Freedom of Information
The Freedom of Information Act 2000 provides a right of access to a wide range of information held by public authorities. You can seek any recorded information that you think we may hold.
Your request must be in writing and can be either posted or emailed to us. For postal requests, please send to the following address:

Education Impact Academy Trust Head Office
Wood End Road, Erdington, B24 8BL

Email requests should be sent to foi@educationimpact.org.uk

If you would have difficulty making a written request, please call our MAT Compliance/ Data Protection Officer on 0121 809 2489.

Subject Requests
Under data protection law, the Data Protection Act 2018 and GDPR individuals have rights including the right to know what information is held about them and the right to access that information. More information is provided in our privacy notice below.

Requests to exercise your data protection rights may be made in writing, by email, or by speaking to us. For copies of your personal information, you may need to provide information to verify your identity and an indication of what information you are requesting will enable us to locate this in an efficient manner.

Our named Data Protection Officer (DPO) is Danielle Faragher. Please forward any queries regarding data protection to dpo@educationimpact.org.uk.

Danielle Faragher
Danielle Faragher – Data Protection Officer

Statement about the processing of biometric data

This statement confirms that, at Queensbury school, we do not store or process any form of biometric data, such as fingerprints or retina scans. The local governing board and data protection officer (DPO) will review this statement on at least an annual basis. The next scheduled review date for this statement is September 2022. 

If the school does decide to store or process biometric data, a policy will be implemented for the processing of such data, which would be made available on the school website. Any changes made to the school’s position on the processing of biometric data will be clearly communicated to all staff, parents and pupils. 

If you have any questions about this statement, please contact the Data Protection Officer via email: dpo@educationimpact.org.uk.