Privacy Policy
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Privacy Policy

This website is operated by Century-TechLimited (registered number08482934)(“Century”). If you have any concerns regarding your data and privacy you can contact us at info@century.techor by mail at 22-24 Torrington Place, London, WC1E 7HJ.

When we use the terms “Company”, “we”, “us”, “our” and “ours” in this privacy policy we are referring to Century.

When we use the terms “you”, “your” and “yours” when used in this privacy policy we are referring to you the reader of this privacy policy.

Introduction to and how this document will help you understand how we respect your and help you protect your Personal Data.

Your Personal Dataand the way you and others (including here at Century) takecare of that data is very important. We know that you will expect us to be committed to the security, privacy and confidentiality of information provided by you or on your behalf. We want to be sure that you are able to understand the Personal Datathat we collect and what happens to that Personal Datawhilst we hold or have access to the data You will expect us to be transparent in our practices and be open with you in the unlikely event that things go wrong and something unexpected happens involving yourPersonal Data.

With your help and that of anySchool you may be associated with we want to make sure that the Personal Datathat we hold is always accurate and up to date. You will be able to check back with us and ask to see your Personal Dataheld by us at any time.

So, this privacy policy describes our current policies and practices with regard to any personal information collected by us whether from you directly, through the website or, if you are a Parent, Guardian or Carer, provided to us by a School with which we work.

What do we mean by “Personal Data”?

Personal information means any information which identifies you, and may include information such as your name, email address, telephone number and information specifically about you (and not any other person) thatwe either hold or have access to.Some data falls into a category known as Special Category Data where usually the processing of that data can only be undertaken with your express consent.

What is Special Category Personal Data?

Special Category Data is information relating to you as a person that identifies particular characteristics and where your privacy deserves special protection. Information relating the ethnicity, your health, religious beliefs, trade union membership and political affiliationsare examples of this kind of data.

Our Privacy Policy

To help you navigate through this document we divide it into sections that you can jump to by following the hyperlinks wehave inserted:

  • We tell you first how we, at Century, manage data protection;
  • We advise you that this policy may be updated from time to time;
  • We next tell you about the Personal Data that we collect about you;
  • How we receive your Personal Data–the various routes by which we may find ourselves in possession of your Personal Datacan be found here;
  • If you are user or about to become a user of the Century product(or thinking of becoming a user) the next section is important to you as it provides a lot of detail about the way we work with Schools and your students which necessarily involves collecting and processing your Personal Data;
  • And then we explain how we may use that Personal Data;
  • We explain procedures that we have in place for keeping your Personal Data up to date for so long as we are entitled to hold it;
  • We’ve invested extensively in technology to help us meet our Personal Data protection duties and we explain those arrangements including where your Personal Datamay be stored;
  • We explain in the next section for how long we retain Personal Data in various circumstances
  • When we co-operate with others such as in relation to education research and curriculum development how we make sure your data is not used as Personal Databut is anonymized;
  • We then tell you how cookies are applied when you are using our website;
  • We provide some important information about any links to other websites you may find and access on our website;
  • If you access our website from overseas this section is relevant to you;
  • You have various rights under Data Protection Legislation where we are expected to and we will assist you. We summarise your rights here;
  • Finally we help you understand how to raise issues of concern with you and provide you with contact details for the Information Commissioner’s Office;
How we manage Data Protection compliance