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Centre for School Leadership Data Protection Update May 2018

Clare Education Centre

Administration for The Centre for School Leadership (CSL) is undertaken by Clare Education Centre. Please refer to the Data Privacy Statement of Clare Education Centre which  directs the work of CSL.

A new data protection regulation, GDPR, is coming into force on May 25th 2018. It applies to organisations that are based in the EU.

Clare Education Centre is sending out an e-mail to schools to outline our approach to maintaining continued contact and to make clear to all Clare Education Centre service users what their data rights are with respect to knowing:

a) what data Clare Education Centre collects on its service users;

b) what Clare Education Centre does with user data; and

c) how to obtain a census of what data Clare Education Centre holds on you as a service user.

The answers to these questions are straightforward:

a) Clare Education Centre holds no information on its service users other than that which was given on school contact databases or participant contact forms (name, address, institution, title, e-mail address, participant role etc); that which service users voluntarily put on their Clare Education Centre website user account; information given to us on Expense Claims (expense details, bank paying-in details, and receipts); e-mails and correspondence; details of financial transactions made, for example course fee payments taken, and grants paid out to individuals or schools.


b) This limited amount of data that Clare Education Centre holds is only used for the following purposes: for having an up-to-date list of schools, event bookings, attendance rolls, course and project participants; for sending out communications, and staying in touch with schools, tutors and account users; for keeping track of who has paid course fees, when, and how much has been paid; for compliance with the Department of Education & Skills’ requests for information and legally-binding accounting purposes (e.g. knowing to whom Clare Education Centre has paid grants and expenses, when, and how much has been paid); e-mail addresses and contacts necessary for administering and carrying out Clare Education Centre projects and centre business.

c) If any Clare Education Centre service user would like further clarification on what data are kept on them personally, or, moreover, if any service user would simply like us to delete and dispose of any information we have on them, you can get in touch with the Centre Secretary of Clare Education Centre at any time using the following e-mail address: (please note, that Clare Education Centre will process such a request within legal parameters within 30 days).

Finally, please note that Clare Education Centre payments received as part of course fees are handled by third party banking websites, so we do not have any members’ PayPal/credit/debit card details at all; nor does Clare Education Centre analyse the cookie information that may be gathered on our website, nor do we sell any information on, nor do we give any information we have to third parties unless legally obliged to do so or unless the Education Centre network has a working relationship with relevant organisations for the provision of courses and projects. For specific courses or projects operated in collaboration with relevant organisation, such as support services, the Clare Education Centre protects the devices such data are stored upon, and is obligated to report to its service users any data breaches perpetrated.

Quality Assurance

The Centre for School Leadership (CSL) is charged with supporting the design, development and delivery of quality professional learning for school leaders. CSL has a responsibility to bring coherence, consistency and structure to the wide and increasingly expansive leadership professional learning landscape by quality assuring this learning. Our quality assurance process is designed to deliver this coherence and structure, and incorporates a framework for approval of professional learning programmes. This framework sets out the standards by which the leadership programmes and other activities will be evaluated in order to meet the approval of CSL. The framework, along with the Quality Framework for Schools (Leadership and Management), published in “Looking at our School 2016” will underpin the approval and evaluation of leadership programmes.

In 2017 CSL commenced the pilot phase of this quality assurance process. As part of the pilot phase we are publishing this Quality Assurance Handbook and Application Form on our website. The pilot phase will be completed by early 2018 and will then be reviewed.
We will update the Handbook and Application Form in spring 2018 in light of the learning from the pilot.  


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