Speed read: This is what you need to know
We always recommend that our customers read this privacy notice in full. It explains who we are, how and why we collect personal data from you, how and why it will be processed by us, and our commitment to protecting your data.
But, just in case you do not have time to read it in full, we have summarised the key points for you in our 'speed read' section below.
- Firstly, we should tell you who “we" are. We are Water Babies Limited (Water Babies, we, our, or us). The Water Babies business is operated by our franchises who, for the purposes of this privacy notice, will also be referred to as Water Babies, we, our or us.
- Water Babies Limited is registered as a data controller with the UK Information Commissioner’s Office and its registration number is Z98515333.
- We take our approach to data protection and protecting your privacy seriously. You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any related queries.
- We process (i.e. handle) your personal data to provide our services to you. Under data protection laws, we are only permitted to process your personal data where we have a legal basis for doing so. We will only ever process your personal data in compliance with applicable law.
- We may share your personal data with our third-party suppliers, including our payment processors and data analysts, to enable the efficient and secure provision of services to you. Except as explained in this privacy notice, we will not share your data with third parties without your consent unless required to do so by law.
- We will keep your data for as long as we provide services to you. We will then keep data for a maximum of five years from the date of our last interaction in order to deal with any queries, provide you a continuous service should you start swim lessons with another child, or to refer back to your child’s swimming history should you leave and re-join.
- You have important rights under laws aimed at protecting your personal data. This notice sets out your rights and how can you exercise them. For more information, see section 10. You also have the right to make a complaint to the Information Commissioner's Office if you are unhappy with how we have handled your personal data. For more information see section 12.