·      Performances (Student name, date of birth, address, academic school/nursery)

·      Chaperones (Names, date of birth, emergency contact details)

·      Student medical conditions and/or disabilities and related information

·      Student learning, religious and other support needs

·      Risk assessments (students and others if required)

·      ISTD/Acrobatic Arts membership numbers and information

·      Reasonable adjustments or special circumstances taken to support any individual

·      Attendance and achievement records

·      Communications from/to and relating to any student or parent/carer

·      Information relating to standards of conduct

·      Accident/Incident reports and details of any injury and/or treatment 

·      Bank Details for any regular payments to/from us

·      Information relating to DBS Checks for Chaperones/Volunteers

·      Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic a register of all people entering and exiting the building will be kept for NHS test, track and trace purposes.


We need to process information about students and parents/carers for the following reasons:

Contractual Purposes

To provide the activity you have requested to participate in to you/your child. Communicate with you with information regarding dance/acrobatic arts classes. Inform you of any changes to our terms and conditions. Process payments for the activity. 

How we will use your information

To ensure the support and safety of students whilst participating in dance/acrobatic arts classes.

·      Carrying out Risk Assessments – if any individual has a medical condition it is the parent/carers responsibility to make us aware of any condition and (if appropriate) a separate risk assessments will be carried out for the individual.

·      Identify and reasonable adjustments or adaptations to support inclusion of all students. If an individual has any disability or special needs we may ask you to provide more information to enable us to identify and implement any action to support their learning. We may share this information with an exam board if we need to make examiners aware and/or apply for reasonable adjustments to be made in an exam situation.

·      Details of any allergies (especially food based allergies). We will need to make teachers/assistants/chaperones aware of any allergies to ensure your child is fully protected during group lessons/performances.

·      Responding to any comments, questions or complaints.

·      Maintain class attendance, progress and contact information for emergency purposes

·      Use of camera or filming in class and at performances to assist with teaching and for publicity purposes to promote our school. This will only be published with your consent (by signing agreement on the registration form) and in line with our safeguarding policy. You should advise us immediately if you no longer give permission for your child’s image to be used to publicise the school.

·      Exam, performance and competition entries. Information will be used and published if you have agreed to participate in any of these additional activities.


Legal Reasons

To comply with applicable laws and to protect the interests of our school. This includes but is not limited to the use of your information relating to legal claims and compliance and regulatory activity. 



With your consent, we may send you information by email, SMS and/or social media to keep you updated on events, activities, opportunities and products. You can request (at any time) for us to stop sending you this information by contacting us. We will not share your information with any other organisation except with your consent or in emergency/exceptional circumstances when the sharing of your information is to protect you/your child or any other person. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic we may need to share your information with the NHS in line with their test, track and trace policy.


Individual Rights

You have the right to see the information we hold about you or your child. Please keep us updated with any changes to your contact information (address/phone numbers) so we can contact you in an emergency.


Data Retention

If you leave the school, Broadland School of Dance will hold onto your information for 60 days. After this time your information will be deleted unless there is a lawful and legitimate reason for keeping hold of your data. If there is no lawful or legitimate reason for keeping hold of your data, we will delete your information after 12 months. Information regarding exam results are an exception as records of achievements will be kept on file.

Photographs and film footage captured for promotional and publicity purposes will continue to be used unless requested to be removed and if we are in agreement. Any footage considered to be of public interest will be kept and archived. Where footage has been published on social media, these platforms may continue to process your data after our retention period has lapsed. 

Information relating to accidents and injuries will be kept on file until the student reaches the age of 21.



We will always hold your information securely. To prevent unauthorised disclosure or access to information, we have implemented strong physical and electronic security safeguards. Any personal information we hold about you is stored and processed under our data protection policy, in line with the data protection act 1998.


Changes to our privacy policy

We will regularly review our privacy policy and any updates will be published on our website. This policy was last updated on 5th June 2022.






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