Please find below the School Video Production Privacy Policy. We collect certain information or data about you when you visit our web site. Information about General Data Protection Regulation can be found here GDPR. When considering working with us please check out our terms and conditions as well. Our Terms and Conditions explain more about copyright, and what to expect to expect in terms of our service to you. Feel free you call us if you have any queries either about our Privacy Policy or our Terms and Conditions.


In an increasingly interconnected and digitized world, the importance of a well-crafted and robust privacy policy cannot be overstated. As individuals, we share an unprecedented amount of personal information online, from our daily activities to our most intimate details. In this landscape, a comprehensive privacy policy serves as a safeguard, protecting our rights, promoting transparency, and fostering trust between organisations and their users.

At the heart of the matter lies the fundamental right to privacy, enshrined in various international and national laws and conventions. A privacy policy outlines an organisation’s commitment to respecting and upholding this right. It delineates how personal data is collected, processed, stored, and shared. By establishing clear guidelines, a privacy policy empowers individuals to make informed choices about their personal information and exercise greater control over their online presence.

Transparency is a cornerstone of a robust privacy policy. Users should know what data is being collected, how it will be used, and who will have access to it. A well-drafted privacy policy articulates these points in plain language, avoiding confusing jargon that might obfuscate the true intentions of the organisation. When users understand the data practices of a company, they can make informed decisions about whether to engage with its services, ultimately fostering a sense of control over their online interactions.

Beyond legal and ethical considerations, a privacy policy also plays a pivotal role in establishing trust. Users are more likely to engage with organisations that prioritise their privacy and security. When an organisation demonstrates a commitment to safeguarding personal data, it enhances its reputation and credibility. Trust, once earned, can translate into long-term relationships, repeat business, and positive word-of-mouth referrals.

Furthermore, a comprehensive privacy policy can have a positive impact on an organization’s bottom line. With the enforcement of regulations such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)  non-compliance can result in hefty fines. By ensuring that their data practices adhere to these regulations and communicating this clearly in their privacy policy, organisations can mitigate legal risks and avoid costly penalties.

Innovation and technological advancement also underscore the importance of a privacy policy. As organisations develop and deploy new services and technologies, it is crucial that user privacy remains a paramount consideration. A privacy policy that evolves in tandem with technological developments demonstrates an organisation’s adaptability and commitment to staying at the forefront of responsible data usage.

Moreover, a well-defined privacy policy promotes internal accountability within an organisation. It establishes guidelines for employees handling personal data, fostering a culture of responsibility and compliance. This can help prevent data breaches or misuse of information, safeguarding not only user privacy but also the organisation’s integrity.

For businesses operating in the digital realm, international markets are easily accessible. A thoughtfully crafted privacy policy can facilitate cross-border transactions by addressing the varying data protection laws of different regions. This adaptability ensures that an organisation’s practices align with the expectations and requirements of users worldwide.

In conclusion, a privacy policy is not just a legal formality; it is a crucial instrument that upholds the fundamental right to privacy, promotes transparency, builds trust, and facilitates responsible data practices. As individuals become more conscious of the value of their personal data and regulations continue to evolve, the role of a comprehensive privacy policy will only become more significant. Organisations that prioritize user privacy and create robust privacy policies stand to gain not only legal compliance but also a competitive edge in a digital landscape that values transparency and ethical data handling.

This includes:

  • Questions, queries or feedback you leave, including your email address if you send an email to School Video production.
  • Your IP address, and details of which version of web browser you used.
  • Information on how you use the site, using cookies and page tagging techniques to help us improve the website.
  • Details to allow you to access our services and transactions, eg an email address (you’ll always be told when this information is being collected, and it will only be used for the purpose you provide it for).

This helps us to: 

  • Improve the site by monitoring how you use it.
  • Respond to any feedback you send us, if you’ve asked us to.
  • Provide you with information about local services if you want it.
  • We can’t personally identify you using your data.

Where your data is stored:

We store your data on our secure servers in the UK.  By submitting your personal data, you agree to this.

Keeping your data secure

Transmitting information over the internet is generally not completely secure, and we can’t guarantee the security of your data.

Any data you transmit is at your own risk.

We have procedures and security features in place to try and keep your data secure once we receive it.

We won’t share your information with any other organisations for marketing, market research or commercial purposes, and we don’t pass on your details to other websites.

Disclosing your information

We may pass on your personal information if we have a legal obligation to do so, or if we have to enforce or apply our terms and conditions and other agreements. This includes exchanging information with other organisations for legal reasons or debt recovery.

Your rights

As part of our Privacy Policy you can ask us not to use any of the information we collect.