FreeKidz Registration Form
Details of Person Completing this form
On occasions we would like to take the children off-site for activities in the local area. All safeguarding guidelines and risk assessments will be taken and met. I give permission for my child to take part in these activities
During FreeKidz activities, we may wish to take photographs of the events and activities taking place. These could include images of your child. The images may appear in printed publications and/or on our website, YouTube channel and social media sites. To comply with General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), consent must be granted by a parent/guardian before any images of your child/children are taken and used. Please answer the questions below, then click submit.
May we use your child’s image in printed promotional publications?
May we use your child’s image on our website, YouTube channel and social media sites?
The information requested on this form can be completed by a carer, but only those with parental responsibility can sign the consent (N.B. This may not include a foster carer).
If you have any other questions about FreeKidz then please contact us at email@example.com
or via the Church Office.
Privacy notice: By completing this form you give us consent to store and use the personal information detailed above to contact you about the event or course you are signing up to and other church related events. Why do we collect it? We collect this information to fulfil our pastoral duty carried out in the public interest and it is fundamental to the legitimate interest of what we do as a church. Emergency contact details are also necessary to protect vital interests of individuals. Who will have access to it? We will not pass your information to any third party organisations and your information will only be used by those involved in leading the group or ministry for the purposes outlined above. Where will it be stored? We will store this information in an appropriately secure place. How long do we keep it? This information will be kept for a maximum of 6-months for reporting purposes, or as long as the individual remains in the group