The University of Warwick would like to take images/recordings of your child for promotional purposes. Please refer to the guidance section of this consent form for specific details of how your child’s images/recordings may be used by the University of Warwick.
Unless you expressly provide your consent by providing approval for us to use your child’s image/recordings for ‘other types of communications’, your child’s images/recordings will not be shared with or disclosed to any third parties external to the University of Warwick except those acting on behalf of the University, such as photographers and creative agencies for the purposes of producing the promotional materials. Please note that your child’s images/recordings may be publicly available if published in some of the mediums listed in the guidance section below.
To comply with Data Protection Legislation, we need your permission before we capture your child’s image or recording. Please read all of the information contained within this consent form thoroughly before providing your explicit consent, contact details and signing and dating the form.
The University of Warwick may publish your child’s images/recordings in any appropriate medium including, not limited to the following:
Publications on websites, digital screens, and other online platforms (including social media platforms Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram; iTunes U, YouTube). These generally include photographs, edited articles, interview transcripts, podcasts, videos, film and broadcast media.
Publications such as magazines, reports, postcards, envelopes, leaflets, prospectuses, and outdoor promotional material (including lamp-post banners and posters). These generally include photographs and edited articles, and promotion of digital materials.
Other types of communication
Publications on news platforms, such as newspapers, magazines, television and radio shows, and/or any other media or distribution channel now known or to be invented.
Future use of materials
The University of Warwick will securely store the images/recordings of your child for up to five years unless you explicitly consent, by ticking the relevant box below, to the images/recordings being held by the University of Warwick indefinitely, for future promotional and historical purposes. You can withdraw your consent for your child’s images/recordings to be used in future publications and digital content at any time, but they cannot be removed from printed materials which have already been created.
If you agree to the University of Warwick capturing your child’s image/recording then please tick any of the relevant boxes below: