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Privacy Policy


This notice explains how and why we collect information from you about your child and you and your family and what we do with it.

We at Sceptre Nursery Limited are a Data Controller for the purposes of the data protection laws in force in this country.

We collect personal information or data which you provide to us such as:

  • Names

  • Addresses

  • Contact details

  • Family relationships

  • Medical information

  • Gender

  • Financial details including bank account details

  • Children’s likes and dislikes

  • Contact details

  • Family relationships​

  • Medical information

  • Attendance information

  • Special educational needs


We hold this information in paper and electronic form and it is kept securely in locked filing cabinets or on computer databases with restricted access.

We hold the information to enable us properly to carry out our contractual obligations to you, to support your child’s learning and development, provide appropriate pastoral care, access funding for early years provision for your child and assess the quality of our provision.

We do not share the information we hold with anyone else apart from certain members of staff working for other companies within the Eric Wright Group of companies, where it is necessary for financial purposes and the enforcement of your contract with us.

We may also be required by law to pass some of the information to government departments, local authorities, the Department for Education, Ofsted and law enforcement agencies.

We hold the information for [6] months after your child leaves our care, after which it is deleted from our databases or shredded if in paper form.

You have the right to request details of the information we are holding.

To ask for details, please make a request in writing to Joanne Pierpoint, the Manager, Sceptre Nursery, Sceptre Point, Bamber Bridge, Preston PR5 6AW and provide details of the address to which the copies and details should be sent.  If any of the information is inaccurate you may ask us to amend or delete it.

If you are unhappy with the way we hold your information or deal with your request to access it you have the right to lodge a complaint with the Information Commissioner who  is the supervisory authority for the United Kingdom and may be contacted at or by telephone on 0303 123 1113.

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