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DPO resource hub
Get to grips with your role
- 'Cheat sheet' for DPOs
Print this to help you remember the key GDPR principles, deadlines and definitions
- The role of the DPO
Read this for an in-depth explanation of your duties and the training you might need
Get your staff up to speed
- GDPR cheat sheet, and posters for your staff room and school office
Share our 'cheat sheet' with them, and display these posters around your school to help everyone remember the dos and don’ts
- 1-minute GDPR explainer
Share this ready-made, one-page summary with your colleagues
Dealing with subject access requests
- Subject access requests: guidance and template forms
Read the rules, and use our template forms to help you respond
- How to respond to subject access requests in the summer holidays
Find practical solutions to this issue, and a template letter to extend the deadline for 'complex' requests
Essential templates, model documents and guidance
- Personal data breach procedure and poster
Download our model procedure for use in the event of a data breach at your school, and put up the poster to help staff know what to do
- Your role in data protection impact assessments
Get clarity on where you should be involved, with a DPIA template and checklist to help you
- Data protection model policy
Download our GDPR-compliant model data protection policy and adapt it to your school's setting
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