Personal Data Protection
All Personal Data is treated in strict confidence and is processed in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.
We will provide corresponding security measures according to existing technology to protect Personal Data and provide a reasonable assurance of security. We will endeavour to protect Personal Data from unauthorized access, disclosure, use, destruction, loss or divulgence. However, despite these security measures, please understand that the use of computer networks has inherent risks and there is no absolute guarantee of security on the Internet.
Provision of Accurate Information
You should ensure that the Personal Data you provide is true and accurate. We will not assume any legal liability arising from any inaccurate, unauthorized or false information that you provide. If you provide any Personal Data that belongs to others, you must ensure that their proper consent and authorization has been obtained.
When you visit the Website, non-personally identifiable data about you is automatically detected and logged by our servers. Typically, this will include your domain name and location, the page(s) visited, search terms and search engines used and the web browser used. Such information is used by us solely to monitor usage of the Website and to find ways of improving it. This information is never loaned or sold to any third parties.
If you wish to restrict or delete cookies already on your computer, you can do so through your browser. For more information on cookies and how to manage them, please visit www.allaboutcookies.org.
The Website is intended to be used by persons aged 18 and above. Persons under 18 years of age should view the Website with a parent or guardian. Prior consent of a parent or guardian is required whenever we collect Personal Data about a child under 18 years of age on the Website.
Personal Data that We Collect and Use
We may collect, process, use, store, share, transfer or otherwise disclose Personal Data you provide to us. We may request Personal Data from you via the Website:
- When you send enquiries about Dulwich to us via the Website:
- When you subscribe for newsletters and other information about Dulwich
- When you or your child applies to a Dulwich school via our online portal:
- When you request to schedule an open day or visit a Dulwich school.
- When you or your child applies to any activity held in conjunction with or organized by any Dulwich school.
“Personal Data” means information that can be used to identify you or your child, either separately or in conjunction with other information. This may include name, date of birth, contact information and other information required for admissions purposes such as nationality, address, ID, visa, residency, language, education, medical, personal interests, dietary needs, learning and pastoral needs, preferences and accomplishments. For each case in which we request to collect Personal Data from you, the purpose and scope of the collection will be clear. We will only use this information for the purposes and to the extent which you have consented.
Personal Data Storage
In principle, all Personal Data will be stored within the legal jurisdiction in which it is collected. We may, however, provide services to you via resources and servers outside of your jurisdiction of residence and, due to Dulwich College International Group’s global operating and management requirements, we may transfer and store your Personal Data outside of your jurisdiction of residence with members of Dulwich College International Group globally to the extent permitted under applicable law.
We will continue to retain Personal Data that we collect for as long as is reasonably necessary to fulfil the original purpose of collection and as may be required under applicable law.
Sharing, Transfer and Disclosure of Personal Data
1. Sharing and Transfer of Personal Data
“Recipients” may include but are not limited to: educational institutions, educational service providers, performing arts institutions, arts organisations, sport organisations, professionals (individuals as well as organisations) involved in teaching and learning at a Dulwich school, university counseling service providers, data analysis service providers, co-curricular service providers, school trip and travel providers, advertising service providers, product suppliers and service providers which the Dulwich school may inform you of.
2. Non-identifiable Personal Data
We may gather statistics with respect to academic performance and applications for admission and share with members of the Dulwich College International Group or other institutions or publicly disclose such statistics and analytical data, for the purpose of analyzing the operations of the relevant Dulwich school or Dulwich College International Group. Such data will not consist of any Personal Data.
Save as permissible above, we will only disclose your Personal Data to third parties or the public with your consent or based on applicable laws and regulations.
Managing Your Personal Data
We may decline your requests if the laws and regulations so require, or if it is impracticable to fulfil your requests based on present circumstances. For example, if your child is currently enrolled at Dulwich, we will be unable to immediately fulfil your request to revoke your authorization to use and collect Personal Data relating to your child. Even if we delete your child’s Personal Data upon your request or you successfully revoke your authorization, we still have the right to retain and use anonymized data that we have collected based on your earlier authorization. Such anonymized data will not be personally identifiable.
Links to Other Sites
Dulwich accepts no responsibility for the content of third party sites linked to or by this Website or by any other Dulwich school website, which you view at your own risk.
All materials, design, content and data on the Website are protected by copyright under copyright laws throughout the world. While you may download or print these materials, designs, content or data on the Website for your own personal use, you may not reproduce, sell, publish, distribute or reprint any material, design, content or data on the Website for any commercial purpose without our explicit permission. Requests to use any materials, designs, content or data should in the first instance be addressed to email@example.com.
If you have any questions, comments, suggestions or requests, including but not limited to requests regarding the management of your Personal Data, please contact us by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.