You can exercise this right under a Subject Access Request (SAR). This will allow you to know what information the Trust holds about you.
Making a request to access personal information under article 15 of General Data Protection Regulation is free of charge. However, please be aware the Trust will have discretion to decide whether to charge an individual when the request is repeated or unreasonable.
You should request the SAR form by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once you have completed your form, please return it to email@example.com. The more information you provide on this form, the easier it will be for us to locate your information. You must submit a copy of photographic ID along with your form. Your form can not be processed without the relevant ID.
Once the information you have requested has been confirmed, the Data Protection Officer will begin the process of contacting colleagues across the Trust and/or School to collate the information.
Before we release your information to you, it is very important that we review it to ensure that it does not contain the personal data of other individuals (third parties). All personal information of other individuals will be redacted (removed or blocked out), as it is not relevant to you.
We will release the data to you within 20 working days of your request.
Once we have prepared your data, we will contact you to discuss the most appropriate delivery method.
If you have any queries regarding your requested information, then you will be able to raise these with us via firstname.lastname@example.org
We take our data responsibilities seriously, in accordance with our data protection policy all data provided as part of a subject access request (SAR) will be deleted within seven years of the student leaving school (in the case of a student or parent request). Original copies of the requested information will remain where they were located and will be retained as per the Lionheart Academies Trust Data Retention Schedule.
All queries should be directed to the Trust’s Data Protection Officer in the first instance.