Terms and Conditions of Use

These are the terms and conditions applicable to the use of The National College
(thenationalcollege.co.uk), National Online Safety (nationalonlinesafety.com)
and Policies for Schools (policiesforschools.co.uk).

The sites are all operated
by National Education Group Ltd, a company registered in England and Wales with
company number 10738856 and its registered office is located at 80a Oswald
Road, Scunthorpe, DN15 7PA. Any reference to we, us, or our in
these terms and conditions is to National Education Group Ltd.

These terms and
conditions are divided into two sections:

Part A – User Terms and Conditions: These
terms and conditions apply to all users of the sites. These terms apply to you
whether you are accessing free content, content available to you under a
membership or content purchased on a “pay as you go” basis. All users (whether
staff or parents) must read and agree to these terms and conditions before
registering and accessing any of our sites.

Part B – Terms and Conditions of Purchase: These
terms and conditions apply to any purchase made on behalf of a school, whether
that be a membership or “pay as you go” purchase. You must only make a purchase
if you have the authority of the school to do so. You must read and agree to
these terms and conditions on behalf of the school before making any purchase.

Any account that you
create can be used on all of our sites, and these terms and conditionsapply equally
to your use of any of our sites. However, any membership purchased will apply only
to the site(s) it is purchased for. To access the paid content on a site it is
necessary to purchase a membership which includes access to that site (or,
where available, purchase content on a “pay as you go” basis).

PART A: USER TERMS AND CONDITIONS

1. REGISTRATION

1.1 Anyone associated with a school (such as a
parent, teacher, governor or member of the management team) can register for an
account.

1.2 A user account can be registered either directly
through our sites, or by following a link provided by the school. These terms apply
to your account in either case.

1.3 When you register for an account, you must
provide complete and accurate information about yourself and the school that
you are associated with (for example, the school that you work at or that your
child attends).

1.4 We reserve the right to accept or reject any
registration for an account in our absolute discretion. If we do allow you to
register, these terms are legally binding between us and the person named in
the registration (referred to as you or your
in this Part A of the terms and conditions).

1.5 Your account is for your own personal use. You
must not allow another person to have access to your account or provide our
content to any other person, nor may you transfer your account to anyone else.
If you have a colleague, friend or family member who is interested in accessing
our content, please encourage them to sign up for their own account.

1.6 If you would like to close your account at any
time, let us know. This will mean that you will no longer be able to access our
content and will need to re-register if you need access again in the future.

1.7 We may also suspend or close your account at any
time as follows:

1.7.1 If your school has a membership: We will
only suspend or close your account if we have a good reason to do so, for
example if we suspect that you have breached any of these terms.

1.7.2 In any other case: We may suspend or
close your account at any time for any reason.

2. PAID CONTENT

2.1 We offer a wide variety of paid content, which
can only be accessed through either a membership or on a “pay as you go” basis.

2.2 Only a school can purchase access to our paid
content. When you make a purchase, you are making that purchase on behalf of
the school, and you must only do so if you have the authority of the school to make
that purchase.

2.3 All purchases are subject to Part B of these
terms and conditions. Please read those terms carefully before committing to a
purchase.

2.4 If your school has purchased access to content,
you will automatically be granted access to the content and functionality which is
relevant to you through your account. Please ensure that you have the correct school
and role associated with your
account so you are given access to the correct content.

2.5 We will let you know if the school you are
associated with cancels its membership. The following applies when a school
cancels its membership:

2.5.1 Members of staff: Your account will
continue to function and you will still have access to
the free content and to any content purchased on a “pay as you go” basis. However,
any other paid content will no longer be accessible.

2.5.2 Parents: Your account may be closed. If
you would still like to have access to the free content, you can re-register.

3. FREE CONTENT

3.1 All accounts offer unrestricted access to our
free content, whether or not the school that you are
associated with is a member.

3.2 As a leading provider of online training and materials for schools,
we strive to provide you with a high quality of content and a reliable service.

3.3 However, we do not provide any legal warranties
or guarantees in respect of the free content and we reserve the right to take
any of the following steps at any time without prior notice to you:

3.3.1 add, remove or change the free content available
to you;

3.3.2 change the release schedule for new free content
(or not release new free content);

3.3.3 change the way in which the free content is
provided to you or in which you access the free content; or

3.3.4 suspend access to some or all of the free content.

4. OUR RESPONSIBILITY TO YOU

4.1 Where a school purchases content from us, we make
certain promises to the school about that content. See Part B of the terms and
conditions for more information. These promises are made only to the school and
we do not provide legal promises, warranties or guarantees directly to
individual users.

4.2 As an individual user, you use our services and
access both our paid and free content on an “as-is” and “as-available” basis. You
must not act in any way in reliance solely on a statement made or information
provided in our content.

4.3 If we are found to be liable to pay any damages,
compensation or other amount to you, any payment will be capped at £100. We
believe this to be a reasonable condition given that you do not pay us for
access to the content or service and that the school has separate remedies for
any purchase. We are only prepared to offer the content and service to you on
the basis that you agree to this cap. If you do not agree to this cap, you must
not register for an account or access any of our content.

4.4 The cap described in paragraph 4.3 applies to the maximum extent
permitted by law. Nothing set out in paragraph 4.3 or otherwise in these terms
is intended to replace, override or exclude any legal rights that you have if
the law does not permit us to modify or exclude those rights.

5. OUR CONTENT

5.1 The content that we make available through our
sites is the result of significant investment of time, money and expertise and
is a valuable asset of our business. The content is
protected by intellectual property law and other legal provisions, both in the
United Kingdom and internationally.

5.2 We sometimes receive requests or suggestions for content from our users.
Whilst we cannot offer any commitment to fulfil any requests, if we do create any
content in response to a request or suggestion we will nevertheless retain all rights
to that content, including the right to make that content available to other users (on
either a paid or free basis).

5.3 Any right that we grant you to access our
content is strictly a licence and does not give you any form of ownership or
rights in the underlying content, nor any right to create a local copy of the
content. Any content must be accessed and used strictly in accordance with
these terms.

5.4 You must not attempt to copy or reproduce any of
our content or to use it for any purpose other than for which we have
specifically authorised.

6. YOUR PRIVACY

6.1 Your privacy is important to us, and we will
ensure that your personal data is kept secure at all times.

6.2 To find out more about how we may use your
personal data, including the circumstances in which we may share your personal
data with the school that you are associated with, please see our
privacy notice.

7. SECURITY OF YOUR ACCOUNT

7.1 You must ensure that you choose a secure
password and always keep that password secure. If you have any reason to
believe that the password may have been compromised, you should change that
password immediately.

7.2 For your convenience, we may offer you the
opportunity to log in via a third party authentication
method, such as Office 365 or Google. We have no association with these
providers (other than using their services for user authentication) and you
must ensure that any use of these accounts is in accordance with the terms
imposed by the relevant provider and keep that account secure in the same way
you would for an account created directly with us.

8. LINKS TO THIRD PARTY CONTENT

8.1 In certain circumstances we may provide links to
external sites or content or refer to third party publications.

8.2 Any link or reference is not an endorsement or
guarantee of that content, and we cannot accept no responsibility for any site,
content or publication which you may choose to access pursuant to a link or
reference.

9. GENERAL

9.1 If we fail, at any time, to insist upon strict
performance of any of your obligations under these terms, or if we fail to
exercise any of the rights or remedies to which we are entitled under these
terms, this does not mean that we are waiving those rights or remedies and you
will not be relieved from compliance with those obligations.

9.2 If any of these terms are determined by any
competent authority to be invalid, unlawful or unenforceable to any extent, that
term, condition or provision will to that extent be severed from the remaining
terms, conditions and provisions, which will continue to be valid to the
fullest extent permitted by law.

9.3 These terms represent the entire agreement
between us and replace any previous arrangement, understanding or agreement
between us. Neither of us is agreeing to these terms in reliance on any statement,
representation, assurance or warranty of any person which is not set out in
these terms.

9.4 Unless otherwise expressly stated, any notices
which are required to be sent under these terms are to be sent by email.
Notices sent to us should be sent to membership@nationaleducationgroup.co.uk.
Any notices for you will be sent to the email address you provided when
registering (or any other email address you have given us to replace that email
address).

9.5 We may revise or replace terms from time to
time. If we do, we will post the revised or replacement terms on our site, and
the updated terms will take effect from the date that those updated terms are
posted (unless otherwise stated). If you object to any revision or replacement
of our terms, you may close your account as described in paragraph 1.6.

9.6 These terms, including any associated
non-contractual dispute, are governed by English law, and you and we each
accept the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts in respect of any
disputes arising out of or in connection with these terms.

PART B: TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PURCHASE

1 MAKING A PURCHASE

1.1 There are two ways to access our paid content:

1.1.1 by purchasing a membership to one (or more) of
our sites; and

1.1.2 by purchasing webinars on a “pay as you go”
basis through The National College.

1.2 Paid content can only be purchased by schools.
An order can be placed through the applicable site or by calling our sales
team.

1.3 Any order, whether for a membership or a “pay as
you go” webinar, must be placed by a person with authority to contract on
behalf of the school – for example, the headteacher. By placing an order, you
are confirming that you have authority to make purchases of this nature on
behalf of the school.

1.4 We reserve the right to accept or reject any
order in our absolute discretion. We will confirm to you as soon as we can
whether your order has been accepted and, if it is, this will form a legally
binding contract between us and the school (referred to as you or your
in this Part B of the terms and conditions).

2. USER ACCOUNTS

2.1 All content must be accessed through a valid
user account.

2.2 When you make a purchase, the following will
apply for each individual who is entitled to access
that content:

2.2.1 Users with existing accounts: Some
individuals may already have accounts with us. For example, they may have
registered to access our free content, or may have previously accessed “pay as
you go” content. These accounts will be automatically upgraded to provide
access to the content.

2.2.2 New users: If an individual does not have
an existing account with us, they can either directly visit one of our sites to
register, or you can issue them with a unique registration link to speed up the
registration process for them.

2.3 All users must agree to the terms set out in
Part A of these terms and conditions before they can access any content.

2.4 When a user accesses the sites through a
membership you have purchased or to view content that you have purchased on a
“pay as you go” basis, you (as the school) are responsible for the actions of
that user, including ensuring that their actions comply with both Parts A and B
of these terms and conditions.

2.5 If you cancel your membership, we will let users
who are associated with your school know that you no longer have a membership.
In this case:

2.5.1 Members of staff: Accounts will continue
to function and staff will still have access to the
free content and to any content purchased on a “pay as you go” basis. However,
any other paid content will no longer be accessible.

2.5.2 Parents: Accounts may be closed, but
parents can re-register for continued access to the free content.

3. MEMBERSHIPS

3.1 We offer various different
memberships to suit your particular requirements. These memberships vary in
respect of which site(s) they apply to, the content and functionality available
through that membership and whether they are
single user or multiple user. Before purchasing a
membership, please check carefully to ensure that the membership you are purchasing
meets your requirements.

3.2 Where a membership is purchased for a single
user, it must only be used by that user. You must ensure that neither the
account nor the content accessible through that account must be shared with
other individuals, whether within your school or elsewhere.

3.3 Where a membership is purchased on a whole
school basis, it may be accessed by any of your staff and, in the case of a
membership of National Online Safety, parents of students who attend your
school. You must ensure that neither these accounts nor the content accessible
through these accounts are shared with unauthorised individuals.

3.4 All memberships are purchased for the initial
period of one year from the date of purchase and are annually renewable for as
long as you wish to continue to be able to access our content.

3.5 To ensure uninterrupted access to content, your
membership will automatically renew unless you tell us otherwise. You must
notify us of any decision not to renew at least 30 days prior to the expiry of
the current term of your membership. Any notice received less than 30 days
prior to renewal will take effect from the expiry of the next annual term.

3.6 Where you have a multiple user membership, the
fee you pay may be based on the number of staff you employ. If this is the case and
you need to increase
the number of licensed users please contact us to upgrade your membership.

4. PAY AS YOU GO

4.1 The National College offers webinars on a “pay
as you go” basis. Each purchase covers a single individual viewing a single
webinar on a single occasion.

4.2 If you require access for multiple viewers, to
multiple webinars or on multiple occasions, multiple purchases are required.

4.3 If you are purchasing webinars on a regular
basis and/or for a large number of individuals, we
strongly recommend that you consider a membership.

5. OUR PROMISE TO YOU

5.1 We are proud of the content and service that we
provide, and we promise to do our best to ensure that:

5.1.1 all paid content is accurate and up-to-date (at the time that the content is published);

5.1.2 our paid content is relevant to the education sector and of good quality; and

5.1.3 our paid content and sites are always available
to access (other than where we are undertaking maintenance, which we will try
to carry out overnight or at weekends).

5.2 In addition, we will at all times comply with:

5.2.1 all applicable laws, regulations, codes and
sanctions relating to anti-corruption, including the Bribery Act 2010 and
Criminal Finances Act 2017 (and will not engage in any activity, practice or
conduct which would constitute a tax evasion facilitation offence under
sections 45(1) or 46(1) of the Criminal Finance Act 2017); and

5.2.2 all applicable employment, anti-discrimination
legislation and supply chain legislation, including the Modern Slavery Act
2015.

5.3 However, you should be aware that:

5.3.1 depending on the nature of the content,
statements may represent the opinion of the speaker, presenter or author rather than a
statement of fact (and may not necessarily reflect our opinion);

5.3.2 the content is not designed to be used in circumstances where there is
a threat to life, health, wellbeing or property, and in such circumstances you must
always seek professional / specialist advice; and

5.3.3 unless you are viewing the content live, information, circumstances and
guidance may have changed between the time that the content was recorded / published
and the time that you are viewing it.

5.4 All content is designed for general application
(unless stated otherwise) and is not tailored to any particular school,
individual or circumstance. Therefore:

5.4.1 where you are using The National College or National Online Safety,
no decision about a specific circumstance should be made solely in reliance on our
content; and

5.4.2 where you are using Policies for Schools, you must adapt any
documentation that you wish to put in place for your school and must check it for
suitability before submitting the finalised document for viewing by your staff.

5.5 The promises set out in paragraphs 5.1 and 5.2 are the only promises that
we make to you and are in place of any terms or obligations implied by statute, common
law, custom, trade usage, course of dealing or otherwise, all of which are excluded.

5.6 We do not offer any warranties or guarantees in respect of our free content.

5.7 If something does go wrong in connection with these terms or our provision of content or services to you, the following
limits apply:

5.7.1 Current membership: The maximum amount
you can claim in respect of any causes of action arising in any year of your
membership will be equivalent to the amount that you paid to us for that year
of membership.

5.7.2 Expired membership: The maximum amount
you can claim in respect of any causes of action arising after your membership
expired will be equivalent to the amount that you paid to us for your last year
of membership.

5.7.3 “Pay as you go”: The maximum amount you
can in respect of any causes of action arising in connection with a “pay as you
go” purchase is the amount that you paid to us for that purchase.

5.8 If you do not have a membership and have not
purchased content on a “pay as you go” basis, we have no obligations to you (as
the school). Any access to our free content by your staff or parents of
students at your school is on a strictly personal basis in accordance only with
Part A of these terms and conditions.

5.9 In addition, we cannot accept responsibility for:

5.9.1 special types of loss that are specific to your
circumstances and would not ordinarily be expected to arise from that type of breach
or incident;

5.9.2 loss of anticipated savings or additional
expense incurred in obtaining content or services elsewhere;

5.9.3 loss of data (except where the loss involved the
data being wrongfully disclosed to an unauthorised third party); or

5.9.4 any failure to perform, or delay in performance
of, any of our obligations where that failure or delay is caused by events
outside our reasonable control.

5.10 Nothing in these terms limits or excludes in any
way our liability for matters for death or personal injury caused by
negligence, fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation or any other matter for which
it would be unlawful for us to exclude, or attempt to exclude, our liability.

6. PAYMENT

6.1 You can pay by card or by invoice:

6.1.1 Payment by card: Payment by card will be
taken immediately on purchase, and (unless you request otherwise) we will
charge the same card for any membership renewals on or around the renewal date.
If we are unable to charge the card we will in the
first instance contact you to request details of an alternative card. If no
valid alternative card is provided we will invoice you
for the fee.

6.1.2 Payment by invoice: We will issue the
invoice to you on purchase, and the invoice will be payable within 30 days. We
will issue subsequent invoices for membership renewals on or around the renewal
date, and each of these invoices will also be payable within 30 days.

6.2 If the price for a renewal will be higher than for the previous year or
will be calculated on a different basis (for example, a membership is changing from one
based on a fixed price to one based on the number of staff you employ) we will let you
know the new price and/or basis not less than 30 days prior to renewal. This applies
unless you had already been informed of the price increase, for example if we agreed
special terms with you that involved different pricing in different years or if the
price had increased part-way through the year due to an increase in the number of staff
you employ. You can cancel renewal in accordance with paragraph 3.5 if the new price is
too much for you or you do not agree with the new basis. If you do not decide to
cancel, your membership will renew at the new price and/or on the new basis.

6.3 Any prices quoted are exclusive of VAT, which is
payable in addition.

6.4 If we cannot collect payment from your card, or
you fail to make payment by invoice by the required date, we reserve the right
to suspend access to our content until payment is brought up to date. Any
suspension will not affect your obligation to make payment in full.

7. YOUR CONTENT

7.1 Where you have a membership, we may offer the
opportunity for you and/or your users to submit content, such as your own
training videos, details of external CPD undertaken by users, the finalised
version of your school’s policies, reviews of our
content and answers to tests and assessments.

7.2 You must not submit content which:

7.2.1 is inaccurate or expresses an opinion which is
not genuinely held;

7.2.2 is likely to deceive any person;

7.2.3 is defamatory or derogatory of any person;

7.2.4 is obscene, offensive, hateful or inflammatory;

7.2.5 promotes sexually explicit material, violence,
any illegal activity or discrimination based on race, sex, gender identity,
religion, nationality, disability, sexual orientation or age;

7.2.6 infringes any copyright, database right, trade mark or other
rights of any other person;

7.2.7 is made in breach of any legal duty owed to a
third party, such as a contractual duty or a duty of confidence;

7.2.8 is threatening, abusive or invades a person’s
privacy, causes annoyance, inconvenience or needless anxiety, is likely to
harass, upset, embarrass, alarm or annoy any other person; and/or

7.2.9 advocates, promotes or assists any unlawful act,
for example copyright infringement or computer misuse.

7.3 We will not ordinarily check the content that
you submit. However, we reserve the right to do so in our absolute discretion.
If we have any concerns of any nature we may suspend or delete any content that
you have submitted, or suspend or remove your right to
submit further content.

7.4 If any person claims that any content that you
have submitted infringes their rights, you agree to fully reimburse us for any
loss, damage, cost or expense we incur as a result of that claim, including any
legal costs we incur and any amounts that we are ordered to pay to that person
or agree to pay to that person as part of a settlement.

7.5 In general, any content that you submit will be
kept private to you and will not be shared with anybody outside your school.
However, it any of your users submit reviews of our content, we may share these
reviews publicly (including the name of the reviewer and their school) to
publicise our content and help others choose the content which is most relevant
to them.

8. OUR CONTENT

8.1 The content that we make available through our
sites is the result of significant investment of time, money and expertise and
is a valuable asset of our business. The content is
protected by intellectual property law and other legal provisions, both in the
United Kingdom and internationally.

8.2 We sometimes receive requests or suggestions for content from our members.
Whilst we cannot offer any commitment to fulfil any requests, if we do create any content
in response to a request or suggestion we will nevertheless retain all rights to that
content, including the right to make that content available to other schools (on either
a paid or free basis).

8.3 Any right that we grant you to access our
content is strictly a licence and does not give you any form of ownership or
rights in the underlying content, nor any right to create a local copy of the
content. Any content must be accessed and used strictly in accordance with
these terms.

8.4 You must not attempt to copy or reproduce any of
our content or to use it for any purpose other than for which we have
specifically authorised.

9. CONFIDENTIALITY

9.1 You and we each agree to keep the other’s
confidential information confidential and not to disclose it to any third party
or to use it for any other purpose except as permitted by these terms or by the
other in writing.

9.2 Our confidential information includes any
content available on our sites which requires registration to access (whether
that content is made available for free or only on a paid basis) and any other
information that we may provide to you which is either marked “confidential” or
that you otherwise reasonably ought to know is confidential.

9.3 Your confidential information includes your content (as described
in paragraph 7) and any other information that you may provide to us which is either
marked “confidential” or that we otherwise reasonably ought to know is confidential.

9.4 The confidentiality obligations do not apply to
any information which already public (except where it is public as a result of
a breach of confidentiality) or which was received from a third party which was
not under an obligation of confidentiality in respect of it.

9.5 The confidentiality obligations also do not
prevent disclosure:

9.5.1 where and to the extent it is required to do so
under operation of law, by court order or by any regulatory body of competent
jurisdiction;

9.5.2 to employees, agents, directors, officers,
authorised sub-contractors, professional advisors and consultants (and, your
case, to parents) who have a need to know the same, provided that whichever of
us makes the disclosure makes those persons aware of, and ensures the
compliance of those persons with, these obligations as to confidentiality; or

9.5.3 where and to the extent required under the
Freedom of Information Act 2000 and/or the Environmental Information Regulations
2004 (and we will, at your cost, provide any assistance as you may reasonably
require to enable you to comply with a request of this nature).

10. USER DATA

10.1 We take our obligations under data protection
law very seriously. To enable you to obtain the benefit of our services, we may
need to collect personal data relating to your staff and parents of students at
your school, for example their names, email addresses and roles.

10.2 Where we process this personal data on your
behalf and in accordance with your instructions, we are considered to become
a “processor” for the purposes of data
protection law. This may include circumstances, for example, where we store content on
your behalf which includes personal data, or where we track user activity for you (such
as which users have indicated that they have read and understood your policies). To
ensure that you are lawfully entitled to provide this
personal data to us, we are required to make certain commitments to you. When
we are acting as a “processor”, we will:

10.2.1 comply with the applicable provisions of the
UK General Data Protection Regulation (UK GDPR), together with the Data Protection
Act 2018 and any other law applicable to the protection of personal data in
effect from time to time;

10.2.2 carry out the processing only for the purposes
of fulfilling our obligations to you under these terms and only during the term
of your membership (or until the “pay as you go” webinar has been viewed);

10.2.3 perform the processing activities only on your
instructions (unless otherwise required by law or a regulatory body);

10.2.4 other than as permitted by Chapter 5 of the
UK GDPR, not transfer or allow the transfer of the personal data outside the United
Kingdom without your written consent;

10.2.5 ensure that any persons authorised to process
the personal data are subject to a duty of confidence in respect of such
processing;

10.2.6 implement appropriate technical and
organisational measures to ensure a level of security appropriate to the risk,
in compliance with article 32 of the UK GDPR;

10.2.7 let you know as soon as possible if we become
aware of a personal data breach, and work with you to resolve the issue;

10.2.8 subject to reimbursement of our reasonable
costs, assist you to fulfil your obligation to respond to requests made by data
subjects to exercise their rights under Chapter III of the UK GDPR;

10.2.9 subject to reimbursement of our reasonable
costs, assist you to ensure compliance with your obligations under articles 32
to 36 of the UK GDPR;

10.2.10 be authorised to engage sub-processors in
respect of such processing activities, provided that we inform you of any
intended changes concerning the addition or replacement of sub-processors and
give you the opportunity to object;

10.2.11 impose upon each sub-processor (and ensure each
such sub-processor’s compliance with) the terms of this paragraph 10.2
as if the processing being carried out by the sub-processor was being carried
out by us (and we will be for the acts and omissions of such sub-processors as
if they were our own);

10.2.12 make available to you all information necessary
to demonstrate compliance with our obligations under this paragraph 10.2
and allow for and contribute to audits, including inspections, you may conduct
(or that you appoint an auditor to conduct); and

10.2.13 on the termination or expiry of the relevant
services, either delete or return (at your option) all personal data processed
on your behalf, and delete any copies (except to the extent retention is
required by law or for our own purposes as permitted by these terms).

10.3 We may also use users’ personal data for our own
purposes, as described in more detail in our privacy notice.
These purposes include:

10.3.1 administering that user’s account, as described
in more detail in Part A of these terms and conditions; and

10.3.2 sharing reviews submitted by those users (as
described in paragraph 7.5);

10.3.3 monitoring use of our sites to help ensure that
we are providing a positive user experience and to understand content usage
patterns; and

10.3.4 where you cancel your membership, informing any user
associated with your school of this cancellation (as described in paragraph 2.5).

10.4 Where we process personal data as described in
paragraph 10.3, we are considered to be a “controller” for the purposes of data protection law.
This means that we are responsible for ensuring that these activities comply
with applicable data protection law.

10.5 When you provide us with any personal data, you
must ensure that you are lawfully entitled to provide us with that personal
data so that we can use that personal data for the purposes described in paragraph
10.3.

10.6 If you have a valid membership, we will let you
know which individuals associated with your school (such as staff and parents)
have signed up for an account, and will share insights with you regarding what
content they are accessing.

10.7 This information described in paragraph 10.6
is shared with you solely for the purposes of understanding the learning
requirements and areas of interest of individuals associated with your school,
and must not be used for any other purpose. You will be the “controller” in
respect of any use that you make of this information. This means that you are
responsible for ensuring that these any use you make of this information
complies with applicable data protection law.

11. LINKS TO THIRD PARTY CONTENT

11.1 In certain circumstances we may provide links to
external sites or content or refer to third party publications.

11.2 Any link or reference is not an endorsement or
guarantee of that content, and we cannot accept no responsibility for any site,
content or publication which you may choose to access pursuant to a link or
reference.

12. GENERAL

12.1 If we fail, at any time, to insist upon strict
performance of any of your obligations under these terms, or if we fail to
exercise any of the rights or remedies to which we are entitled under these
terms, this does not mean that we are waiving those rights or remedies and you
will not be relieved from compliance with those obligations.

12.2 If any of these terms are determined by any
competent authority to be invalid, unlawful or unenforceable to any extent, that
term, condition or provision will to that extent be severed from the remaining
terms, conditions and provisions, which will continue to be valid to the
fullest extent permitted by law.

12.3 These terms represent the entire agreement
between us and replace any previous arrangement, understanding or agreement
between us. Neither of us is agreeing to these terms in reliance on any statement,
representation, assurance or warranty of any person which is not set out in
these terms.

12.4 Unless otherwise expressly stated, any notices
which are required to be sent under these terms must be sent by email. Notices
sent to us should be sent to membership@nationaleducationgroup.co.uk. Any
notices for you will be sent to the email address you provided when registering
(or any other email address you have given us to replace that email address).

12.5 We may revise or replace terms from time to
time. If we do, we will post the revised or replacement terms on our sites, and
the updated terms will take effect from the date that those updated terms are
posted (unless otherwise stated). If you object to any revision or replacement
of our terms, you must let us know within 30 days of the new terms being
posted, in which case any membership or right to view a webinar will end
immediately.

12.6 These terms, including any associated
non-contractual dispute, are governed by English law, and you and we each
accept the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts in respect of any
disputes arising out of or in connection with these terms.