GDPR Privacy Notice

GDPR Privacy Notice

Teeny Days Nursery’s Privacy notice

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect from 25th May 2018 and replaces previous Data Protection directives and provides a framework to ensure personal information is handled properly.
Teeny Days Nursery is registered with the ICO (Information Commissioners Office) who enforce the GDPR.

This privacy notice is being provided by Teeny Days Nursery, 360 Selbourne Road, Luton LU4 8NU.

The Data Protection Officer at Teeny Days Nursery is Tahareem Farquhar, who may be contacted at admin@teenydays.co.uk.

Introduction
Teeny Days Nursery is committed to ensuring that any personal data we hold about you and your child is protected in accordance with data protection laws and is used in line with your expectations.

This privacy notice explains what personal data we collect, why we collect it, how we use it and how we protect it.

What personal data do we collect?
We collect personal data about you and your child to provide care and learning that is tailored to meet your child’s individual needs. We also collect information in order to verify your eligibility for funded childcare as applicable.

Personal details that we collect about your child include:
 your child’s name, date of birth, address, health and medical needs, development needs, and any special educational needs
Where applicable we will obtain child protection plans from social care and health care plans from health professionals.

We will also ask for information about who has parental responsibility for your child and any court orders pertaining to your child.

Personal details that we collect about you include:
 your name, home and work address, phone numbers, email addresses, emergency contact details, and family details

This information will be collected from you directly in the registration form.

If you apply for up to 30 hours funded childcare, we will also collect:
 your date of birth and national insurance number or unique taxpayer reference (UTR), if you’re self- employed. We may also collect information regarding benefits and family credits that you are in receipt of.

Why we collect this information and the legal basis for handling your data
We use personal data about you and your child in order to provide childcare services and fulfil the contractual arrangement you have entered into. This includes using your data to:
 contact you in case of an emergency
 to support your child’s wellbeing and development
 to manage any special educational, health or medical needs of your child whilst at our setting
 to carry out regular assessment of your child’s progress and to identify any areas of concern
 to maintain contact with you about your child’s progress and respond to any questions you may have
 to process your claim for up to 30 hours funded childcare (only where applicable)
 to keep you updated with information about our service

With your consent, we will also record your child’s activities for their individual learning record. This may include photographs and videos. Upon registering your child, we seek your permission for this however, you
will have the opportunity to withdraw your consent at any time, for images taken by confirming so in writing.

We have a legal obligation to process safeguarding related data about your child should we have concerns about their welfare. We also have a legal obligation to transfer records and certain information about your child
to the school that your child will be attending (see Transfer of Records policy).

Who we share your data with –
In order for us to deliver childcare services we will also share your data as required with the following
categories of recipients:
 Ofsted – during an inspection or following a complaint about our service
 banking services to process chip and pin and/or direct debit payments (as applicable)
 the Local Authority (where you claim up to 30 hours funded childcare as applicable)
 the government’s eligibility checker (as above)
 our insurance underwriter (if applicable)
 our setting software management provider (if applicable)
 the school that your child will be attending

We will also share your data if:
 We are legally required to do so, for example, by law, by a court or the Charity Commission;
 to enforce or apply the terms and conditions of your contract with us;
 to protect your child and other children; for example by sharing information with social care or the police;
 it is necessary to protect our/or other’s rights, property or safety

 We transfer the management of the setting, in which case we may disclose your personal data to the prospective buyer so they may continue the service in the same way.

We will never share your data with any other organisation to use for their own purposes.

How do we protect your data?
We protect unauthorised access to your personal data and prevent it from being lost, accidentally destroyed, misused, or disclosed by keeping it in a safe, locked cupboard in the nursery office.

How long do we retain your data?
We retain your child’s personal data for up to 3 years after your child no longer uses our setting, or until our next Ofsted inspection after your child leaves our setting. Medication records and accident records are kept for
longer according to legal requirements. Your child’s learning and development records are maintained by us and handed to you when your child leaves or passed onto your child’s next setting. Permission for this is also sought from you upon registration.

In some instances (e.g. child protection, or other support service referrals) we are obliged to keep your data for longer if it is necessary to comply with legal requirements (see our Children’s and Provider Records policies).

Automated decision-making
We do not make any decisions about your child based solely on automated decision-making.

Your rights with respect to your data –
You have the right to:
 request access, amend or correct your/your child’s personal data
 request that we delete or stop processing your/your child’s personal data, for example where the data is no
longer necessary for the purposes of processing; and
 request that we transfer your, and your child’s personal data to another person

If you wish to exercise any of these rights at any time or if you have any questions, comments or concerns about this privacy notice, or how we handle your data please contact us. If you continue to have concerns
about the way your data is handled and remain dissatisfied after raising your concern with us, you have the right to complain to the Information Commissioner Office (ICO). The ICO can be contacted at Information
Commissioner’s Office, Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire, SK9 5AF or ico.org.uk/

Changes to this notice
We keep this notice under regular review. You will be notified of any changes where appropriate.

Notice devised January 2020

FREE 15 hrs for your 2 year old

Families who are claiming benefits and/or have a joint income of no more than £16,190 may be able to apply for up to 15 hours per week of free early education and childcare for their two year old children.

This can give you more time to take up a college course or return to work, as well as give your child the opportunity to learn, play with friends, experience new activities and get ready for school.

Contact us today to check your eligibility.

Opening Times

Monday To Friday:
8:00am to 6:00pm

Saturday & Sunday:
Closed

Contact Us

Talk To Us:
01582 584 900

Email Us:
admin@teenydays.co.uk

Visit Us:
360 Selbourne Road, Luton, LU4 8NU