The privacy of your personal information is very important to DJDA. We will not sell, rent or trade your personal information to any third party. We will take special care to protect the privacy and security of your information. This policy explains our information practices and the way that DJDA collects and uses your information. This Privacy Policy covers the information you provide to us offline and the DJDA web site.


When you register for classes at DJDA, we are required to collect and manage certain data. We need to know contact information such as names, addresses, phone numbers, emergency contacts, e-mail address, and date of birth along with any SEN or medical conditions. This information is needed to manage studio business and will not be used or sold for any other purpose, except when exam boards require pupil name, age/DOB and if relevant any medical issues. This information will not be used or sold for any other purposes. Paper copies are held securely for the entire school.  Files are taken to class daily and held by the teacher in case of emergency.



When taking pictures of students in class or filming performances DJDA ask for parental permission (or the pupils if aged 13 or over) DJDA may use the images resulting from the photography/video filming and any reproductions or adaptations of the images for fund raising, publicity or other purposes to help achieve the groups aim.  This might include (but is not limited to) the right to use them in their printed and online publicity, social media, press releases and funding applications.



Our Web site will link to other Web sites and services from time to time. DJDA will always attempt to associate with only the most trustworthy partners who share our high standards regarding privacy. Nevertheless, we are not responsible for the content of and privacy practices of any other companies or Web sites.



GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation and replaces the previous Data protection Directives that were in place.  It was approved by the EU Parliament in 2016 and came into effect on 25th May 2018.

GDPR states that personal data should be “processed fairly and lawfully” and collected for specified, explicit and legitimate purposes and that individuals data is not processed without their knowledge and are only processed with their explicit consent.  GDPR covers personal data relating to individuals.

DJDA is committed to protecting the rights and freedoms of individuals with respect to the processing of children’s, Parents, visitors and staff personal.

The Data Protection Act gives individuals the right to know what information is held about them. It provides a framework to ensure that personal information is handled properly.

DJDA is registered with the ICO (Information Commissioners Office) under registration reference: ZA433281