The security and privacy of your personal information are very important to Autism Anglia.

  • We use reasonable commercially available safeguards to help keep the information collected through all our services secure
  • We take reasonable steps (such as requesting a password) to verify your identity before granting you access to your information, data and payment schemes.
  • Autism Anglia cannot ensure the security of any information you transmit via the Internet or any mobile device or guarantee that information on the services may not be accessed, disclosed, altered, or destroyed.

Your Use of This Website

  • Your use of our site (including the Doucecroft School Website) constitutes your binding acceptance of these terms, including any subsequent modifications.
  • Entering your personal information on this site, whether by creating a login account or not, constitutes your consent for Autism Anglia to share your details with other individuals and/or companies as necessary in order to complete the tasks you initialise on the website. For example:
    • If you create an account on our website, we need this permission to store your details on secure servers operated by a third party web hosting company
    • If you create a fundraising page, we need this permission to share the details you entered on your page with other users who access it
    • If you make a donation or other payment, we need this permission to process your details with payment providers
    • If you register to receive our newsletters, we need this permission to process your details on our mailing list and provide your details to reputable third party mailing companies who distribute our newsletters

Data Protection Statement

The security and privacy of your personal information are very important to Autism Anglia.

  • We will use the data you give to us whether online, by telephone, in writing or by other means for the agreed purposes only.
  • If we are providing a service on your behalf, it may be necessary to share your information with other organisations or individuals.
  • We will always obtain your consent prior to disclosing your information to any individual or organisation outside Autism Anglia, unless we are required to do so by law.
  • We may wish, from time to time, to quote your information or use your images in our marketing materials. We will obtain your specific permission before publishing any such information.
  • If you have created an account on this web site, you may use it to review the information stored as part of the account.
  • If we hold your information on other [computer] systems, you have the right to request all the information we hold about you.


We always protect your online donations with Secure Sockets Layering (SSL) 128-bit encryption, the accepted standard of the Internet community.


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Our web site may contain links to web sites of third parties. Autism Anglia is not responsible for the privacy practices, the content, product or service offerings of any other web site.

Changes to this statement

Autism Anglia has the right to amend or change its Confidentiality and Data Protection Policy and this Privacy Statement. Details of relevant changes will be clearly posted on the website. Unless otherwise specified, all such changes will take effect immediately upon posting.

If you still have questions about Autism Anglia’s privacy practices, please contact us.

Last revision: 27th January 2017