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The law on data protection will change on 25 May 2018 when the General Data Protection Regulation comes into force. 

Schools will need to take a number of steps to ensure compliance ahead of the May 2018 deadline. As a first step, you should identify the types of personal data held by your organisation and the sorts of data processing carried out on behalf of, for example, pupils and parents, employees, contacts and other members of the public. From this starting point, your school should consider whether such processing is lawful and otherwise carried out in accordance with the requirements of the regulation.

GDPR strategic planning

Failure to comply with the GDPR could lead to significant financial penalties being imposed on your school so it is critical that you review all data protection arrangements at a strategic level.

GDPR advice

At Wrigleys we can help your school with the following:

  • to understand your obligations under the GDPR including training.
  • to design and implement data mapping exercises to identify personal data held by your school and third parties and the processing carried out on your behalf.
  • to prepare the documents required to demonstrate compliance with the new legislation, including:
    • privacy notices
    • data protection policies
    • data protection agreements with third parties. 
  • untangle the knotty issue of consent including when consent to the processing of personal data is required and how it should be obtained. 

Contact Wrigleys to discuss how we are helping schools to prepare for GDPR.

GDPR Resources:

Article: "What will the EU’s new data protection regime mean for UK charities?" Peter Parker considers how charities can comply with changes to data protection law (Published by Civil Society in March 2017)

Data Protection and GDPR

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Leeds

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Alacoque Marvin View Biography

Alacoque Marvin

Solicitor
Leeds

Chris Billington View Biography

Chris Billington

Partner
Leeds

Sue King View Biography

Sue King

Partner
Leeds

Strong and stable: ignore the spin, the substance still matters

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Community-led housing: Lancaster gathering

Interested in community-led housing? Join us on Saturday 4 November at the Friend's Meeting House in Lancaster.

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Breakfast Briefing - 17 October

Date: 17 Oct 2017

Venue: Radisson Blu, Leeds

Speaker: Dr John McMullen, Partner at Wrigleys Solicitors

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Annual Charity Governance Seminar 2017

Date: 19 Oct 2017

Venue: Hilton City Leeds

Speaker: Sarah Atkinson , Julia Unwin CBE

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Philanthropy Impact - The role of professional advisers, philanthropists...

Date: 07 Nov 2017

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Speaker: Fran Hegyi, Executive Director, Hull UK City of Culture 2017; Andrew Dixon, Director, Culture Creativity Place, Bid adviser Leeds 2023; Other speakers TBC

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