White paper: Data Subject Access Requests (DSARs) – A guide for schools
Anyone whose data you have, or those with parental responsibility, can request access to their information. This includes pupils, parents, employees, contractors, suppliers, partners, and so on – it is not just about pupils.
DSARs can come in any form – a letter, an email, a phone call, a direct message on social media, or can even be made in person. As such, everyone in your organisation needs to know how to recognise an access request and what to do with it.
Download this paper to understand who is responsible for handling DSARs, learn what data needs to be provided and what exceptions you must consider, and discover a process for responding to DSARs that you can adapt to meet your needs and comply with the law.