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The ODPA has a statutory function under section 61 of the Law “to promote public awareness of risks, rules, safeguards and rights in relation to processing, especially in relation to children“.
The ODPA Schools Programme, launched in November 2020 across all Bailiwick schools, forms part of our strategic plan, and statutory obligation to raise children’s awareness of their rights, and to understand their responsibilities to others.
The aim of the programme is to positively engage children and young people in how valuable their personal data is, why it must be protected, and why we must treat others well too.
Developed by teachers, for teachers
The programme was developed by the ODPA’s outreach officer (a trained teacher) who worked with local teachers to develop a bespoke set of activities for key year groups linked to the Bailiwick’s ‘Big Picture Curriculum’. The programme engages children in games that explain key concepts under the Personal, Social, Health and Economic area of the curriculum such as:
The Committee for Education, Sport and Culture has given the ODPA ‘authorised agency’ status which allows us to deliver the programme in collaboration with Bailiwick schools.
The programme comprises a series of age-appropriate (and fun) activities and resources which can be used in standalone sessions by school’s own PSHE teachers, remotely, or via a dedicated in-school session delivered by the ODPA.
Children and young people are powerful drivers of cultural change. We want our schools programme to harness that power to enhance our local population’s understanding, awareness, and appreciation of their rights under the local data protection law.
If children’s awareness of data protection is enhanced, everyone benefits:
How to get involved
To book a session at your school please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01481 742074.