The Campion School recognises that personal privacy is an important issue, and we support the protection of internet privacy as required by UK legislation.
This page explains what types of personal information will be gathered when you visit the The Campion School's website and how this information will be used. Please note that although Campion's website provides links to other websites, this policy only applies to the School's web pages (ie. those ending in thecampionschool.org.uk).
Personal information is neither captured nor stored through the Campion website without the prior consent of users. Where we ask you for some personal information (eg. if you fill in an online form to give us feedback, or ask us to send you some information, etc.), we will tell you what we intend to do with the information you've given us. Any personal information that you provide to us will be used only for the purpose stated at the time we request it. We will not sell, license or trade your personal information to others. We do not provide your personal information to direct marketing companies or other such organisations.
We maintain logs of our web servers' activity. These log files include the IP address of every computer used to access the Campion website, and we use them to help us analyse usage of the Campion website.
Some parts of the Campion website (and other web applications such as Forms, Moodle, etc) require authentication with a username and/or password. We store information about the pages visited by logged-in users for statistical analysis purposes, but we don't monitor individual usage patterns. Logs containing the date and time of all logins and the identity of the user are kept and may be used for system diagnostic or problem solving purposes, but not for tracking or monitoring purposes.
Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000
It is also important to point out that in certain circumstances the Sch may be obliged to disclose information or undertake more detailed monitoring under the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000.