Privacy Policy

Your privacy

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) replaces the Data Protection Act on 25 May 2018.

Our Privacy Promise

Your personal information is just that – personal. We promise to treat it with the highest standards of security and confidentiality at all times and in compliance with relevant legislation.

We need to collect your personal information in order to deliver education to children and the administration of this. This includes information that you provide over the telephone, on forms, by email, letter, in person and online. We’ll only collect information that is necessary or is required by law and we’ll explain the reasons for this at the time of collection. You can ask for a copy of the information we hold about you.

We’ll use your information within the college and never share your information with third parties without your permission (also referred to as ‘consent’) unless we’re required to do so by law.

You may choose not to provide us with your personal information, although some of our services may not be available as a result. We’ll tell you when this is the case.

Data Protection Legislation

We collect and process information in accordance with strict Data Protection legislation. The law informs you of your rights about your personal information and our responsibilities in keeping it safe and processing it correctly.

Horizon Community College is registered with the Information Commissioners Office as a Data Controller. Our registration number is: Z3630377

You can read more about Data Protection on the Information Commissioner’s Office website.

How to access and control your information, including making a complaint

Where we hold your personal information we’ll:

  • provide records of what we hold when you request this from us
  • correct it if it’s inaccurate, especially if you ask us to
  • stop processing personal information where we can, and if you ask us to
  • stop sending you mailing information when you ask us to (opt out)


To do this you can contact us:

If you need to contact us to discuss how we use your information or to make a complaint, please email or by telephoning (01226) 704230 and asking to speak to a member of staff who can assist.

If you’re not satisfied with our response, you may contact our Data Protection Officer by emailing

Alternatively, if you’re not satisfied with the way we’ve handled your information, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) is the UK’s independent authority upholding information rights in the public interest and can be contacted at


If you need help understanding this information please contact us.

Important Information

Dear Parents/Carers

Please note the College is open today and Year 11 will be expected on site for their Mock Examinations. However, for Years 7 to 10, if you cannot get your child to school safely today, then please ensure that they access remote learning via Teams. For safeguarding purposes, please email in to if your child is not going to be in and will be accessing Teams.

Any child who accesses Teams remotely today will receive a present attendance mark of a B code (educated off-site). If your child does not access Teams then they will be classified as absent Please note that attendance codes will be updated throughout the day.

Mrs Huddart


College Calendar

  • Tuesday 12th December – 14th December – School Show
  • Tuesday 16th January – Y8 Parents Evening
  • Tuesday 6th February – Y11 Parents Evening 2
  • Tuesday 27th February – Y9 Parents Evening
  • Tuesday 16th April – Y10 Parents Evening
  • Tuesday 30th April – Y7 Parents Evening