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LATEST NEWS

Year 8 Teambuilding Day
October 09, 2018

Thank you to the staff of Todd's Leap who ensured our Year 8 students thoroughly enjoyed an action packed teambuilding day. The students participated in Zip line, Last Man Standing, Giant Swing, Archery, Wall Climbing, Zorbing, Vortex Walk, Bungee Run and Off Road Driving.More Photos

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Duke Of Edinburgh Award Gold Expedition
October 04, 2018

Our Students completed their assessed DofE Gold Expedition in the Mournes recently. The students had previously completed a practice expedition in the Sperrin Mountains and had the experience of also completing their Bronze and Silver Awards. Mr Warren Taylor, who leads the Duke of Edinburgh Award Programme, at the college said, 'They were a dedicated and determined group, who all worked hard in order to complete a challenging four-day Expedition and I now look forward to them completing their Gold Award before the Summer'. 'It will be a fantastic achievement for them to have all three Awards: Bronze, Silver and Gold'. The students were also supported by Mr Peter Moore (DofE Leader) and Mr Sammy McGill (DofE Assessor). More Photos

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ICD Book fair
October 02, 2018

Students in KS3 were asked to design a poster informing other students about the scholastic book fair and inviting them to attend. The book fair began on Friday 28th September and ends on Thursday 4th October. Excellent posters were submitted from the KS3 students and the winners; Holly, Morgan, Elizabeth, Ryan and Ellie, received their awards today, from College Librarian, Caroline Gilligan

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ICD Junior Prizegiving Ceremony
October 01, 2018

The Junior Prizegiving Ceremony has taken place at Integrated College Dungannon to celebrate the achievements of students from Year 8, 9 and 10, in the last academic year. The students were presented with an array of trophies, plaques and certificates at the ceremony which was held in the College Hall.' The platform party included Declan Devine, IFA Elite Performance Coach, who presented the Irish Football Association Cup, to Year 9 student, Ethan Nethery. Guest Speaker at the event was former Head Girl, Megan Bothwell. No stranger to public speaking, Megan, who recently was guest speaker at International Peace Day on the Hill of the O'Neill, shared her fond memories of ICD and the valuable lessons she had learned from the College ethos. She combined the College's message to students of feeling 'welcome, safe and happy' with her message of 'speaking, sharing and smiling', urging the young students to play their part in making today's society better, and more peaceful, for everyone.
Speaking at the Junior Prizegiving Ceremony, College Principal, Mr Andrew Sleeth, said 'I would like to thank our Guest Speaker, Megan Bothwell and Mr Declan Devine, IFA, for their words of support and advice, to our students, today. To our prize winners, congratulations to every one of you for the hard work and commitment you have shown, to your studies and to the College, in the last academic year. I am delighted to welcome your parents here today so that they can share in your success and I would like to thank them for their support throughout the year'.
The event concluded with afternoon tea for prizewinners and their families. More Photos

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Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award Success
September 12, 2018

Congratulations to Aaron Graham, Ciaran Conway and Leah Wallace who were presented with their DofE Gold Awards at Hillsborough Castle by HRH The Princess Royal recently. The students thoroughly enjoyed the event and were delighted to chat to Mr Paulo Ross from Cool FM Radio; who was Guest Presenter at the event.

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Preventative Education at ICD
June 28, 2018

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ICD STUDENT TO TAKE PART IN WORLD CUP OPENING CEREMONY
June 14, 2018

ICD's Year 8 student, Zach, has been chosen to take part in the opening ceremony of the 2018 World Cup, which kicks off in Russia tomorrow. He will carry the Northern Ireland flag at the ceremony in the 81,000-seater Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow ahead of the opening match of the World Cup. The launch celebrations and match between hosts Russia against Saudi Arabia are expected to attract a global television audience of around 3.6 billion people. Playing as part of the Football For Friendship (F4F) international children's social programme run by Gazprom, a partner of FIFA and the 2018 World Cup. Zach scored 5 goals in 3 matches yesterday and is enjoying representing Northern Ireland; playing football with other young students from more than 200 countries.
Our whole College community were delighted when World Cup organisers confirmed that the Under-12 player along with children from the 210 other countries attending the F4F events will be taking part in a flag ceremony as part of the World Cup curtain-raiser. Sending his best wishes, Mr Sleeth, Principal said, 'Enjoy every minute of this fantastic opportunity, what an experience! You are and have been an excellent ambassador for the College, the IFA and Northern Ireland. We are all very proud of you and your achievements'
For more photos check out our college Facebook page.

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Updated Data Protection Policy : GPDR
May 29, 2018

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INTEGRATED COLLEGE DUNGANNON
21 Gortmerron Link Road, Dungannon, Co Tyrone, BT71 6LS
Tel (028) 8772 4401
Data Protection Policy
Version Date Revision Author Summary of Changes
1.0 24 May 2018 AS/CB
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EXECUTIVE STATEMENT


At Integrated College Dungannon (the "College"), we believe privacy is important. We are
committed to complying with our data protection obligations and to being concise, clear and
transparent about how we obtain and use Personal Information and how (and when) we delete
that information once it is no longer required.
We will review and update this data protection policy (the "Policy") regularly in accordance
with our data protection obligations.
Any queries in relation to this Policy or any of the matters referred to in it should be submitted
to the Principal in writing at Integrated College Dungannon, 21 Gortmerron Link Road,
Dungannon Co. Tyrone BT71 6LS.
The following policies, procedures and documents are also relevant to this Policy:
- Data Breach Management Procedure
- Subject Access Request Procedure
- Department of Education Document Disposal of Records Schedule
- E-Safety and Acceptable Use of Internet and Digital Technology Policy
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DATA PROTECTION POLICY
1. Scope

1.1. The College is subject to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which
imposes obligations on the College as a data controller in relation to the protection,
use, retention and disposal of Personal Information. This Policy sets out the
procedures that are to be followed when dealing with Personal Information and
applies to all Personal Information processed by or on behalf of Integrated College
Dungannon.
1.2. You must read this Policy because it gives important information about:
1.2.1. the data protection principles with which Integrated College Dungannon must
comply;
1.2.2. what is meant by Personal Information and Special Category Data;
1.2.3. how we gather, use and (ultimately) delete Personal Information and Special
Category Data in accordance with the data protection principles;
1.2.4. where more detailed Privacy Information can be found, e.g. about the
Personal Information we gather and use about you, how it is used, stored and
transferred, for what purposes, the steps taken to keep that information secure
and for how long it is kept;
1.2.5. your rights and obligations in relation to data protection; and
1.2.6. the consequences of our failure to comply with this Policy.
1.3. Please refer to the College's privacy notices which can be accessed on the College's
website at www.intcollege.co.uk or on request from the College, and where
appropriate, to other relevant policies which contain further information regarding the
protection of Personal Information in those contexts.
2. Data Protection Principles
2.1. GDPR sets out the following principles with which any party handling Personal
Information must comply. All Personal Information must be:
2.1.1. processed lawfully, fairly and in a transparent manner;
2.1.2. collected for specified, explicit and legitimate purposes only, and will not be
further processed in a manner that is incompatible with those purposes;
further processing for archiving purposes in the public interest, scientific or
historical research purposes or statistical purposes shall not be considered to
be incompatible with the initial purposes;
2.1.3. adequate, relevant and limited to what is necessary in relation to the purposes
for which it is processed;
2.1.4. accurate and, where necessary, kept up to date and take reasonable steps to
ensure that inaccurate Personal Information are deleted or corrected without
delay;
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2.1.5. kept in a form which permits identification of individuals for no longer than is
necessary for the purposes for which the information is processed; Personal
Information may be stored for longer periods insofar as the data will be
processed solely for archiving purposes in the public interest, scientific or
historical research purposes subject to implementation of the appropriate
technical and organisational measures required by GDPR in order to
safeguard the rights and freedoms of the individual; and
2.1.6. processed in a manner than ensures appropriate security of the Personal
Information, including protection against unauthorised or unlawful processing
and against accidental loss, destruction or damage, using appropriate
technical or organisational measures.
3. Lawful, Fair and Transparent Processing
3.1. The College will, before any processing of Personal Information starts for the first
time, and then regularly while it continues:
3.1.1. process the Personal Information on at least one of the following bases:
3.1.1.1. Consent:
- the individual has given their express agreement to the
processing of their Personal Information for one or more
specific purposes;
- parental consent will be obtained for any child aged under
13 years old;
3.1.1.2. Contractual:
- the processing is necessary for the performance of a
contract to which the individual is party or in order to take
steps at the request of the individual prior to entering into
a contract;
3.1.1.3. Legal Obligation:
- the processing is necessary for compliance with a legal
obligation to which the College is subject;
3.1.1.4. Vital Interests:
- the processing is necessary for the protection of the vital
interests of the individual or another natural person; or
3.1.1.5. Public Interest:
- the processing is necessary for the performance of a task
carried out in the public interest or exercise of official
authority; or
3.1.1.6. Legitimate Interests:
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- the processing is necessary for the purposes of legitimate
interests of the College or a third party, except where those
interests are overridden by the interests of fundamental
rights and freedoms of the individual, in particular where
the individual is a child.
3.1.2. except where the processing is based on consent, satisfy ourselves that the
processing is necessary for the purpose of the relevant lawful basis (i.e. that
there is no other reasonable way to achieve that purpose);
3.1.3. document our decision as to which lawful basis applies to help demonstrate
our compliance with the data protection principles;
3.1.4. include information about both the purposes of the processing and the lawful
basis for it in our relevant privacy notices which can be accessed from the
College's website at www.intcollege.co.uk or on request from the College.
3.1.5. where Special Category Data is processed, identify a lawful special condition
for processing that information and document it; and
3.1.6. where criminal offence information is processed, identify a lawful condition for
processing that information and document it.
4. Rights of the Individual
4.1. The GDPR states that individuals have the following rights in respect of the
processing of their Personal Information:
4.1.1. The right to be informed:
4.1.1.1. The College will keep individuals informed of its processing
activities through its privacy notices which can be accessed from
the College's website at www.intcollege.co.uk or on request from
the College.
4.1.2. The right of access:
- An individual may make a subject access request (“SAR”) at any
time to find out more about the Personal Information which the
College holds on them. All SARs must be forwarded to the
Principal in writing at Integrated College Dungannon, 21
Gortmerron Link Road, Dungannon Co. Tyrone BT71 6LS.
4.1.2.1. The College is required to respond to a SAR within one month of
receipt but this can be extended by up to two months in the case
of complex and/or numerous requests and, in such cases, the
individual will be informed of the need for such extension. The
College does not charge a fee for the handling of a straightforward
SAR.
4.1.3. The right to rectification:
4.1.3.1. If an individual informs the College that Personal Information held
by the College is inaccurate or incomplete, the individual can
request that it is rectified.
4.1.4. The right to erasure:
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4.1.4.1. An individual is entitled to request that the College ceases to hold
Personal Information it holds about them.
4.1.4.2. The College is required to comply with a request for erasure
unless the College has reasonable grounds to refuse.
4.1.5. The right to restrict processing:
4.1.5.1. An individual is entitled to request that the College stops
processing the Personal Information it holds about them in certain
circumstances.
4.1.6. The right to data portability:
4.1.6.1. An individual has the right to receive a copy of their Personal
Information and use it for other purposes.
4.1.7. The right to object:
4.1.7.1. An individual is entitled to object to the College’s processing of
their Personal Information.
4.1.8. Rights in relation to automated decision making and profiling:
4.1.8.1. An individual has the right to challenge any decision that is made
about them on an automated basis (subject to certain exceptions).
4.1.8.2. The College is also required to comply with certain conditions if it
uses Personal Information for profiling purposes.
5. Data Protection Officer
5.1. A Data Protection Officer (DPO) is appointed who will monitor adherence to this
policy.
5.2. The DPO is required to have an appropriate level of knowledge.
6. Privacy by Design
6.1. The College has adopted the principle of privacy by design and will ensure that the
definition and planning of all new or significantly changed systems that collect or
process Personal Information will be subject to due consideration of privacy issues,
including the completion of one or more data protection impact assessments.
6.2. The data protection impact assessment will include:
6.2.1. Consideration of how Personal Information will be processed and for what
purposes;
6.2.2. Assessment of whether the proposed processing of Personal Information is
both necessary and proportionate to the purpose(s);
6.2.3. Assessment of the risks to individuals in processing the Personal Information;
6.3. What controls are necessary to address the identified risks and demonstrate
compliance with legislation.
6.4. A data protection impact assessment is conducted by the Principal:
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6.4.1. On every business process periodically, at least once a year and more
frequently where the amount and/or sensitivity of Personal Information
processed, dictates so;
6.4.2. As part of the project calendar admission requirements checklist;
6.4.3. At every high-impact change, and/or at the request of the Data Protection
Officer.
7. Data Retention & Disposal
7.1. The longer that Personal Information is retained, the higher the likelihood is of
accidental disclosure, loss, theft and/or information growing stale.
7.2. Any Personal Information kept by the College is managed in accordance with the
Department of Education Disposal of Records Schedule (https://www.educationni.
gov.uk/publications/disposal-records-schedule).
8. Data Breach
8.1. A data breach is any (potential) unintended loss of control over or loss of Personal
Information within the College's environment. Preventing a data breach is the
responsibility of all the College staff and its workforce.
8.2. Please refer to the College's Data Breach Management Procedure.
9. Third-Party Services and Subcontracting
9.1. The College may decide to contract with a third party for the collection, storage or
processing of data, including Personal Information.
9.2. If the College decides to appoint a third party for the processing of Personal
Information, this must be regulated in a written agreement in which the rights and
duties of the College and of the subcontractor are specified. A subcontractor shall be
selected that will guarantee the technological and organisational security measures
required in this Policy, and provide sufficient guarantees with respect to the protection
of the personal rights and the exercise of those rights.
9.3. The subcontractor is contractually obligated to process Personal Information only
within the scope of the contract and the directions issued by the College.
10. Complaints
10.1. Complaints will be dealt with in line with the College's complaints policy which can be
accessed from the College's website at www.intcollege.co.uk or on request from the
College.
10.2. You have the right to make a complaint at any time to the Information Commissioner's
Office (ICO), the UK supervisory authority for data protection issues. The ICOs
details are as follows:
The Information Commissioner's Office Northern Ireland
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3rd Floor
14 Cromac Place,
Belfast
BT7 2JB
Telephone: 028 9027 8757 / 0303 123 1114
Email: ni@ico.org.uk
11. Definitions
is any freely given, specific and
transparently, well-informed indication of the
will of the individual, whereby the individual
agrees that his or her Personal Information
may be processed. Particular requirements
about consent can arise from the respective
national laws.
"Personal Information" (sometimes known as "personal data")
means any information relating to an
identified or identifiable natural person. An
identifiable person is one who can be
identified, directly or indirectly - in
particular, by reference to an identification
number or to one or more factors specific to
his or her physical, physiological, mental,
economic, cultural or social identity.
"processing" means obtaining, recording, organising,
storing, amending, retrieving, disclosing
and/or destroying information, or using or
doing anything with Personal Information.
"Special Category Data" (sometimes known as "sensitive personal
data") means Personal Information that
reveals racial or ethnic origin, political
opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs,
trade union membership, genetic and
biometric data and the processing of data
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Letter to Parents / Carers / Legal Guardians re: GPDR
May 29, 2018

INTEGRATED COLLEGE DUNGANNON PRIVACY NOTICE
For Pupils & Parents/Families/Carers/Legal Guardians

ABOUT US

Integrated College Dungannon is the data controller of the personal information we hold about our pupils and their parents/families/carers/legal guardians. This means that we are responsible for deciding how we hold and use the personal information which we collect.
We are required under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to notify you of the information contained in this privacy notice.

We collect and use pupil information under the Education Act (Northern Ireland) 2014 and other legislation. You may find the specific legislation at https://www.education- ni.gov.uk/department-education-legislation.
The majority of pupil information you provide to us is information which you are legally obliged to provide but some pupil information is provided to us on a voluntary basis. When collecting information from you we will inform you whether you are required to provide certain pupil information to us or if you have a choice in this.
This notice applies to prospective, current and former pupils and their families/carers/legal guardians and those applying for a place at the school and their families/carers/legal guardians. We may update this notice at any time but if we do so, we will inform you as soon as reasonably practicable.

It is important that you read and retain this notice, together with any other privacy notice we may provide on specific occasions when we are collecting or processing personal information about you, so that you are aware of how and why we are using such information and what your rights are under the GDPR.

If you have any questions about this privacy notice or how we handle personal information, please contact the Principal who will deal with your query. The Principal can be contacted in writing at Integrated College Dungannon, 21 Gortmerron Link Road, Dungannon Co. Tyrone BT71 6LS.
Our Data Protection Officer is the Education Authority and it monitors the school's data protection procedures to ensure they meet the standards and requirements of the GDPR]. Please contact the Data Protection Officer at the Education Authority.
You have the right to make a complaint at any time to the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO), the UK supervisory authority for data protection issues. The ICO's details are as follows:

The Information Commissioner's Office Northern Ireland

3rd Floor
14 Cromac Place, Belfast
BT7 2JB


Telephone: 028 9027 8757 / 0303 123 1114
Email: ni@ico.org.uk

HOW DO WE COLLECT AND HOLD PERSONAL INFORMATION?

We collect some personal information about our pupils and their families/carers/legal guardians during a pupil's application process to the school.
We will sometimes collect additional information from third parties such as the Education Authority, Department of Education, examination board or previous school attended by a pupil.
We mainly collect personal information about our pupils and their families/carers/legal guardians throughout the course of the pupil's time at the school, for instance when completing educational visit consent forms, from statutory curriculum assessments and throughout our relationship with a pupil when we are exercising our legal obligations as a public educational body and during our pastoral care.

WHAT PERSONAL INFORMATION DO WE COLLECT, STORE AND USE ABOUT OUR PUPILS?

Personal information is information that identifies you and relates to you. We will collect, store and use the following categories of personal information about our pupils:

  • Personal information (such as name, age, date of birth, photographs and unique pupil number)
  • Contact information (such as address, emergency contact information and telephone number)
  • Attendance information (such as sessions attended, number of absences and absence reasons)
  • Assessment information (such as statutory assessment process, GCSE and post-16 qualifications and standardised tests provided by commercial companies)
  • Exclusion and behavioural information
  • CCTV footage captured in school and other information obtained through electronic means (when such systems become available)
  • Non-sensitive characteristic information (such as free school meal eligibility)
  • Special categories of information (such as ethnicity, language, country of birth, nationality, information regarding health, special educational needs, allergies and disability).

WHAT PERSONAL INFORMATION DO WE COLLECT, STORE AND USE ABOUT OUR PUPILS'/ PARENTS/FAMILIES/CARERS/LEGAL GUARDIANS?

We will collect, store and use the following categories of personal information about our pupils/parents/families/carers/legalguardians:

  • Personal information (such as name, age, date of birth and photographs)
  • Contact information (such as address and telephone number)
  • Financial information (such as bank account details and payment history)

  • CCTV footage captured in school and other information obtained through electronic means

WHY DO WE COLLECT, STORE AND USE THIS INFORMATION?

We will only use personal information when the law allows us to. Most commonly, we will use personal information relating to our pupils and their parents/families/carers/legal guardians where we need to comply with our legal obligations and where it is needed in the public interest for us to exercise our authority as a public educational body.
In some cases we may use personal information where it is necessary for our legitimate interests (or those of a third party) and your interests and fundamental rights do not override those interests. For example, the school has a legitimate interest in providing pupils with an education, safeguarding and promoting pupil welfare, facilitating the efficient operation of the school.
We may also use your personal information, less frequently to protect a pupil's or their family's interests (or someone else's interests). For example, when investigating a complaint made by another pupil.
We keep personal information electronically on the School's information management systems, the School's IT network, or manually in indexed filing systems.
Situations in which we will use personal data, including special category data, include:


Teaching & Learning

For example:

    • to monitor and report on pupil progress
    • to provide appropriate pastoral care

Statutory Returns

For example:

    • to monitor equal opportunities


Safeguarding & Child Protection

For example:

    • to safeguard pupils
    • to manage a pupil's absence

Security

For example:

    • to comply with health and safety obligations
    • to comply with the law regarding data sharing


Business Continuity

For example:

    • to assess the quality of our services

Access to Systems

For example:

    • to support pupil learning


Communications

For example:

    • to foster links between the school and the local community, including fundraising events

Sound Financial Management

For example

    • to provide more efficient means of payment for school facilities such as catering services

CONSENT

Whilst the majority of the personal data provided to the school is required for us to comply with our legal obligations, some of that information is provided on a voluntary basis through parental consent (namely, a parent's/carer's/legal guardian's express agreement). A pupil aged 13 or over is considered capable of giving consent themselves and will not require express agreement from a parent/carer/legal guardian. However, if a child is not considered capable of giving consent themselves for example, due to an identified special educational need, an adult with parental responsibility may exercise the child's data protection rights on their behalf.

Where we need consent, for example when entering a pupil into specific events such as sporting events or trips, the school will provide the person with parental responsibility for a pupil or, if aged 13 or over, the pupil themselves, with a specific and clear notice which explains the reasons why the data is being collected and how the data will be used. You should be aware if you do not consent to our collection of this type of data, this will not affect the standard of education we deliver to the pupil.

If we ask for your consent to use personal information, you can take back this consent at any time. A parent/carer/legal guardian, or alternatively a pupil aged 13 or over, should contact the Principal in writing in writing at Integrated College Dungannon, 21 Gortmerron Link Road, Dungannon Co. Tyrone BT71 6LS if they would like to withdraw any consent that has been given.

Please be aware that we do not need to obtain parental consent if personal data is to be processed for the purposes of obtaining counselling services for the child.

HOW LONG IS THE INFORMATION STORED FOR?

We will only keep personal information for as long as necessary to fulfil the purposes we collected it (for example, to educate and look after pupils) and including for the purposes of satisfying any legal, accounting, or reporting requirements.

We do not store personal data forever; we only hold pupil and family data for as long as we are legally able to do so. However, sometimes we will keep personal information for historical reasons (e.g. year group or sports team photographs) but you will always have a right to ask for it to be destroyed.

This is a link to the Department of Education Document Retention and Disposal Policy which can be found at https://www.education-ni.gov.uk/publications/disposal-records-schedule.This will give you more information about how long we keep personal information.

In determining the appropriate retention period for personal information, we consider the amount, nature, and sensitivity of the personal data, the potential risk of harm from


unauthorised use or disclosure of your personal data, the purposes for which we process your personal data and whether we can achieve those purposes through other means, and the applicable legal requirements.
In some circumstances we may anonymise your personal information so that it can no longer be associated with you, in which case we may use such information without further notice to you.

DATA SECURITY

We have put in place appropriate security measures to prevent personal information from being accidentally lost, used or accessed in an unauthorised way, altered or disclosed. In addition, we limit access to your personal information to those employees, agents, contractors and other third parties who have a need to know. They will only process personal information on our instructions and they are subject to a duty of confidentiality.
We have put in place procedures to deal with any suspected data security breach and will notify you and any applicable regulator (currently the Information Commissioner's Office) of a suspected breach where we are legally required to do so.

WHO WE SHARE PUPIL INFORMATION WITH

We may have to share pupil and their family's data with third parties, including third-party service providers and other bodies such as:

  • the new school/s that the pupil attends after leaving us
  • the previous school/s that the pupil attended before enrolling with us
  • the Department of Education
  • the Education Authority for Northern Ireland
  • Northern Ireland Council for Curriculum Examinations and Assessments
  • The Board of Governors
  • Northern Ireland Council for Integrated Education
  • General Teaching Council for Northern Ireland
  • Middletown Centre for Autism
  • Youth Council for Northern Ireland
  • Exceptional Circumstances Body
  • Department of Health and Health & Social Care Trusts
  • PSNI
  • C2K or any other School Management Information System
  • Teachers2Parents messaging service
  • Examination Boards such as AQA, CCEA and Excel
  • Commercial standardised test providers.

WHY WE SHARE PUPIL INFORMATION

We do not share information about our pupils with anyone without consent unless the law and our policies allow us to do so. We only permit access to personal data for specified purpose and in accordance with our instructions.
We are required to share pupils' data with the Department of Education and/or the Education Authority on a statutory basis. This data sharing underpins school funding and educational


attainment policy and monitoring. We also share information with the NHS or a pupil's destination upon leaving school.

Pupils aged 13+:

Once our pupils reach the age of 13, we also pass pupil information to the Education Authority and/or provider of youth support services as they have responsibilities in relation to the education or training of 13-19 year olds.
This enables them to provide services as follows:

  • youth support services
  • careers advisers

A parent, carer or guardian can request that only their child's name, address and date of birth is passed to the Education Authority or provider of youth support services by informing us. This right is transferred to the child/pupil once he/she reaches the age 16, provided that the child/pupil remains capable of exercising that right.

Pupils aged 16+:

We will also share certain information about pupils aged 16+ with Department of Education and/or provider of youth support services as they have responsibilities in relation to the education or training of 13-19 year olds.
This enables them to provide services as follows:

  • post-16 education and training providers
  • youth support services
  • careers advisers.

Schools Census

The Department of Education has a legal right to ask for particular information under the Education and Libraries (NI) Order 2003 and is referred to as the 'School Census'. This information includes information on pupil characteristics such as date of birth, gender, ethnicity, religion, free school meal entitlement and special educational needs status. A number of statistical releases are made available through the Department of Education website covering data on enrolments, participation rates, pupil teacher ratios, school leavers, attendance and school performance

TRANSFERRING INFORMATION OUTSIDE THE EEA

We will not transfer the personal information we collect about you to any country outside the EEA without telling you in advance that we intend to do so and what steps we have taken to ensure adequate protection for your personal information in those circumstances.

YOUR RIGHTS OF ACCESS, CORRECTION, ERASURE AND RESTRICTION

Under GDPR, pupils/parents/families and carers have the right to request access to information about them that we hold. To make a request for your personal information, or be given access to your child’s educational record, contact the Principal in writing in writing at Integrated College Dungannon, 21 Gortmerron Link Road, Dungannon Co. Tyrone BT71 6LS.


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We may need to request specific information from you to help us confirm your identity and ensure your right to access the information (or to exercise any of your other rights). This is another appropriate security measure to ensure that personal information is not disclosed to any person who has no right to receive it.
Under certain circumstances, by law a parent/carer/legal guardian or a child over the age of 13 (who is considered competent to do so) has the right to:

  • Request access to personal information (commonly known as a 'data subject access request'). This enables you to receive a copy of the personal information we hold about you and your child and to check that we are lawfully processing it. You will not have to pay a fee to access your personal information (or to exercise any of the other rights). However, we may charge a reasonable fee if your request for access is clearly unfounded or excessive. Alternatively, we may refuse to comply with the request in such circumstances.
  • Request correction of the personal information that we hold about you and your child. This enables you to have any incomplete or inaccurate information we hold corrected.
  • Request erasure of personal information. This enables you to ask us to delete or remove personal information where there is no good reason for us continuing to process it. You also have the right to ask us to delete or remove your personal information where you have exercised your right to object to processing (see below).
  • Object to processing of personal information where we are relying on a legitimate interest (or that of a third party) and there is something about your particular situation which makes you want to object to processing on this ground. You also have the right to object where we are processing you and your child's personal information for direct marketing purposes.
  • Request the transfer of your personal information to another party, for instance a new school.

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Northern Ireland Fire & Rescue Service (NIFRS)
May 24, 2018

The College were delighted to welcome back former student Barrie Kelly, who along with his father, Denis, held a talk with Year 10 students to promote the Northern Ireland Fire & Rescue Service Cadet's Programme. Our students really enjoyed this informative and positive talk on the career opportunities available within the NIFRS and the skills and qualities required to be a successful firefighter. The College would like to thank both Denis and Barrie for their time and enthusiasm! You haven't changed a bit 'wee Barrie Kelly'.

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Cultural Diversity Celebration
May 24, 2018

Thank you to Mid Ulster District Council and to ArtsEkta, one of Northern Ireland's leading ethnic arts organisations, for helping us celebrate 'UN World Day for Cultural Diversity' on 21st May. Every student in Year 8 had the opportunity to engage in arts, dialogue and cultural exchange through participation in various workshops including African drumming, Chinese martial arts, Japanese origami, Polish arts and a lesson on Islamic culture. This event enabled the students to appreciate the importance of cultural diversity and harmony in a fun and practical way. As an initiative funded by the Council, ICD were delighted to welcome Chair of Mid-Ulster Council, Kim Ashton and Good Relations Officer, Paula Kelly to the event.

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Digital Skills Summer Camp for girls
May 24, 2018

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Balmoral Show
May 18, 2018

The Balmoral Show celebrates a landmark anniversary with its 150th show. Our annual trip proved popular with the students, who thoroughly enjoyed every minute of the event, especially those students who got the opportunity to chat to Carl Frampton, who was also in attendance.

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ICD Welcomes Special Visitor
May 14, 2018

TThe College were delighted to welcome Her Majesty the Queen's Lord Lieutenant of County Tyrone, Mr Robert Scott. Mr Scott, along with his wife, Marie Christine, were greeted on arrival by College Principal, Mr Sleeth and Deputy Head Boy, Jack Liggett, who had served Mr Scott as a cadet sergeant until March of this year.
The Lord Lieutenant showed great interest in several college projects including Project SCool - the provision of heat to the College by Greiner Packaging,the Gold, Silver and Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme, EAL provision, Prince's Trust and the IFA Elite Performance Programme, to name a few. After a tour of the College, the guests met with Head Students and Student Representatives of the Board of Governors. Speaking after his visit, the Lord Lieutenant said, 'Marie Christine and I came away deeply impressed with everything that we saw. The College is clearly thinking and developing the talents of some amazing young people, providing them with firm foundations from which they will build their lives.'

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Charity Fundraising
May 14, 2018

Thank you to our students, in particular Key Stage 3, who supported our fundraising event for CLIC Sargent - Paul's House and for Cancer Research. Key Stage 3 students participated in a non-uniform day and disco and gave generously to the raffles and tuck shop. Thank you to our Sixth Form students who assisted with organising the events and to the parents and our staff who also kindly donated. A presentation will be made to Cancer Research and CLIC sargent in the near future. Lastly, stay strong Hendrikje, you are in our thoughts every day.

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Year 12 Leaving Ceremony
May 14, 2018

Students in Year 12 enjoyed their end of year ceremony which, for some, marked the near completion of their time at ICD. Parents and staff were welcomed to the event by Year Head, Mrs Donnelly, before the students were addressed by College Principal, Mr Sleeth and Vice Principal, Mr Holmes. A powerpoint presentation of photographs of the students from Year 8 to Year 12 helped them reflect on their time at the College before the students, along with parents, enjoyed the refreshments served. To our Year 12 students: remember your teachers are still timetabled to be available to you until your examinations are completed. You are encouraged to see any teacher who can assist you with your revision, study or future plans, whether they include returning to ICD or moving on to the world of work. Best of luck in the forthcoming examinations.

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Student Council Reward
May 08, 2018

Thank you to our Student Council for their ongoing work this academic year. Chairperson, Fionn and Vice Chairperson, Arnas have attended Board of Governors meetings to represent the student voice and have brought many ideas and suggestions to the meeting. To thank all our Student Councillors, the Chairperson of the Board of Governors, Mrs Tate, organised brunch for the Students in The Loft at the Linen Green, along with Mr Sleeth, Principal and Mrs McCrum, Student Council Co-ordinator. Thank you to staff of The Loft for ensuring the students enjoyed their treat and thank you to Mrs McCrum for supporting the Student Councillors with their work each year.

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U.S. Consul General Visits ICD
May 08, 2018

U.S. Consul General, Dan Lawton, with Public Affairs Specialist, Peter McKittrick were welcomed to the College by Principal, Mr Andrew Sleeth, Head Boy, Aaron Graham and Head Girl, Rebecca Kinsella. Following a tour of the College, the Consul General was keen to meet with Sixth Form students to explain his role and to discuss U.S. politics and trade. The students were given the opportunity to ask questions and used this positively to learn more about Mr Lawton's role when he served in Lima, Karachi, and Mexico; to ask his thoughts on the impact of Brexit and to discuss the strong relationships between America, Ireland and the UK. Peter McKittrick then provided the students with information on student exchange programme opportunities. Light refreshments were served, during which the Consul General had the opportunity to discuss their various roles with Head Students, Chair of the Social Action Interact Committee, Chair and Vice Chair of the Student Council and Anti-Bullying Ambassadors. The visit concluded with a presentation, by the Consul General, of the Consulate Coin to Mr Sleeth.

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Year 10 Eurosteam Project
April 30, 2018

Year 10 students continue to participate in the Eurosteam project being facilitated by outreach staff from the STEM Centre at South West College, Dungannon. Students spent time improving their 'research skills' by completing an online scavenger hunt. Then, in groups, the students designed and built their own natural propulsion vehicles and raced them to see which could travel the furthest and the fastest. Congratulations to the winning team; Gabija, Emilija, Shannon, Lianna and Clara.

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Cancer Focus
April 30, 2018

Our students were delighted to present a cheque, for £491, to Emma from Cancer Focus . The money was raised on a non-uniform day. Cancer Focus Northern Ireland supports local cancer patients, their families and carers and funds cancer research. The organisation also campaigns for better health policies. The money raised is a huge help to the charity and thank you to our students for their support.

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RADAR Centre Visit
April 30, 2018

The Year 11 Learning for Life and Work classes visited the RADAR centre in Belfast. RADAR NI (Risk Avoidance and Danger Awareness Resource) is Northern Ireland's first fully interactive safety and life skills centre. The leaders delivered fun and interactive workshops for our students which taught them valuable life skills.

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College Canteen
April 30, 2018

The College are delighted to welcome chef, Andy Brace, to lead the catering at ICD. Unlike many other schools, the College has commenced providing school meals independently of the Education Authority. Andy, who is well-known for his culinary skills, will meet, in May, with the junior and senior Student Canteen Representatives to discuss menus, student requests and suggestions, previously presented at Student Council meetings. We are delighted too that our dinner ladies will remain in post as members of ICD staff. We would like to thank the Education Authority for the many years it provided a school meals service to the College. Parents wishing to apply for Free School Meals can contact the College on 02887724401, for an application form.

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U12 Mid-Ulster Cup Champions
April 17, 2018

Integrated College Dungannon secured their first U12 Mid-Ulster large schools' Cup at Lurgan Town FC. Having already wrapped up the U12 league title for the first time also, the team faced another tough fixture with Lurgan Junior High School, having been beaten in the N.I Schools cup semi-final a few weeks ago by the same opponents.
The boys were determined not to let their previous disappointment affect them, and went 1-0 up 10 minutes before half time, through a brave header by Jessie Turner with the goal keeper bearing down on him. The second half saw ICD start to control the match further with a number of players raising their game, resulting in another goal forced over the line by Jessie Turner, through determined pressure, to make it 2-0. Lurgan Junior High scored a goal with 5 minutes remaining but up stepped Matthew Hughes with a great strike into the far corner to wrap up the match for ICD.
A big thanks to all the support from parents and students on the day and good luck to Lurgan Junior High school in the N.I Schools' cup final.

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Armagh Planetarium Trip
April 12, 2018

Year 8 students enjoyed a fantastic day out at Armagh Planetarium. The students had the opportunity to participate in a rocket making workshop, watch a show and learn more about our Solar System. A great day was had by all!


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Under 14 Girls' Gaelic - latest
April 12, 2018

Our under 14 Girls' Gaelic Team travelled to Sperrin Integrated College to complete their final league fixture. A slow start allowed Sperrin to build up a 3-point lead with some clear goal chances, for them, denied by the strong defending of Beth Hill and Nicola Reynolds. In the second half ICD fought back with Chloe Mullan and Shannon McDonald working well together to provide Shannon with a low shot to the net. Excellent performances on the day from Lydia Kelly, Nicola Reynolds and Shannon Harrison. Final Score Sperrin 1:7 ICD 1:2

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ICD Showjumping Team
March 28, 2018

Well done to our ICD Showjumping Team, Niamh Mathieson, Year 8, Ellie McCann, Year 9 and Jayne Robinson, Year 10, who participated in Drumragh Integrated College Interschools Show in Ecclesville Equestrian Centre, Fintona. The team won the tack and turnout prize and Ellie was placed 2nd in the novice individual class. Well done girls!

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The Show Must Go On!
March 27, 2018

'We Will Rock You' is back on stage in April. For those of you who bought tickets for the Thursday evening (1st March) performance, which the College postponed, your tickets will be transferred to Thursday 19th April. Please confirm with Hazel Johnston, at the college, that you are able to use your tickets on this evening. If not, we will try to accommodate you at an additional showing. Tel: 028 8772 4401.


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ICD students attend 'Sport Uniting Communities' Launch
March 27, 2018

Year 8 students from Integrated College Dungannon (ICD), who are part of the Irish Football Association Elite Performance Programme at ICD, were delighted to participate in the 'Sport Uniting Communities' launch at Queen's University Playing Fields (The Dub).
The students participated in training sessions in rugby, soccer, Gaelic football and hurling under the close guidance of some of the most prominent names in each sport including; Monaghan's Conor McManus, Ulster Rugby's Darren Cave, NI International Jonny Evans and Ulster Women's Rugby player, Eliza Downey.
Northern Ireland Manager, Michael O'Neill, was in attendance and chatted with College Principal, Mr Andrew Sleeth, before meeting the Year 8 ICD students. For more photos, visit our Facebook page

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Fond Farewell
March 27, 2018

The College, yesterday, said a fond farewell to IFA Coach, John O’Kane. John, along with Stevie Lynch, has coached the ICD students since the inception of the IFA programme last year. An excellent coach, he will be missed by the students and staff at the College. Coaches Darren Murphy, Declan Devine, Stevie Lynch and Pascal Vaudequin will manage the programme at the College, under the direction of Jim Magilton, Elite Performance Programme Director.

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Year 12 Mock Interview Day
March 27, 2018

As part of the College Careers, Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) Programme, Year 12 students participated in a Mock Interview Day to help prepare them for the world of work.
The interviews were facilitated by volunteers from local businesses and organisations including Moy Park, Elmgrove Foods Ltd, Dungannon Enterprise Centre, Dungannon Youth Resource Centre and members of the Rotary club. We would like to thank all those involved for providing our students with this invaluable experience regarding recruitment and selection processes.

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