This statement sets out the AISSA/SA Independent Schools Block Grant Authority (“the Organisations”) policy relating to the privacy of your personal information.
The AISSA/SA Independent Schools Block Grant Authority (“the Organisations”) collect/s personal information, including sensitive information, about students, school employees, school governors and others who interact with the Organisations.
The AISSA website collects the information that is voluntarily supplied, by yourself or your delegate. The information supplied includes personal information to register for an AISSA event, contact details to receive further information about AISSA, the project/s the Organisations are undertaking with you and any other information you may specify from time to time.
The AISSA website collects the following information from users:
1. A record of your visit and logs the following information for statistical purposes - the user's IP address, the date and time of the visit to the site, the pages accessed and documents downloaded, the previous site visited and the type of browser used. No attempt will be made to identify individual users or their browsing activities except, in the unlikely event of an investigation, where a law enforcement agency may exercise a warrant to inspect our web server logs. This information may be analysed periodically to determine the site's usage statistics.
2. AISSA retains the e-mail address of people who send E-mails through any online forms or via any email addresses published on the site, for the purpose of sending a response. They are stored securely on Boylen’s web server and will not be used for any other purpose nor disclosed to a third party without your consent.
The Organisations may, from time to time, disclose personal information to others for advisory, administrative, child protection, legal or educational purposes. Such disclosures will only be in relation to the primary purpose of collection, or for secondary purpose, related to the primary purpose, and which the individual would reasonably expect. If the Organisations do not receive the information referred to above, it may not be able to provide the relevant service to the school, student, school employee or others.
The Organisations occasionally uses contractors to assist the Organisations in its functions and discloses relevant personal information to these contractors to enable them to meet their obligations.
The Organisations may store personal information in the ‘cloud’ which may mean that it resides on servers which are situated outside of the Organisations.
Any questions in relation to the collection, use and disclosure and retention of personal information collected by the Organisation may be directed to the AISSA Chief Executive.