The Boxall Profile Online (“the website”) provides a bank of assessment tools, resources and functionalities to support education professionals and other professional services to identify and respond to the social, emotional, behavioural and/or mental health difficulties of children and young people.
As part of using the website, organisations will choose and consent to the provision of organisational and personal data (the “data”) through the inputting of relevant information to the website. In doing so, nurtureuk acknowledges that the ownership of the data remains with the administrating organisation (i.e. the organisation that the subscription was purchased for or that has been granted access to the website for research purposes, or the individual account owner that purchased tokens).
While using the website, we will require certain data about your organisation, yourself and the children and young people you wish to assess using the Boxall Profile. We are committed to protecting this information. This document will set out the basis on which we will collect, store and process any personal information we collect from you or that you provide to us.
Any questions regarding this data, privacy and cookies policy or complaints should be sent by email to email@example.com or by post to:
Data Protection Officer
The Green House
244-254 Cambridge Heath Road
London E2 9DA
You can also get in touch with the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) for any complaints related to our information rights practices. For up-to-date contact information, please check https://ico.org.uk.
The website (https://new.boxallprofile.org) is owned and operated by The Nurture Group Network Limited, trading as nurtureuk. Our registered charity numbers are 1115972 (England, Wales and Northern Ireland), SC042703 (Scotland). For more information about the charity, please click here.
The Boxall Profile Online is the website that hosts the digital version of the Boxall Profile assessment and stores a range of strategies, resources and tools to support education professionals and other professional services. For more information on the Boxall Profile, please click here.
The terms "nurtureuk", "we", "us", "our" and "ours" when used in this policy mean nurtureuk.
The terms "you", "your" and "yours" when used in this policy means any user of the Boxall Profile Online.
The terms “pupil”, “child”, “children”, “young person” and “young people” refer to anybody being assessed by an adult (e.g. teacher, school staff, professional services, etc.) using the Boxall Profile Online.
The term “organisation” means any school, local authority, multi-academy trust, professional services, or individual that has registered and is accessing the website (either following trial use, the purchase of tokens or a subscription, or by taking part in a research project). The organisation is represented by an account administrator (or the “admin user”), who is generally the person who first registers the organisation on the website, but may also be another user that has been granted the rights to administer the account of the organisation.
Every pupil assessed using the website has their own unique reference or Electronic Boxall Profile (“EBP”), a unique identifier of the pupil automatically generated by the platform or chosen when a user creates a new pupil’s record (e.g. the pupil’s Unique Pupil Number). Users shall ensure they know the EBP number of each pupil assessed. Users shall also ensure that the same EBP is used when assessing a pupil more than once.
You may choose to provide identifiable pupil data (in particular, the child’s name and their unique pupil number or any other education-wide identifier) instead of a randomly generated EBP to make it easier to use the website and monitor pupil data. We suggest maintaining an offline list (in a secure location) of all the pupils under your care, with the corresponding EBPs and/or identifiable details for your own reference.
Personal pupil data will never be used by nurtureuk for marketing, communications or research purposes, or shared with any third party without the express consent obtained from the owner of the relevant EBP.
To complete an assessment, we will ask you to provide the mandatory details about the pupil being assessed such as date of birth and gender, year group, class name, current SEBD/SEMH support accessed by the child or young person, nurturing provision accessed, context in which the child or young person is assessed, any individual factors affecting the overall development of the child/young person, for you to understand and record the context in which the pupil is assessed.
The website may allow users to upload content visible to all other users in the learning plan, such as new resources.
It is your responsibility to ensure that you do not provide any personal information when creating content that is shared with other users on the website, including pupils’ names, nicknames or initials as well as personal or organisational information. Nurtureuk will endeavour to delete any user-created content that contains any identifiable information. However nurtureuk cannot be held responsible for any personal information users have inputted when creating content on the website.
If you have created website content that contains identifiable information please remove the content accordingly using the editing options or get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org to request the removal of the item created.
When setting up and using your account with us, we ask you to provide the following mandatory details: email address, full name, organisation details, phone number, billing information and payment details for processing purchases through our website. This is to be able to identify you when you get in touch as well as to comply with the financial and audit rules.
If you choose to invite other users to access your organisation and/or benefit from your subscription, please note they will be able to access the following details: organisation’s name and details, administrator's full name and email address. They may access additional data depending on the roles you have assigned them. Please see the section ‘Keeping your data safe’ below for more information.
When you engage with us, for example, access our information, use our website, report a problem with our website or want to complain, we may collect and process personal information about you. Depending on your activity, this personal information may include your name, email address, telephone number or financial details you have provided. When you contact us, we will ask you a few questions to be able to identify you, your organisation and your user account. We may keep a record of that correspondence.
By submitting this personal information you enable us to support you effectively and/or provide you with the information, services, products or support you selected or requested. We may also collect details of your visits to our website, including but not limited to traffic data, location data, weblogs, and other communication data and the resources that you have accessed.
It is your responsibility to protect your pupils’ data, personal data or organisational data inputted and stored on the website against unauthorised access. Please refrain from sharing your password/username or access to your user account to any other person or organisation. Please also ensure you sign out when you finish using the website on a shared computer and ensure you do not opt for devices to remember your access details if they are accessed by other individuals.
It is the responsibility of the administrator user to ensure any user linked to the organisation should be allowed to access or see the data the organisation has created or stored on the website. Different user roles are available to ensure members of an organisation can access the information relevant to them e.g. financial details for a user with a finance role, pupils’ data for teaching staff and so on. It is the responsibility of the administrator user to ensure that every user using the website as part of their organisation has been allocated the correct role and does not access sensitive information that they should not be able to access. You can find information about the different types of roles and their rights via our frequent asked questions area of the website, Help Centre (powered by Zendesk) or by contacting us directly.
Any organisational or personal data entered by a user and stored on the website remains the property of the administrating organisation the user belongs to, or the owner of the individual account that purchased tokens to allow the user to complete the assessments.
An EBP and all the associated pupil data and Boxall Profile assessments entered by a user on the website are owned by the administrating organisation, i.e. the organisation that purchased access to the website via a subscription or tokens.
The data created by any user belongs to the organisation the user is part of. If individual users choose to delete or unlink their account to their parent organisation, or if the admin user chooses to remove a user from their organisation, any pupil data created or edited by the individual user will remain accessible and owned by the parent organisation. As a consequence of deleting or unlinking their account, users will not have access to any pupil data owned by the organisation.
The admin user of one organisation may choose to merge their organisation with another organisation. For example, an individual user who previously assessed pupils using tokens may want to merge with another user to create a school’s organisation. Admin users may want to fully, or partially, merge their organisation:
You have the right to delete or edit any data you have inputted or stored on the website.
For pupil data, the admin user or super-user of your organisation can delete Boxall Profiles assessments or EBP records directly from their dashboard, irrespective of who created them.
Any data you have provided on the website including pupil data, personal or organisation data will be stored securely on our servers as long as it is needed for you and your organisation to use the website effectively, as well as for any relevant communication, research and improvement purposes.
If you are the admin user of an organisation, you will need to contact nurtureuk to delete your account. Deleting your account will lead to the deletion of your organisation’s account and any data owned by your organisation, unless you appoint someone else as the admin user. If you choose to delete your account without appointing another admin user, your personal data as well as any organisation and pupil data linked to your account will be deleted from the website and from our servers according to data-protection rules. None of the users belonging to your organisation will be able to access the organisation. However, their user accounts will not be deleted. If you are a user belonging to an organisation, only your personal data will be deleted; your organisational data as well as any pupil data you have inputted will remain accessible to users linked to your organisation with the relevant access rights unless the admin user chooses to delete the information.
If you no longer wish nurtureuk to store or use your information, you can contact our Data Protection Officer to request the deletion of your account. In such circumstances, you will no longer be able to access your account, the organisation you belong to or the information stored on your account.
We reserve the right to delete or archive the data associated with your account in line with the policy set out in the most recent version of our terms and conditions.
Note that we are legally required to hold some personal information to fulfil statutory obligations, for example to evidence certain financial transactions.
We may use any information you provide on the website in the following ways:
Identifiable pupil data (e.g. names) cannot be downloaded by nurtureuk’s web administrators or user support services for research purposes. However, we can see this information on individual accounts, so we can provide you with high-quality customer service.
We endeavour to provide the best user support to ensure users are able to access and use the website effectively. For any queries, please visit our Help Centre at https://boxallprofile.zendesk.com/hc/en-gb. If you don't find the information there, please contact us directly via Help or email@example.com, or give us a call us at +44 (0) 20 3962 0886.
We endeavour to answer user queries within five working days. However this duration may be extended during periods of increased activity such as before or after school holidays, when the number of user requests significantly increases.
To provide the most effective user support we may ask you to provide personal, organisation or pupil information that will help us answer your query. On occasion we may ask you to provide a proof of identity before we disclose personal information to you.
Organisations have access to a broad range of information about their accounts and interactions. On request, any user whose personal information we hold may request a copy of that information. In addition, on request, we will anonymise, amend or erase any personal information we hold in relation to a user or an organisation. Pupils and/or parents cannot request us access to their own/pupil’s personal details, but on request a user can access this information on their behalf using the options available on your account.
We will contact you by phone or email only if any instances in this policy applies. You can contact us to change your contact preferences by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling +44 (0) 20 3962 0886.
We will never contact you to send you information about promotional and marketing materials from Boxall Profile Online team or from nurtureuk by email or phone unless you have given us your prior permission when signing up to the website.
Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption is used on the website to encrypt the information you provide us. This ensures that the data is collected and stored securely.
Only our nurtureuk approved support staff and/or the technical collaborators can access your data under the following circumstances:
Nurtureuk will not rent or sell your personal information to other organisations for use by them in their own direct marketing activities.
Also, when we investigate a complaint, for example, we will need to share personal information with the organisation concerned and with other relevant bodies if applicable. Further information is available on request about the factors we shall consider when deciding whether information should be disclosed.
Nurtureuk will ensure that sensitive information such as debit cards, credit cards or personal information will be collected and stored securely. We and our partners always use SSL encryption to encrypt data sent between the customer and us or our partners.
Nurtureuk is Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliant and uses external PCI compliant providers to collect this data on our behalf. We do not store PCI data on our own systems. We use GoCardless to collect Direct Debit and Stripe to accept and process payments.
To protect yourself when sending us sensitive information, please ensure that you use devices running supported operating systems and browsers that are regularly updated, and incorporate some form of malware protection. Only connect your devices to networks that you trust. We are not responsible for the security of your own devices or network.
We use the website to collect and analyse data for research purposes. Nurtureuk uses the data to better understand the SEMH difficulties experienced by children and young people in the UK and beyond, in order to raise awareness of pupils’ needs in education and at the government-level. All data used for research purposes is anonymised and only used once all personally-identifiable information has been removed and data has been aggregated, so that no findings released by nurtureuk can be attributable to a specific pupil, a specific user or a specific organisation.
We will not disclose any identifiable information about individual EBPs or group of EBPs with other parties without consent. We use aggregated and anonymised data related to EBPs for research purposes, create awareness of social, emotional and mental health difficulties among the public at large and relevant authorities. For any other purposes, you will be asked for consent.
We may ask you to complete surveys that we use for research and user experience improvement purposes, although you do not have to respond to them.
Your password is encrypted and stored securely on our servers. We do not keep a record of your password. Please refrain from sharing your password details with nurtureuk staff when sending queries or calling regarding your account.
Where we have given you (or where you have chosen) a password which enables you to access certain parts of our website, you are responsible for keeping the password confidential. You agree not to share that password with anyone else.
We use GoCardless, a payment platform, to process payments related to the Boxall Profile Online. For more information on how GoCardless may collect, store or process your information, click here.
You have a right to know whether or not we hold any information about you (personal data) and a right to be provided with your information within 40 days in accordance with the Data Protection Act.
You can request what kind of information we hold on you by using the contact details provided at the beginning of this document.
We do not charge for this. It helps us to find your information if you provide us with the relevant details for the nature of your contact with us.
We want to make sure that your personal information is accurate and up to date. You may ask us to correct or remove information you think is inaccurate.
At any point while we are in possession of or processing your personal data, you have the following rights:
All of the above requests will be forwarded on should there be a third party involved in the processing of your details.
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