Privacy Statement

The Social Pedagogy Professional Association needs to collect and use data about its members in order to operate and carry out its functions. This personal data must be handled and dealt with properly however it is collected, recorded and used. We regard the lawful and appropriate treatment of personal data as very important to our successful operations and essential to maintaining confidence between us and our members. We therefore fully endorse and adhere to the Principles of the General Data Protection Regulation.

In order to comply with the incoming GDPR, we have updated our Privacy Policy, and developed a Record of Processing Activity. All members will receive a copy of our Privacy Policy on joining, but you can access both of our new policies below:

1. Privacy Policy 

Our Privacy Policy gives an overview of how we process your information, why we retain your data and how we keep it safe.

2. Record of Processing Activity 

Our Record of Processing Activity is an insight into how we comply with the 6 principles of good practice under GDPR.


Other Policies

1. Complaints Policy

Our Complaints Policy outlines how you can file a complaint if you’re not happy with our service.

2. Disclosures Policy

Our Disclosures Policy shows how we share information with our membership, and outlines our means of disclosures.

3. Financial Policy

Our Financial Policy clarifies the financial rules and responsibilities of the organisation and are Board of Trustees.

4. Quality Management Policy

Our Quality Management Policy demonstrates our commitment to upholding high-standards of services.

5. Safeguarding Policy

Our Safeguarding Policy sets out our responsibilities for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults.

6. Conflict of Interest Policy

Our Conflict of Interest Policy sets out the requirements of the SPPA under the Companies Act 2006. It applies to all Trustees and staff.

7. Cookies Policy

SPPA uses cookies to help us deliver a responsive service and to improve the site. We remember store information about how you use it. This is done using simple text files called cookies which sits on your computer. These cookies are only used by SPPA, and is completely safe and secure.