GDPR - acceptable use agreements for pupils
It is important to ensure that pupils have a clear understanding of how they should use the internet and online resources in schools. Here are two agreements, one for primary pupils and one for secondary age pupils. These should be discussed with pupils so that they fully understand your expectations. Please note that these are sample agreements, which should be backed up by policy and privacy notices.
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