Dear Department for Education,
I would be much obliged if you would send me the school list for all secondary schools (state run and independent) within the London region, specifically including the email addresses of their headteachers.
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Department for Education
Ministerial and Public Communications Division
Tel: 0370 000 2288
Dear Emily Dixon
Thank you for your request for information received on 19 September 2018.
“I would be much obliged if you would send me the school list for all
secondary schools (state run and independent) within the London region,
specifically including the email addresses of their headteachers.”
We have dealt with your request under the Freedom of Information Act
A csv file containing data from the Get Information about Schools (GIAS)
website as at 10 October 2018 is enclosed. The file contains a standard
extract of all educational establishments in England. Schools in London
can be identified in the column titled “Region”. Secondary schools can be
identified in the column titled “Phase of Education”.
We are withholding the email address of the head teacher under section
40(2) (personal data), this is because the information in question
includes 3rd party personal data. Personal data is that which relates to
a living individual who can be identified from that data, or from that
data and other information which is likely to be in, or to come into, the
possession of the requestor. Disclosure of this information would
contravene a number of the data protection principles in the Data
Protection Act 1998, and would be regarded as ‘unfair’. By that, we mean
the likely expectations of the data subject that his or her information
would not be disclosed to others and the effect which disclosure would
have on the data subject. Section 40(2) is an absolute exemption and is
not subject to the public interest test.
We have supplied you with the school email address where available.
Further information on the terms used within this extract can be found in
the GIAS glossary: www.get-information-schools.service.gov.uk/glossary
School level pupil numbers are available in the underlying data section of
the publication “Schools, pupils and their characteristics”, the current
edition can be found on the GOV.UK website here:
The information supplied to you continues to be protected by copyright.
You are free to use it for your own purposes, including for private study
and non-commercial research, and for any other purpose authorised by an
exception in current copyright law. Documents (except photographs) can be
also used in the UK without requiring permission for the purposes of news
reporting. Any other re-use, for example commercial publication, would
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make a complaint to the Department by writing to me within two calendar
months of the date of this letter. Your complaint will be considered by
an independent review panel, who were not involved in the original
consideration of your request.
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Department, you may then contact the Information Commissioner’s Office.
Your correspondence has been allocated reference number 2018-0037622. If
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