Privacy Hub

Data Protection – GDPR

Alps was developed to support schools and colleges, and groups of schools to drive performance improvement through good use of data. Protecting the sensitive data schools and colleges choose to send to us is a top priority.

At Alps we have now updated our systems and terms and conditions in line with the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) to ensure that we can carry on supporting schools and colleges.
We will keep you informed of any updates to our data protection documents or systems, if the Government guidance on how to apply GDPR, which is still being developed, requires us to change these further.

Data Protection – Alps Terms,Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy

Site Terms and Conditions

Our Alps Site Terms and Conditions explain how our services work and how we ensure privacy and security. This is the document we require schools and colleges to agree to before uploading data to us. It explains what we require from schools and colleges if they choose to use Alps.

In terms of the services we provide, schools and colleges, as the data controllers, are required under the GDPR to have a written contract with us, the data processor, which fulfils certain requirements set out in the GDPR.

Our Terms and Conditions have been updated to reflect these requirements and now also serve as a GDPR processing agreement.

VIEW OUR SITE TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Privacy Policy

This document underpins the policies, promises and contracts we make with schools and colleges relating to the education data that Alps processes.  We are committed to protecting and respecting your privacy.

The Privacy Policy together with our Site Terms and Conditions (and any other documents referred to in them) sets out the basis on which any personal information we collect from you, or that you provide to Alps, will be processed by us.

VIEW OUR PRIVACY POLICY


Cookie Policy

Our Cookie Policy sets out which cookies that we use and how we use cookies to help us to provide you with a good experience when you browse our website.

VIEW OUR COOKIE POLICY

 

GDPR Compliance

Our Compliance Statement confirms how we comply with GDPR in terms of our services to schools and colleges, and answers many of the frequently asked questions we receive, including how we store data, how long we retain data and how we might share data.

VIEW OUR GDPR COMPLIANCE STATEMENT

 

Data Protection – Further Information For Schools

Important Updates for Schools and Colleges – Alps Connect 

Although not strictly under GDPR, this short briefing contains important updates relating to using Alps for 2018-19, including how access to Alps Connect for Alps clients will work. Read More

Information for Students and Parents
This sets out our position with respect to student data, the position of the school or college, and what we do if there is a query from a student or parent. Read More

GDPR – Profiling warning for schools and colleges

Profiling is defined under GDPR as the automated processing of personal data to evaluate certain things about an individual, this statement sets out our position on potential profiling using Alps analysis.Read More

Suggested text for Inclusion in School Privacy Notices

Schools and colleges are obliged to include information on data they hold and process in their Privacy Notices. We have set out some suggested text for your notices in relation to the services we provide. Read More

Use of the Assembly Platform (https://assembly.education)

In some cases Alps uses Assembly to connect school or college data to Alps, if requested by the school or college.  We comply with the terms of Assembly’s developer agreement, and the joint privacy pledge which ensures GDPR compliance and ensures that schools  and colleges remain the data controller of the data they hold and send to Alps, via Assembly, for processing.  For more information see http://assembly.education/developer-agreement/

Contact Us

We will keep you informed on any further updates that we make. If you have any queries in the meantime please contact us on 01484 887 600 or email us at [email protected]

Please be aware that this statement is not intended to be formal legal advice. We recommend that you seek your own expert advice wherever relevant.