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The purpose of this document is to inform of the International French School (Singapore) policies on data collection, usage, disclosure, processing and protection, which are subject to the Singapore Personal Data Protection Act 2012 (“PDPA”).
The International French School (Singapore) is collecting the following data
Personal data is collected through forms, namely:
The International French School (Singapore) collects certain information through log files and cookies. This mainly concerns the following information: IP address at registration, pages visited in Parents’ Portal and requests, connection time and day. The use of such files allows the International French School (Singapore) to improve and personalise the service and to establish anonymous statistics.
The International French School (Singapore) is collecting personal data for the following purposes (list below not exhaustive):
Subject to express consent in the “Legal Authorisations” form, Lycée may:
For the purpose of school students in grades up to and including “Terminale”, parental consent is sufficient.
The International French School (Singapore) will collect and use personal data in accordance with the Personal Data Protection Act (2012). Consent to the School using such data as set out above can be given in the Student Contract, Legal Authorisation Form and Parents’ Portal.
Protection of Personal Data
The International French School (Singapore) undertakes to:
Parents have a right to see the personal data (subject to the exemptions listed below) and to request for data to be corrected if it is incorrect. Parents will be provided access to data held about their children whilst they are students at the School within the limitations of this policy.
Thanks to Parents’ Portal, parents have unlimited access to their data. Correction or withdrawal is possible at any time if needed.
The Legal Authorisation Form is submitted to parents on a yearly basis via the Parents’ Portal. It is always possible to change the answers provided to this form.
Lycée Français de Singapour retains the right to refuse access to:
Under certain circumstances, Parents may obtain from the International French School (Singapore) restriction of processing of the Data. To exercise this right, please contact the International French School (Singapore) Data Protection Officer: [email protected]
Thanks to Parents’ Portal, Parents can receive the personal data in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format and have the right to transmit those data to another controller.
To exercise this right, please log into Parents’ Portal, go to “Account settings” and click on “download my personal data”. The system creates an encrypted compressed file protected with a password.
Lycée Français de Singapour shall take reasonable effort to destroy or anonymise documents containing Personal Data as soon as it is reasonable to assume that:
Parents have the right to obtain erasure of the personal data under certain circumstances. To exercise this right, please contact the International French School (Singapore) Data Protection Officer: [email protected]
Personal Data may be disclosed by the International French School (Singapore) to its third-party service providers or agents in Singapore (such as travel agents, insurance companies and data hosting companies) for one or more of the Purposes. Personal Data may also be disclosed to some schools outside of Singapore or to the French Ministry of Education, the AEFE or any other institution under its responsibility which may be located outside of Singapore, for one or more of the Purposes.
The International French School (Singapore) will only share data for the purposes of eliciting a necessary service from these third party organisations and not for commercial gain.
The International French School (Singapore) signs contracts to ensure that the organisation is using the data purely for the intended purpose of providing the required service and that it is taking appropriate precautions to safeguard the data. In some instances, for example for online services, explicitly signed contracts do not exist.
In these instances, the School will ensure that the terms & conditions of the service include clauses that: