Asker International School’s (AIS) mission is to create an environment where students are safe and learn best.
Asker International School will seek to assist each student to develop to his/her full potential, to become a versatile, effective and responsible citizen of the world. We will do this within a secure and stimulating environment, delivering curricular programmes developed and authorized by the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO), with English as the medium of instruction.
Protecting our customer’s privacy is fundamental to our organisation. As such, AIS commits to the following points:
We never sell your data or student data.
We never advertise on our digital platforms for any gain, financial or otherwise.
Student work on line is by default private.
We endeavour to ensure security protocols are followed.
We are transparent about our practices.
Our digital partners are compliand with GDPR requirements as of 25th May 2018.
Our digital partners as of May 2018 are:
Faria Systems - GDPR compliant as of 25th May
SeeSaw - GDPR compliant as of 25th May
Google Cloud - GDPR compliant as of 25th May
SurveyMonkey - GDPR compliant as of 25th May
Visma - GDPR compliant as of 25th May
WHO DOES AIS COLLECT INFORMATION FROM?
AIS creates information from our staff, our students and our parent body. The data collected is necessary to our operation and organisation and is not gathered to fulfill any other purpose or personal or financial gain.
WHAT INFORMATION DOES AIS COLLECT?
AIS collects personal data on our staff such as home address, personal number, next of kin and bank account details. The school also requires a police certificate (also known as a criminal records check) which is destroyed upon recipt. The school also keeps a folder of information which may contain copies of qualifications, references and a copy of a curriculum vitae.
AIS collects personal data such as school reports, medical data, home addresses, next of kin and possibly information from previous institutes and schools. The school also has internal documentation on the social and learning environment.
This information can be solicited by external organisations such as child services or local pedagogical services. Child services can solicit the information without parental consent. Pedagogical services require parental consent before the information can be shared.
AIS collects personal data such as contact information (phone, mail, other), home address and banking information.
The school does not share information with third party organisations unless parental consent is provided, or legal grounds exist where the school is obliged to submit data.
School mail system
The school may collect information that has been communicated and shared by parents or other organisations electronically such as through our mail service or through other means such as sms or othe multimedia messaging services such as whatsapp.
HOW DOES AIS USE THE INFORMATION?
AIS primarily uses gathered information to further our educational provision and improve what we do in school. Any other data collection is done in accordance with national or local requirements.
For example we use this information to:
Allow students to access internal systems such as the school curriculum and online lessons and resources.
Provide staff and students with a digital platform for storing and sharing information.
Notify parents via reporting and other similar ways that provide them with information on student progress and development.
DOES AIS ALLOW ADVERTISING OR SHARE DATA FOR ADVERTISING?
Who do I contact if I have a question about my personal data?