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The Big Opt-In

The Windsor Alumni has only been running for a few years and we are just beginning. We don’t want to lose touch with any of you following the change to Data Protection laws in May 2018.
The Big Opt-In 2018
The Big Opt-In 2018

New data legislation coming in to force in May this year means that we need alumni of Windsor High School and Sixth Form to opt-in to continue to receive communications from the school.
We'd hate for you to miss out on interesting alumni news and invites to reunion events, so we are starting a campaign to get as many of you to opt-in as possible: The BIG OPT-IN!

Part of our online network already?   
Simply log-in and go to your 'Settings' page where you can tick these ‘Consent options’ (you can return to this section at any time to change your preferences):

Not yet signed-up?
Join the Windsor Alumni community right now by clicking HERE! You can tick the opt-in boxes at registration when you visit our alumni website.
A BIG thank you for supporting our Big Opt-In campaign!
The Windsor Alumni Team

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