Tel: 028 87724401
.....Summer 2018 GCSE/GCE Timetable.... .Read about past student success ..............Accessing ' MyFiles' cloud from home more info................College Videos......FREE Microsoft Office 365 for all students more info
::Upcoming Events::
25th Jun End of Summer Term for Yr 8
26th Jun End of Summer Term for Yr 9
27th Jun End of Summer Term for Yr 10

::Sports::
Athletics
Basketball
Cross Country
G.A.A
Hockey
Netball
Soccer

::Policies ::
Drugs
Doc | PDF
Child Protection
Doc | PDF
Declaration Of Rights
Bully-Free Zone Booklet
Doc | PDF

::Clubs::
EAL Club
Eco Club
Computer Club
Library
Homework Club
 
Extra Curricular Activities List

::Student Resources::
Access C2K Personal Files & Folders from Home

Useful Websites


:: Contact Us ::
21 Gortmerron Link Road, Dungannon, Co.Tyrone BT71 6LS.
Tel : 028 87724401 Fax 02887725499
E-mail: info@intcollege.dungannon.ni.sch.uk

LEARN HOW TO PROTECT YOUR CHILD ONLINE

The online world is integral to how children stay in touch with their friends, and access to the internet is now available like never before. However, there are inherent risks associated with new technologies and it is essential for young people and their parents / carers to understand how to reduce these risks.

 

The Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre is the UK’s national child protection agency (visit www.ceop.police.uk for more information).

 

Through the clickCEOP advice and help centre, members of the public can access guidance on a broad range of topics to help protect their children, or alternatively report a concern directly to CEOP..

 

CEOP’s Children and Young People’s programme; Thinkuknow, is used in schools nationwide to educate young people about how to stay safe online. As parents you can play a fundamental role in this aspect of their education. To stay up to date with further information and advice, please visit www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents to find information on:

 

  • What are the risks posed to your child online?
  • What can you do to protect your child?
  • Where can you go if you are concerned?