Dear parents, guardians and students,
WE ARE COMMITTED TO YOUR PRIVACY私隐保障承诺
You may have heard, new data protection regulations come into effect on 25th
May 2018 called GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation).
At Edinburgh Chinese School your trust is important to us, so we want to explain how we
collect, store and handle your personal data.
新的私隐保障条例 GDPR 将於2018年5月25日生效，你对本校的信任至为重要，所以我
Why we collect your data 为何收集资料
We want to give you the best possible experience withEdinburgh Chinese School.
The data is used to contact you with important events, dates and emergencies.
How we collect your data 怎样收集资料
We collect your data from the enrolment form when you join the school.
When you leave the school we will delete your data after 2 years but we will keep
your photo on the school website for promotional use only.
When we share your data 资料分享
We do not share your data with any 3rd party groups.
Know your rights 认识权利
You have many rights regarding your personal data, including seeing what
data we access, and updating your information.
There’s nothing you need to do right now. As a reminder, if you want to
change how we keep in touch with you, please reply to this email with your
request. 你现在不需要做任何事情。假如你想更改联络方式，请你回复本电邮件。 谢谢！
Board of Directors of Edinburgh Chinese School
Edinburgh Chinese Dance and Cultural Group has decided to close there group due to low numbers of attendance. They had decided to donated the money to our school so we may continue helping our community to learn about Chinese Dance and Cultural.
The school board will decide soon how to allocate the money to help the school grow.
Periodically Police Scotland circulates security advice to different community groups during significant dates throughout the year for varying communities. During this year we have sent out security advice to the Muslim community around the Hajj period, the Jewish community around High Holy Days and the wider community around the festive holiday period. As such we are aware that February sees the Chinese community celebrate Chinese New Year and therefore would like you to share the following advice at a time when members of the community may be away from their homes or businesses for unusually extended periods of time.
HSK is a globally run standardised test of Chinese language proficiency for non-native speakers. Whether to ensure eligibility for scholarships offered by Hanban, to gain an advantage in the job market or a related academic field an HSK pass will serve you. And of course, for many adult learners, an exam is a great motivator for learning!
Our Institute can offer three opportunities to sit the HSK and HSKK exams in 2017. Dates for the exams are
Saturday 18 March 2017 Registration by 16 February for HSK and HSKK offline exam or 2 March for HSK online exam (Please note no HSKK online exam will be run on 18 March 2017)
Saturday 20 May 2017 Registration by 20 April for offline exam or 4 May for online exam
Saturday 2 December 2017 Registration by 2 Nov or offline exam or 16 Nov for onlineexam