RICHMOND DANCE SCHOOL informs you that:
The personal data provided by you through the Website https://richmonddanceschool.com/ (hereinafter, the Website or the Website):
They will be processed by RICHMOND DANCE SCHOOL for the purposes of managing the users of the Website, as well as the management of the services offered through the Website. Likewise, RICHMOND DANCE SCHOOL will process the data to manage the enquiries it receives from clients and to send advertising and commercial information, by different means, to them about the company, its activities, products, services, offers, special promotions, as well as documentation of different nature and by different means of commercial information about the company, being able to make automatic evaluations, obtain profiles and segmentation tasks of its clients, based on the information it has about them, in order to personalise the treatment according to their characteristics and/or needs. The processing of data for these purposes will be maintained for as long as you maintain any business or contractual relationship with RICHMOND DANCE SCHOOL and even after the termination of such relationships for a maximum of five years.
Likewise, we inform you that in the event that you authorise the sending of commercial communications, you consent to your personal data being communicated, where appropriate, to the companies of the RICHMOND DANCE SCHOOL Group, understood as such those that are collected in an updated manner on the website www.richmonddanceschool. com, which belong to the real estate sector, for the purpose of facilitating a global control and management of the users of the Website and the enquiries made by them, as well as for sending information to them about their products and services exclusively related to the sector of activity of each of them, through different means.
In the specific case of the data provided through the “Work with us” section:
They will be treated by RICHMOND DANCE SCHOOL with the purpose is to manage the selection processes carried out in the Entity during the time of conservation of your curriculum as stipulated below.
RICHMOND DANCE SCHOOL will keep the curricular data provided, as well as, if applicable, the curriculum itself in .pdf or .doc format provided, for a maximum period of 1 year, after which it will proceed to its destruction. In this sense, if you wish to continue participating in the selection processes carried out by RICHMOND DANCE SCHOOL, please send us your CV again after the aforementioned period has elapsed.
In the specific case of the data provided through the “Complaints mailbox”:
They will be processed by RICHMOND DANCE SCHOOL for the purpose of processing the complaints received through the complaints mailbox set up by RICHMOND DANCE SCHOOL or through any other appropriate means, in accordance with the provisions of its Code of Ethics.
The aforementioned personal data may be transferred to the companies of the RICHMOND DANCE SCHOOL Group in case it is necessary for the investigation, processing and/or resolution of the complaint.
The basis of legitimacy is the legitimate interest of RICHMOND DANCE SCHOOL in relation to the exclusion of criminal liability of legal persons. The data will be retained for the duration of the processing of the complaints, and thereafter for the applicable legal periods.
You guarantee that the data provided are true, accurate, complete and up to date, and you shall be liable for any direct or indirect damage or harm that may be caused as a result of non-compliance with this obligation. In the event that the data provided belong to a third party, you guarantee that you have informed said third party of the aspects contained in this Policy and obtained their authorisation to provide their data to RICHMOND DANCE SCHOOL for the aforementioned purposes.
When the personal data are collected through the form, it will be necessary that you provide at least those marked as obligatory, since, if these data considered necessary are not provided, RICHMOND DANCE SCHOOL will not be able to accept and manage the web service, consultation or request formulated.
To exercise your rights of access, rectification, suppression, opposition, limitation to treatment and portability with respect to your personal data, or to request more information, you can contact our Data Protection Delegate by means of a communication with the reference “Data Protection” URBANIZACION LA HACIENDA DEL SENORIO CIFUENTES No 1804 ,
29679 BENAHAVIS MÁLAGA or firstname.lastname@example.org
In any case, a complaint may be lodged with the Spanish Data Protection Agency (www.aepd.es).
Terms and Conditions for our Richmond Dance School customers
Refunds only given within the first two weeks of the term, after this if the child decides to stop attending it is not on the school’s responsibility to refund the remainder of lessons.
The school may at any given time ask the child to stop attending the lessons should the behaviour be inappropriate.
Any lesson’s cancellation due to school’s other events clashing will not be the responsibility of RDS however we will try our best to add the extra lesson at the end of the term. We aim to offer at least 10 sessions per term however some terms will see 9 lessons whist another term will have 11 or even 12 lessons. The termly fee remains the same throughout the academic year regardless of how may lessons we teach within the term.
In the adversity of a child falling ill or injuring himself in class we will do our best to see to the incident however we are not medically trained to take responsibility in solving the situation nor to prevent it from happening.
By enrolling your child in our dance club you are agreeing to the above
RICHMOND DANCE SCHOOL SAFEGUARDING PROCEDURES
- Richmond Dance School acknowledges its responsibility to safeguard the welfare of every child and young person and is committed to providing a safe environment for all. We recognise that a child is anyone under the age of 18 and subscribe to The Richmond Dance schoolSafeguarding Children Policy and Procedures.
RDS endorses and adopts the following key safeguarding principles:
- the child’s welfare is, and must always be, the paramount consideration;
- all children and young people have a right to be protected from abuse regardless of their; age, gender, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, marital status or civil partnership, race, nationality, ethnic origin, colour, religion or belief, ability or disability, pregnancy and maternity;
- all suspicions and allegations of abuse will be taken seriously and responded to swiftly and appropriately
- working in partnership with other organisations, children and young people and their parents/carers is essential. We acknowledge that every child or young person who plays or participates in football should be able to take part in an enjoyable and safe environment and be protected from poor practice and abuse.
RDS recognises that this is the responsibility of every adult involved in our club.
- RDS has a role to play in safeguarding the welfare of all children and young people by protecting them from physical, sexual or emotional harm and from neglect or bullying. It is noted and accepted that The Safeguarding Children Regulations apply to everyone in dance whether in a paid or voluntary capacity, including coaches/managers, volunteers, or medical staff or other club officials/helpers.
- We endorse the Safer Recruitment guidelines and we strive to:
- Specify what the role is and what tasks it involves;
- Request identification documents;
- As a minimum meet and chat with the applicant(s) and where possible interview people before appointing them;
- Ask for and follow up with 2 references before appointing someone; and
- Where eligible require DBS enhanced with barred list Check, in line with our current Safeguarding Children Policy and Regulations.
All current RDS members working in eligible roles with children and young people, such as coaches/managers and physiotherapists, are required to hold an in- date FA accepted DBS enhanced with barred list check as part of safer recruitment practice.
- 4. We acknowledge and endorse the identification of bullying as a category of abuse. Bullying of any kind is not acceptable at our club. If bullying does occur, all players and parents/carers should be able to access our anti- bullying policy and know that incidents will be dealt with appropriately. Incidents need to be reported to
- 5. At RDS, safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility, and we know that inaction is not an option. If anyone is worried about a child, it is important that they report their concerns
. If the matter is clearly serious, all our members should be aware that they can:
- Contact the RDS Principal on 07931342926
- Contact the Police or Children’s Social Care; and/or
- Call the NSPCC 24-hour Helpline for advice on 0808 800 5000 or text 88858 or email email@example.com.
RDS Committee understands and accepts our collective responsibility to adhere to our safeguarding children policy and procedures.
We commit to ensuring our members are aware of and have access to our policies.