The Playground Mat is a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales (registered company no: xxxx) and a registered charity (registered charity no: xxxx), and it is the organisation that manages the website located at www.playgroundmat.co.uk (the “website”). The Playground Mat is referred to as “we,” “us,” or “our.” The address of its registered office is as follows: 48 Cross Street, Abergavenny, Gwent, NP7 5ER. The number of our registration with the ICO is xxxxxx.
Unless otherwise specified, Playground Mat acts as the data Controller for any personally identifiable information that is processed via the website or by the Centre. This privacy notice, together with our website’s terms and conditions, lays out the foundation on which we will treat any personal data that we acquire from or about you, or that you supply to us. This includes any information that might be used to identify you. This notice contains information on the website’s cookies policy.
You may reach us at the following number if you have any inquiries regarding the information included in this notice:
Playground Mat may be contacted at [email protected] or can be found at 48 Cross Street, Abergavenny, Gwent, NP7 5ER.
Or you may contact our Data protection Officer
You are entitled to certain protections under the legislation that governs data protection, and we wish to bring these to your attention. The rights that are accessible to you are contingent on the purpose for which we are processing your information and may only be invoked in specific scenarios. You can get additional information by visiting the website of the Information Commissioners or by contacting the DPO.
Your right to be informed is being exercised here, as you will learn what data we gather and how we put it to use after reading this notice.
You may get in touch with us at [email protected] if you want to make a request concerning any of your rights, or you can get in touch with the appropriate Centre team that is utilising your data. Thank you.
You may get in touch with us at [email protected], call us at 01873 857373, or use the complaints form that is available on the website if you have any questions or issues about the way that we are processing your data.
You are welcome to get in touch with the Information Commissioner’s office if you feel the need to lodge a formal complaint over the way in which we treat data.
We will collect personal information from the following types of users who visit and use this website or make use of the services provided by the Centre:
When we collect and use your information, we do so on the basis of a number of the permissible bases described in the GDPR.
Playground Mat has a legitimate interest in collecting and processing data about you and your use of the website in order to assess use, ensuring that the information and resources offered are relevant, and identify areas in which improvements may be made.
It is in the legitimate interest of Playground Mat to collect and process data from individuals who wish to join the Alumni Network, submit a job application, submit a referral for use of clinical services, or make a donation. These individuals may submit their information through the following methods: We also rely on Legitimate Interest as a justification for processing the data collected by CCTV at our London location. We do not think that the processing of your data will in any way compromise the rights that you are entitled to as a data subject.
We depend on an extra legitimate basis when we collect what are known as Special Category personal data, which includes information that is highly sensitive or private and might include things like ethnicity or health information.
To process this information, we will generally rely on your explicit consent (Article 9(2)(a)), or, where the processing is necessary for the purposes of the provision of health or social care or treatment (9(2)(h)), and for research purposes (9(2)j), we will comply with the relevant condition in the Data Protection Act 2018, which was passed in 2018.
Your personal information is stored in a safe environment, and we do not share it with any third parties that are not affiliated with the Anna Freud Centre unless we are required to do so by law. For instance, we must inform HMRC about Gift Aid payments. The information that you provide will only be used for the purpose(s) that were specified when it was collected; for example, in connection with your ongoing support as a donor, in order to provide you with the goods or services that you have requested, and/or in order to keep you informed about upcoming Playground Mat activity.
Your information is stored with us for a period of time that varies from one reason for which it was obtained to another. Data pertaining to the finances are stored for a period of six years. For administrative reasons, we maintain an up-to-date record of all of our contributions. We preserve a permanent record (with minimum data) of every Alumni, and we retain the data associated with your Alumni membership while you are still a member of the organisation. If you sign up to get a newsletter from us, we will keep your information until you ask to be removed from the mailing list. Data pertaining to training and competitions are stored until after the event has been completed. Applications for jobs are kept for a period of six months, or for a period of six years after the applicant has left the position, provided the application is successful. If you utilise a clinical service, the referral will be kept in your case file while you are using the service and for a period of up to 25 years after you have stopped using the service. Otherwise, referrals for clinical services are kept for a duration of six months.
We operate in conjunction with and for a variety of different organisations, and as a result, we could be the Controller, a Processor, or a joint Controller of personal data that is used for activities and services that are jointly provided. Each activity will come with its own individualised privacy notice, which will inform you of who we collaborate with to handle the processing of your data.
We outsource the collection and processing of payments and other data submissions made via the website to third parties. We have legal agreements in place with these organisations to guarantee that they will use your information responsibly and keep it in a safe location on our behalf.
When accepting credit and debit card payments for the purchase of products and services, we utilise the safe and secure payment sites provided by Barclays. Your personal information, including your name, address, phone number, and email address, as well as your credit and debit card details, will be requested by Barclays. Barclays is the only company that will keep a record of your card data. On their website, you will find a privacy statement that you may read.
On our behalf, Rapidata handles the information regarding your direct debit payments and gifts.
Signing up for the newsletter and registering alumni is handled by Mailchimp and Moosend respectively.
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You have the option to accept or refuse our non-essential cookies on your very first visit to any of our sites, and you may change this preference at any time by clicking on the cookies pop up [I could not find it on the website?].
If you visit this website again, a cookie will be used to determine whether or not you have previously agreed to allow cookies to be used. If you have indicated that you are okay with us using cookies on our website by clicking the box that says you do in response to the pop-up notice, then this cookie will be saved on your device or computer.
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The most recent review date was February 9th, 2022.