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CEREHARD – BCS

Re-Design NGO Resource Centre for Holistic Education – British Curriculum School

redesignngo.com
cerehard.ro
cerehard.org

16A Trifoi, 3rd District, Bucharest, Romania  +40731 759 617, admin@redesignngo.com

1. The parties of the agreement:

Re-Design Association, a private legal person without patrimonial scope, non-governmental and non-political, with the headquarters in Bucharest, district 3, 16A Trifoi street, fiscal code 32638431, registered with the Special Registry under no. 145/28.11.2013, Part A, Section I, having the bank accounts RO22 RNCB 0074 1405 6854 0001 (lei), RO65 RNCB 0074 1405 6854 0003 (euro), SWIFT code: RNCBROBU opened with BCR, represented by ADRIANA VASILE (BRĂESCU), as President

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2. Object of the sponsorship agreement

Re-Design promotes its own concept of holistic education – inter, intra, trans, and multidisciplinary and cross curricular projects which include activities for all ages – by its CEREHARD (Re-Design NGO Resource Centre for Holistic Education), a Romanian-British pilot project undergoing accreditation as EOTAS (Education Other Than At School) IBS (International British School). This concept includes all form of attendance – daily, occasionally, home and unschooling. The accreditation is granted by PENTA, the UK agency for IBS.

All those enrolled in CEREHARD receive a personalised education based on their interests and availability, cognitive profile and aspirations. CEREHARD helps each family to choose the education plan that suits the best each student, offering personalised resources and counselling.

Education is personalised, students learn in their own pace, according to their own interests, take breaks whenever they want, and get help from mentors and facilitators anytime they need. CEREHARD helps each family to choose the education plan that suits the best each student, offering personalised resources and counselling.

The basic unit for learning in this education model is the project, each including more than one activity, performed in turns. Each student (parent and/ or child) shall pass through more activities each day, in their own pace and according to their own possibilities. The time interval allotted daily shall also comprise time to rest/ relax. The activities of each project cover all the fields of the national curricula for England, but in a holistic approach, without splitting humanities and sciences, or sciences and arts.
The national Curriculum for England is available here: https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/national-curriculum

The activities are conducted in both Romanian and English, and skills and knowledge are measured through formal and non-formal, ongoing and occasional assessments carried out on demand, according to EQF standards [1] and based on the following schedule:

  • Informal assessment – is carried out with the help of trainers and/or educational platforms, by or supervised by CEREHARD, in the form of an interview;
  • Formal – the assessments will be provided according to the child’s age as follows:
    • below the age of 14, by Cambridge certified trainers, supervised by CEREHARD – for English, Math, Sciences and Vocational;
    • beyond the age of 14, students take IGCSE and A level exams in the Cambridge accredited centres. These exams are also optional, and are taken for a fee at Cambridge accredited centres. The fees are set by those centres.

The criteria for assessing children are:

  1. Numeracy;
  2. Literacy;
  3. ICT (information & computer technology);
  4. Vocational Education;
  5. Appropriate Personal and Social Development.

The criteria in the evaluation and accreditation of CEREHARD are:

  1. Social, spiritual, cultural and emotional welfare;
  2. Education plan tailored to the individual needs and abilities of the child;
  3. Outcomes;
  4. Vision, leadership & management.

At the end of the contractual year, under the UK education system, no degree is awarded, regardless of the form of assessment chosen. The certificates issued by CEREHARD are: the certificate of attendance, the informal assessment report – following portfolio and interview consultation – and the formal assessment report.

3. Contract and payment value
3.1. The value of the contract is 400 Euro / year / family.
3.2. The amount will be paid by bank transfer to account RO22 RNCB 0074 1405 6854 0001 (lei) or RO65 RNCB 0074 1405 6854 0003 (euro) opened with BCR, within 60 (sixty) days of signing this contract.
3.3. For the facilitation of educational services, other fees may be charged, such as: 

  • informal assessments, by CEREHARD – to be paid separately from the registration fee: 60 euro / evaluation and 140 euro / written report;
  • annual formal assessments, by subject, by Cambridge certified trainers, supervised by CEREHARD – to be paid separately from the enrolment fee: 180 euros / year / child / assessment (3 subjects);
  • Cambridge – payable at Cambridge accredited centres / colleges.

In the case of daily attendance, fees for activities are set locally.
3.4. The enrolment fee will not be refunded in case of termination of the contract. 

4. Rights and obligations of the parties

4.1. Rights and obligations of CEREHARD
4.1.1 CEREHARD supports the completion of all steps specified in the EQF, using its own methods and techniques, adapted to each child and updated through scientific research approved by the research ethics committee of the University of Bucharest.
4.1.2 Attendance is based on an educational plan devised in collaboration with parents/guardians, under the supervision of the UK accreditation agency PENTA.
4.1.3. Education is holistic, project-based, dynamic, fluid, responsive to the child’s needs and adaptable to the various situations that arise during the course of project activities. Each project is carried out in the presence of 2-3 facilitators, specialists in various fields.
Parents/guardians are invited to participate either as facilitators/trainers or as supervisors, contributing to the smooth running of the stages of each project.
4.1.4. Parents/guardians are fully responsible for their children’s education.
4.1.5.CEREHARD will provide parents with information on the child’s work according to the annual timetable through a report after informal assessment and portfolio consultation.

4.2. Rights and obligations of parents
4.2.1 To respect the objectives and rules of CEREHARD
4.2.2 To pay the enrolment fee in order to ensure the smooth running of educational activities.
4.2.3. Not to damage the image of CEREHARD in any way or by any means.
4.2.4. To comply with CEREHARD’s request, whenever necessary, to take measures to optimise their child’s education and for his/her good conduct.

5. Termination of contract
5.1. The contract may be terminated by agreement of both parties with at least 30 days written notice. CEREHARD shall retain the registration fee paid and, to the extent that the Sponsor has not paid the registration fee in full, the Sponsor’s obligation to pay the difference for the full fee shall remain.
5.2. The Contract shall be terminated early, unilaterally, by CEREHARD if the Sponsor does not pay its obligation to pay the enrolment fee within a maximum of 6 (six) months after the enrolment of the child/children. The Sponsor will be notified by email.
5.3. The contract shall terminate automatically in case of force majeure as per Article 6 of this contract.
5.4. The following situations lead to the termination of the contract at any time of the year, CEREHARD considering the situations as unacceptable:

  • failure by the Sponsor to pay the amount of the contract within a maximum of 6 (six) months after enrolment. of the child/children’s enrolment at CEREHARD;
  • denigration of CEREHARD, or hostile attitude towards CEREHARD staff;
  • failure of the child to adapt to the principles of CEREHARD.

6. Major strength
6.1. The parties shall not be liable for damages to each other in any way for failure or delay in performing any of the provisions of this Agreement if such delay or failure is caused by an event beyond the control of the parties not due to their fault or negligence, such as fire, war, civil commotion, natural calamity, acts of public authorities or delays caused by expropriation for public utility or for any other action or cause of any kind, whether similar or not, which cannot reasonably be foreseen or prevented and which cannot be overcome by due diligence. An event such as the above which, without creating an impossibility of performance, makes it extremely expensive for one party to perform its obligations shall not be considered force majeure;

6.2. In such a case, the period for performance of obligations shall be extended by the period of such events provided, however, that the party which is affected by such cause:

  • notify the other party in writing not later than 5 days after becoming aware of the commencement of such cause, the nature of such cause, and the expected delay;
  • take all reasonable steps to eliminate such cause of delay;
  • to continue the work under this contract as soon as the reason or cause has ceased.

In the event that any cause or causes shall continue for a period of one hundred and twenty (120) days, the parties shall discuss the matter and determine what action shall be taken.
6.3 Failure to give notice of force majeure shall not relieve the party invoking it from liability.

CEREHARD – BCS

Re-Design NGO Resource Centre for Holistic Education – British Curriculum School

redesignngo.com
cerehard.ro
cerehard.org

16A Trifoi, 3rd District, Bucharest, Romania  +40731 759 617, admin@redesignngo.com

Annex no. 1

Information Note on the processing of personal data

Re-Design Association, a private legal person without patrimonial scope, non-governmental and non-political, with the headquarters in Bucharest, district 3, 16A Trifoi street, fiscal code 32638431, registered with the Special Registry under no. 145/28.11.2013, Part A, Section I, will processes personal data in accordance with Regulation 679/2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data.

For the Re-Design Association the protection of parents’ personal data is very important. Therefore, it is necessary that their personal data is constantly updated, but at the same time, parents should be able to intervene at any time regarding the accuracy and use of the data.

Customer data is collected in the relationship with the Re-Design Association in accordance with legal requirements. Data processing is carried out lawfully, fairly and transparently, with appropriate data security ensured, including protection against unauthorised or unlawful processing and against accidental loss, destruction or damage.

What personal data we collect:

  • name and surname of parents/legal guardians;
  • address of parents/legal guardians;
  • parents’/legal guardians’ National ID number;
  • parents/legal guardians ID card number and series;
  • bank details;
  • telephone number parents/legal guardians;
  • parents/legal guardians e-mail address;
  • child’s name and surname;
  • child’s date of birth;
  • child’s ID;
  • image of child by video capture and photos – according to consent.

Purposes and legal basis of the processing of personal data:

Personal data, communicated in the framework of this contract, will be processed by the Re-Design Association for the purpose of executing this contract. The Re-Design Association processes your personal data and the personal data of your child, in accordance with the GDPR, in order to carry out the following activities:

  • in order to conclude and execute the contract between you and us;
  • in order to comply with financial and accounting legislation;
  • bank transfers;
  • for the provision of the services mentioned in the contract;
  • for the transmission of communications related to the conduct of the courses;
  • to answer your questions and requests;
  • to draw up/issue documents at your request according to our scope of activity;
  • for organising/running events;
  • to deal with any complaints, referrals, claims;
  • to provide and improve the services we offer;
  • for commercial communications (offers, newsletter) – according to consent;
  • to promote the image of the Re-Design Association (social media posts of the Re-Design Association) – according to consent.

Your personal data are processed for the fulfilment of the legal obligations incumbent on the Re-Design Association, according to Article 6 para. 1 letters a, b, c and f of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

How long we keep personal data:

We store personal data only for as long as necessary to fulfil the purposes, but no longer than 5 years after termination. In expressly regulated situations, we store data for periods required by law, such as keeping accounting records for a period of 10 years. After the end of the period, personal data will be destroyed.

Categories of recipients of your personal data:

  • employees or representatives of our authorised employees and entities empowered by us;
  • accounting, communication and marketing, collaborators, IT services, Personal Data Protection services.

Your personal data may be disclosed to the competent authorities in accordance with the legal obligations incumbent on the undersigned and the entities empowered by the undersigned. At the same time, please note that we will protect and ensure the confidentiality, integrity and accessibility of your personal data processed by taking the necessary technical and organisational measures to prevent unauthorised use of or access to such data, and we will prevent breaches of security of personal data (security incident) in accordance with applicable law.

Your rights and how to exercise them:

  • The right to withdraw consent
  • The right to be informed about the processing of your data
  • The right of access to data

You have the right to obtain confirmation from us as to whether or not personal data relating to you are being processed and, if so, access to that data and to the information referred to in Article 15(1). (1) of the GDPR.

  • The right to rectify inaccurate or incomplete data

You have the right to obtain from us, without undue delay, the rectification of inaccurate personal data concerning you.

  • The right to erasure (“right to be forgotten”)

In the situations set out in Article 17 of the GDPR, you have the right to request and obtain the erasure of personal data.

  • The right to restrict processing

In the cases set out in Article 18 of the GDPR, you have the right to request and obtain restriction of processing.

  • The right to transfer the data we hold about you to another controller

In the cases set out in Article 20 of the GDPR, you have the right to request and obtain data portability.

  • The right to object to data processing

In the cases set out in Article 21 of the GDPR, you have the right to object to the processing of your data.

  • The right not to be subject to a decision based solely on automated processing, including profiling
  • The right to lodge a complaint with a Supervisory Authority

If you wish to exercise your rights, you can do so by sending a written request, signed and dated, to the following e-mail address: admin@redesignngo.com.
The rights listed above are not absolute. There are exceptions, so each request received will be examined to decide whether it is justified or not. To the extent that your request is justified, we will facilitate the exercise of your rights. If the request is unfounded, we will reject it, but we will inform you of the reasons for refusal and of your rights to lodge a complaint with the Supervisory Authority.

We will try to respond to your request within 30 days. However, the deadline may be extended depending on various aspects, such as the complexity of the request, the large number of requests received or the impossibility to identify you in a timely manner.

Consent

Based on all the above, we therefore declare that:

CEREHARD – BCS

Re-Design NGO Resource Centre for Holistic Education – British Curriculum School

redesignngo.com
cerehard.ro
cerehard.org

16A Trifoi, 3rd District, Bucharest, Romania  +40731 759 617, admin@redesignngo.com

Anexa nr. 2

The consent of the parent / tutor

Subsemnatul/a , identificat cu CI. seria nr. ,îmi exprim acordul ca fiica / fiul meu să participe la programele organizate de CEREHARD.

Declar că

de acord:

with the processing of my personal data by the Re-Design Association, for marketing purposes (electronic newsletter or surveys, advertising), with the unpaid use and processing of photo-video images of my child for the purpose of presenting and promoting the activities of the Re-Design Association, as follows:

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