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Parent Privacy Notice / GDPR

Software

To fulfil the GDPR regulations, we are required to ask parental permission before storing data about our pupils. We use a wide variety of software that require us to store pupils’ usernames and their work. Children’s work created with these tools are completely private and will not be shared beyond the programme unless parents have given permission with the photograph permission agreement.

Details of software that require children's personal details:

Software Information shared by school Other data held on software
Purple Mash by 2simple - Educational website used to support computing curriculum Child’s full name and year group Any work produced by the child on the programme.
2Build a profile by 2simple - Evidence collecting and assessment tool. Child’s full name, date of birth, unique pupil number, gender, year group Observations and assessments added by staff.
Google Suite - docs, sheets, slides, classroom. Allows children to work on Chromebook laptops Child’s full name Any work produced by the child in the suite.
Class Dojo - behaviour management website Child’s first name Points collected or deducted by child.
OTrack by Optimum - Assessment Tool (software for teaching staff use only) Child’s full name, date of birth, unique pupil number, gender, year group Child’s assessment data for every subject added by staff.
Seesaw - Evidence collecting tool that allows parents to privately view their child’s work. Child’s first name and year group Any work produced or posted by the child on the programme.
Teach my Monster to Read - games aimed at improving reading. Child’s first name and year group Scores and levels the child achieves on the games.
TT Rock Stars - game aimed at improving times tables. Child's full name (only teachers can see this information, all other users will only see the child's made up rock star username.) Scores and levels the child achieves on the games.

 

 

 
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