The school collects, holds and uses a great deal of information about individuals, particularly pupils and adults connected with the school. Under the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (General Data Protection Regulation), data about living individuals is known as personal data. The regulation puts in place numerous safeguards for the use of data about individuals.
Under the GDPR, the data protection principles set out the main responsibilities for organisations:
Enfield Grammar School has a statutory duty to comply with the requirements of the GDPR as it collects data about pupils and adults associated with the school for school business. The school is also required to produce a privacy notice explaining how information is collected and processed.
Information about your rights under GDPR can be found on the Information Commissioner’s website:
All of the information we hold on individuals follows the six key principles:
- Fair, lawful and transparent
- Collected for specified, explicit and legitimate purposes
- Adequate, relevant and limited to what is necessary
- Accurate, and where necessary, kept up to date
- Kept in a form which permits identification for no longer than is necessary
- Processed in a manner that ensures appropriate security
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Today the Year 9 band and Dravko performed at Bush Hill Park Primary School in front of a baying crowd of primary students across all year groups. The sun shone, the music rocked and the reception of the staff, guests and students was amazing.
The event was part of a careers aspirations day arrange by our very own Governor, Paul Riddel, in his role as Chair of the Enfield Caribbean Association who do great work in and for our local community.
For Zdravko Danilov this was a homecoming gig and a chance to wow his former peers, which he did. He opened the concert with piano renditions of All Of Me by John Legend (Ddravko’s own arrangement) and Fur Elise by Beethoven, as is his versatility!
The Year 9 band, consisting of Ahmed Ibrahim, Josh Emsley, Miles Barnett-John, Freddie Pickles and Ben Rebario, performed a full set – a truly remarkable feat for students of such a young age. The ability to turn up and perform with such professional attitudes and musical standard is testimony to the amazing work our peripatetic staff put in with the extra-curricular ensembles, producing serious top-class musicians.
I would like to thank Bush Hill Park Primary for hosting such an amazing day and hosting us so warmly and a special thank you to Paul for the great work he does for our boys and the local community.
We left the school with chants from the audience (and staff!) for a third set, living up to the mantra ‘Leave them wanting more… not less’.
I am writing to outline the transition programme and enrolment procedures for Sixth Form. Please take careful note of the information outlined below, and ensure you keep all dates free to enable your attendance.
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I am writing to you regarding the summer examinations for Year 10 and 12 students at Enfield Grammar. These are a particularly important set of exams for both year groups as they will indicate progress towards final examinations in 2019.
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On the 22nd of March the regional finals of the UKMT Maths team challenge took place at Pimlico academy. The Challenge is a competition that gives students the opportunity to tackle a variety of engaging mathematical activities while developing teamwork and communication skills. The Enfield Grammar team was made up from Adam Demou, Matthew Parker, Lewis Pummell and James Purnell. The team performed admirably, gaining an impressive 30% increase in ranking compared to the previous year (even more impressively, the team had worked out this percentage increase for themselves). They enjoyed themselves immensely and the whole team would like to take part again as they are sure they can do even better.
Friday 23 March 2018 – 7.30pm – Main Hall, Upper School
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Is your child studying for GCSEs?
If so, or if they will in the future, you might be interested to know that GCSEs in England are
changing. The courses and exams are changing to ensure that young people have the
knowledge and skills they need to succeed in the 21st Century. The new GCSEs ensure that
students leave school better prepared for work or further study. They cover more challenging
content and are designed to match standards in the strongest performing education systems
elsewhere in the world.
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