The Leeds and Wakefield Teaching Partnership takes its obligations under Data Protection legislation very seriously and is responsible for complying with the relevant laws and regulations. The information you provide to the is collected for the purposes of updating you about the Leeds and Wakefield Teaching Partnership news and events. Leeds City Council are the data controller for the information processed.
By completing this form and signing up to receive information you are providing your consent for us to process your data for this purpose. The information you provide will not be shared with any other organisations. You may withdraw your consent at any time by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
You have rights in respect of the information we hold about you, including the right to ask for access to your information or to withdraw from this process. Further information in respect of your rights is available at https://www.leeds.gov.uk/opendata/your-rights. To exercise any of your rights, please contact your social work office, or contact: email@example.com; any One Stop Centre, or send to Information Management & Governance, PO Box 837, LS1 9PZ, and we will advise you of the procedure.
Further information in respect of your privacy and your information is available at: https://www.leeds.gov.uk/privacy-statement/privacy- notice.
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