Please Resubmit this form should your details change so that we can ensure that we have up do date information. We will request that this form is resubmitted annually for this reason.

Many different activities form part of our Youth Club programme. These activities include arts and craft, sport, team games, digital arts, photography, video, music making, competitions, attendance at Stoke Sub Hamdon youth club steering meetings, quizzes, issue-based discussions. If there are any you would prefer your daughter or son not to take part in, then you should list them in the box provided below.  We will assume that activities not listed in the box have received your consent.

 


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Conduct: In order for all young people to have an enjoyable time there have to be certain ground rules that must be followed at all times. These include participants refraining from any behaviour that places a young person, member of staff or member of the public at risk (for example bullying, vandalism, the misuse of drugs or alcohol). We ask for your support in ensuring these rules are adhered to. Although young people are encouraged to remain under our supervision during a youth work session, we are not able to force them to do so.

Internet and email: We may make computer systems available to young people so they can access email and the internet. Any objections to the use of this equipment should be noted in the box below. If you want more information about our policies around young people’s use of computer equipment, please contact our youth worker Lou Chant on tel- 07402987921 or email lou.chant@cyp.me.uk


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Data will not be shared outside Community Youth Project and will not be transferred abroad. We will keep the data for six years to meet administrative requirements.
You have the rights to ask the Community Youth Project for a copy of this data, the right to rectify or erase this personal data, and the right to object to processing. However, these rights are only applicable if the Community Youth Project has no other legal obligation concerning that data. You also have the right to complain to the regulator, www.ICO.org.uk. If this data is not supplied, your son / daughter will not be able to attend the Stoke Youth Club



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