Parental Consent for Trips / Events
Please use this form to consent for your child to participate in a trip or event.
#Please note that for all trips requiring payment, payment will be required in order to secure your child's place.
Please select which Trip/Event you are giving consent for:
Community Outreach Programme
Keeping Safe Personal Development Session - Tuesday 25 February 2020
Year 8 Discover Higher Education at Portsmouth University - Wednesday 4 March 2020
Child's Full Name
Name of Parent/Carer:
Contact number at time of Trip/Event
Please tick to confirm the following:
I confirm that I have parental responsibility.
He/She is in good health and I consider him/her to be capable of taking part in the activities set out in your email.
I consent to him/her taking part in the trip/event as detailed in the email.
I give permission for my child's photograph to be taken and used for publicity purposes.
I understand that the college holds an insurance synopsis that can be view on the college website.
In the event of illness or accident, I consent to any necessary medical treatment which might include the use of anesthetics.
Please include any additional information required below.
Data Protection Act (GDPR) 2018
The information that you provide on our forms will be held on the computerised database maintained by the college as the data controller. Your data will be used in accordance with the principles set out in the GDPR 2018, which protects the right to privacy of individuals whose personal details are held by the data controller. The Henry Cort Community College will only make details available within the Local Authority; to Hampshire County Council (HCC) schools and their governance bodies; the Department of Education (DfE) or any other bodies involved with the care of children in this college. This information is gathered in order to enable the provision of education and other associated functions. In addition, the college may be required by law to collect, use and share certain information. In accordance with HCC’s retention schedule we will keep students’ data including religion, and medical information until the child reaches age 22, unless there is a child protection issue, in which case the records will be kept until age 25. This information is used by DfE and HCC.
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