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GDPR for schools' commercial activities

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Last updated on 30 April 2018
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The GDPR will affect schools' commercial trading activities slightly differently to their core education services. If your school runs activities for profit, for example a sports centre or evening adult learning classes, read on to see how the rules differ.

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  1. 1 GDPR rules remain the same – implementation may differ
  2. 2 Identify your lawful basis for processing
  3. 3 Await new ePrivacy rules
  4. 4 The ICO has specific advice for small organisations

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