Fanida Privacy Policy

All staff of Fanida International School are required to protect the personal and health information the School collects and holds.

The privacy laws do not replace any existing obligations Fanida International School has under other laws. Essentially this policy will apply when other laws do not regulate the use of personal information.


 Personal information means information or opinion that is recorded in any form and whether true or not, about an individual whose identity is apparent, or can be reasonably be determined from the information or opinion.

Health information is defined as including information or opinion about a person's physical, mental or psychological health, or disability, which is also classified as personal information.

Sensitive information information is defined as information relating to a person’s racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religion, trade union, or other professional, or trade association membership, sexual preferences, or criminal record that is also classified as personal information about an individual.

Parent in this policy in relation to a child, includes step parent, an adoptive parent, a foster parent, guardian, or a person who has custody or daily care and control of the child.

Staff in this policy is defined as someone who carries out a duty on behalf of the Fanida International School, paid or unpaid, or who is contracted to, or directly employed by the Fanida International School. Information provided to a School through job applications is also considered staff information.

Policy Context
Personal Information is collected and used by Fanida International School to:

  • Provide services or to carry out the School statutory functions,

  •  Assist the School services and its staff to fulfill its duty of care to pupils,

  • Plan, resource, monitor and evaluate School services and functions,

  • Comply with statutory and or other legal obligations in respect of staff,

  • Investigate incidents or defend any legal claims against the School, its services or its staff, and

  • Comply with laws that impose specific obligations regarding the handling of personal information.

Collection of Personal Information

Fanida International School collects and holds personal information about students, parents and staff.

Use and disclosure of the personal information provided

Pupils and Parents:

The purposes for which the School uses personal information of pupils and parents include:

  • Keeping parents informed about matters related to their child's schooling,

  • Looking after pupil's educational, social and health needs,

  • Celebrating the efforts and achievements of students,

  • Day-to-day administration,

  • Satisfying the School's legal obligations, and

  • Allowing the School to discharge its duty of care.


The purposes for which the School uses personal information of job applicants, staff members and contractors include:

  • Assessing the suitability for employment,

  • Administering the individual's employment or contract,

  • Satisfying the School's legal requirements, and

The School will use and disclose personal information about a student, parent and staff when:

  • It is required for general administration duties and statutory functions,

  • It relates to the purposes for which it was collected, and

  • For a purpose that is directly related to the reason the information was collected and the use would be reasonably expected by the individual and there is no reason to believe they would object to the disclosure.

The School can disclose personal information for another purpose when:

  • The person consents, or

  • It is necessary to lessen or prevent a serious or imminent threat to life, health or safety or

  • Is required by law or for law enforcement purposes.

Where consent for the use and disclosure of personal information is required, the School will seek consent from the appropriate person. In the case of a pupil's personal information, the School will seek the consent from the student and/ or parent depending on the circumstances and the student's mental ability and maturity to understand the consequences of the proposed use and disclosure.

Fanida International School will generally seek the consent of the pupil's parents and will treat consent given by the parent as consent given on behalf of the student.

Accessing personal information

A parent, pupil or staff member may seek access to their personal information, provided by them, that is held by the School.

Updating personal information
The School aims to keep personal information it holds accurate, complete and up-to-date. A person may update their personal information by contacting


School staff and pupils have use of information communication technologies (ICT) provided by the
School. This use is directed by the following guidelines:

  • Specific use in respect to a pupil’s assignment or lesson

  • Direction from a class teacher or ICT attendant

  • Research purposes for staff and students

  • Limited personal use by staff, no personal usage for pupils

  • ICT facilities may not be used to communicate or transmit abusive or malicious content

Web Sites (Information Collected)

Fanida International School web and web server makes a record of a visit and logs the following information for statistical purposes:

  • The Internet Protocol (IP) address of the machine from connecting to the website

  • The top level domain name

  • Submissions via web forms and Fanida shop are stored on our mail system

Fanida International School prohibits the saving of gallery content without express approval from the School.

Parent Zone

This section of our website is designed for parents of attending students. We, at Fanida, believe that communication is of principal importance. At Fanida International, the aim is to give parents access to up to date information, ensuring parents always stay informed as to what is going with their children, as well as at the school.

Learning Zone

The learning zone is a place for Fanida International pupils to improve their knowledge using our ICT facilities.

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