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Publication Scheme

Linn Moor School is required to adopt and maintain a Publication Scheme approved by the Scottish Information Commissioner. The Publication Scheme lists classes of information which we publish (or intend to publish) and where to find it.

Linn Moor has adopted the Model Publication Scheme produced by the Scottish Information Commissioner. You can find this scheme on the Commissioner’s website or by contacting us at the address on the side of this page.

Linn Moor School has produced its Guide to Information which:

  • allows you to see what information is available (and what is not available) in relation to each class
  • states what charges may be applied
  • explains how you can find the information easily
  • provides contact details for enquiries and to get help with accessing the information
  • explains how to request information we hold that has not been published.

You can also request a hard copy from the contact on the side of this page.

Making a request for information

Under FOISA you have legal rights to information held by Linn Moor School (please note Education department only). These rights apply only to information requests made in writing or another recordable format (verbal requests for environmental information carry similar rights).  When making a request, you should provide a name and address for correspondence and a description of the information you would like to see.

There are certain circumstances when some or all of the information you request may not be released as it is exempt under FOISA. If this is the case we will write to you and explain why. If you are unhappy with our response you can ask us to review it and if you are still unhappy, you can make an appeal to the Scottish Information Commissioner.

Access to personal information about yourself

FOISA does not give you a right to personal information about yourself. If you want to request your own personal information held by VSA, this will be treated as a subject access request under the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA).

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