All data that we hold about you or your organisation are maintained solely for the use of St Andrew’s Pre-School in conducting our normal business. We never sell your information, or pass it on to a third party unless we are required to do so to meet legal obligations, for example, if information is requested by law, by a court, or by the Charity Commission.
Summary of data held for communication purposes, and how we use them
When you complete our application form in anticipation of your child attending our Pre-School we keep that information in order to communicate with you about your child until your child leaves St Andrew’s Pre-School. This includes your name, address, email and telephone number. We will also hold additional information about your child, including medical and educational needs, so that we can fulfil our obligations to him or her safely and promptly while they are in our care.
Our usual means of communication are email or telephone (mobile, work or landline). We may also use your personal telephone number (mobile or work) if we need to contact you about your child in an emergency.
We do not hold information about parents/carers or potential parents/carers for any marketing purposes.
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