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Lessons from Auschwitz

On Wednesday 13th March, two of our Year 13 students joined the ‘Lessons From Auschwitz’ project on their annual trip to Poland. After landing in Krakow, students visited Oswiecim and its local museum which commemorates the former Jewish inhabitants of the city. Late morning they arrived at Auschwitz 1 for a guided tour of the […]

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Year 7 Parents Evening
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An Introduction to The UCAS Process’ Evening
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Weekly Bulletin 18.3.19
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Joining the Debate

On Friday 8th March, four of our Year 10 students represented Holy Trinity Academy at the annual debating competition held at the Queen’s School, Chester. The competition saw schools from across Cheshire and Shropshire compete in debates on this year’s topic ‘Society and the Individual’. During the course of the day students also took part […]

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Weekly Bulletin – 11.03.19




HOLY TRINITY ACADEMY STUDENT IMAGE AND DATA CONSENT FORM

HOLY TRINITY STUDENT IMAGE AND DATA CONSENT FORM

Consent Form

Holy Trinity Academy has an extensive IT Provision that the students have access to
throughout the school day. Access to resources such as the internet allows students to
browse thousands of educational websites. The internet and other online resources are
filtered to ensure students are kept safe at all times. Whilst schools will do all they can
to guide pupils towards appropriate material, ultimately parents and guardians are responsible
for setting and conveying the standards that their chidren should follow when
using media and information resources

Holy Trinity Academy has specific systems and services that are designed for the delivery
of the curriculum, and to facilitate the daily management of pupil services. Some
such systems require that student, and in some cases, parent/carer data to be shared
with 3rd parties. The data shared is strictly monitored and never more than is required
for the service in question.

In some cases the 3rd Party may be required to take enhanced data (more than the
basic.) For clarity, we will include such details below.

Parents should be aware that if your child’s photograph appears in the newspaper, the
article and picture may well appear on the Newspaper’s own website and therefore parents
should only sign this consent if they are happy about this.

Please read each line below entitled, and sign/date where required:


I give permission for my child to access the internet whilst at school.
Agree
Disagree
Not Sure

I give permission for my child to be photographed and named in the newspaper and the
school website articles relating to school or recorded for radio or television.

Agree
Disagree
Not Sure

I give permisssion for my child’s data to be shared with 3rd parties for the purposes of
external homework sites, such as, but not exclusive to, Show My Homework, and confirm I
am aware they will take enhanced data. This will include SEN, attendance, parent
email, Key Stage results. I am aware my child will not be able to use this service if I do
not give consent.

Agree
Disagree
Not sure

I give permission for my child’s basic data to be shared with 3rd parties for the purposes
of external curriculum content such as, but not exclusive to, GCSE Pod.

Agree
Disagree
Not sure

I give permission for my child’s basic data to be shared with 3rd parties for the purposes
of external payment systems, such as, but not exclusive to, Parent Pay.

Agree
Disagree
Not sure

Student & Parent Information

Parent Name:




Forename:

Surname:

Student Name:
Forename:

Surname:

Please select your child’s Tutor Group: