Sharing Your Data With Us

If you’re a school or college we work closely with, it’s likely that we’ve asked you to share data from your students. We use it to understand and report on who we’ve worked with and what impact our work has had.

Why do we collect your students information?

We are measured on the impact we have with the people we work with. A large part of that is looking at whether participants in our activities progress to higher education. To do that, we need to know who we are working with. Because our Outreach work is directly reportable to the Office for Students, we collect data from schools and colleges under Article 6(1)(e) of the GDPR, relating to Public Task. This means we do not have to have consent for the data we hold, but we do have to inform people we have it.

What do you need to do?

I’m a parent or carer, what does all this mean for my young person?


Want to find out more or speak to someone? Get in touch and we’ll be happy to chat everything through.

Data, in short...

Understanding why we collect data and what we do with it is important. Using your data helps us to improve our activities and develop our work. Watch the video below that relates to you to find out more about why we collect your data and what we do with it.

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