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Personal data: why we collect it, how we use it and how it is stored:

As part of GDPR Regulations & Mutual Sharing Data Agreement we are required to have your permission to control your personal data. Each one of the students in the school has a record with their contact & medical details. Therefore, if I’m unable to run a class for any unforeseen circumstances (e.g. weather conditions) or if something happens to your child, I am able to contact parents & guardians.

To comply with data protection, we must ask your permission to store & process your personal data. We do this through forms signed during enrolment. The enrolment pack can be downloaded here.

All data is locked away & Dance Attack staff have access to these files (Teachers, Assistants, Matrons/Chaperones, Costume Suppliers, Costumer Makers, Costume Designer & Dance Organisations for any outside competitions or events).

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