• We want to know what you think about the Education Conference 2019

  • Check out our new 'A Year in View' Planner

  • New Traded Service Contact Booklet

  • New Project Box Options from the LSE

  • LSE Encouraging a Passion for Reading with The UK Reading Road Map

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GDPR is coming are you ready?

Under the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), schools will need to appoint a Data Protection Officer (DPO).

Does my school need to appoint a Data Protection Officer?
Yes. From May 2018, under GDPR a school must appoint a Data Protection Officer.

What does a DPO do?

In a nutshell, enable and help the school and its staff to comply with the GDPR. The DPO should encourage a ‘data protection culture’ (e.g. data protection by design, the use of data protection impact assessments, ensuring staff understand their data responsibilities, can / do comply with GDPR principles and follow the school’s data protection policy).

The DPO is the first point of contact for all stakeholders with regard to data – highlighting and upholding the principles of data processing, data subjects’ rights, records of processing activities, security of processing, and the notification and communication of data breaches.
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We want to know what you think about the Education Conference 2019
21 Mar
Please complete the survey here: https://gloucestershire-consult.objective.co.uk/public/staff/edconf2019/educationsurvey
Check out our new 'A Year in View' Planner
13 Mar
Welcome to the 2019/20 edition of the GCCPlus 'A Year in View' Planner. We will be looking to build on this document over the year so please let us know if there is anything you would like to see in the next year's edition at GCCPlus@gloucestershire.gov.uk Please be aware this is not an exhaustive list of everything you may have to do in the coming 12 months; merely a rough guide.
New Traded Service Contact Booklet
13 Mar
See attached for a downloadable guide to contacts and reasons to buy for all the great services available on GCCPlus.
New Project Box Options from the LSE
12 Feb
NEW! LSE is now offering 2 buying options for project boxes to suit all needs, delivered and collected to your school door! Option 1 – ‘Off the Shelf’ – 1 topic, up to 20 books Option 2 – 3 topics of your choice, up to 30 books Full list of available topics
LSE Encouraging a Passion for Reading with The UK Reading Road Map
26 Nov
LSE is very pleased to be involved in The UK Reading Road Map – ‘The Reading Road Map is an initiative that has been created to help encourage children to develop a new passion for reading. It is a tool for children, parents and educators to recommend different, up to date books, authors and genres.’ https://www.ukreadingroadmap.org