GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
TO CONTRACT FOR TUITION OF STUDENTS BETWEEN ST. GEORGE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL & PRESCHOOL AND
PARENTS OF THE STUDENTS, THAUGHT IN THE SCHOOL
I. SUBJECT MATTER OF THESE GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
1.1. These General Terms and Conditions hereby set out the terms and conditions for entering into Contract for Tuition of STUDENTS in St. George International School & Preschool (hereinafter referred to as the “SCHOOL”). They stipulate the relations between the School and the STUDENTS’ PARENTS during the STUNDENT’S regulated school time.
1.2. The SCHOOL and Wonder Group AD have entered into Contract for Complex Service and Provision of Services, their organisation and administration during the adopted obligatory curriculum in the SCHOOL and the facultative additional curriculum. Under this con-tract, part of the fee for organisational, logistic and material provision of the educational process is paid to Wonder Group AD.
1.3. On the grounds of the Contract for complex service, the PAR-ENTS enter into:
1.3.1 Tuition Contract thereto with the SCHOOL re-registered by Order № РД 14-37/28.03.2017 of the Minister of Education and Science and
1.3.2 Contract for Services thereto with Wonder Group AD and
1.3.3. Apply through an on-line platform for additional services and activities such as food, transport, clubs of interest, foreign lan-guages, “white”and “green”schools and other for which a separate fee is paid.
1.4. The contract with the SCHOOL may be signed after procedure for admission and enrollment of the STUDENT in the SCHOOL pursu-ant to the adopted rules and fully paid Admission and Enrollment Fee.
1.4.1. Any STUDENT who has not been subject to an admission and enrollment procedure may not be enrolled in the SCHOOL.
1.4.2. No admission procedure is carried out if the contract is signed for the next academic year and refers to a student who has already been enrolled in the SCHOOL, unless the student goes to another educational stage. No Admission and Enrollment Fee is paid in this case.
1.4.3. The admission procedure is also carried out in the following cases:
1.4.3.1. The STUDENT applies in the SCHOOL for the first time;
1.4.3.2. In all cases if the STUDENT has not been enrolled or has not attended the SCHOOL for more than 6 /six/ calendar months.
1.4.3.3. The contract has been terminated by wish or by fault of the PARENTS, including due to full or partial failure to pay or delay of payment of any fee according to the Tuition contract and the con-tract for Services.
1.5. The STUDENT is provided:
1.5.1. Tuition pursuant to the State Educational Standards (SES) of Bulgaria, the legal regulations applicable in the National education system and Cambridge Primary School and Cambridge International School for primary, secondary education, IGCSE and GCE A Level (according to the age of the STUDENT) as innovation methodologies are being used in the educational and study process;
1.5.2. Sports activities depending on the age included in the compul-sory curriculum of the SCHOOL;
1.5.3. Identification of logopaedic status – twice a year until the 4th /fourth/ grade;
1.5.4. Qualified medical care pursuant to Ordinance № 3 / 2000 of the Ministry of Health;
1.5.5. Other activities related to the curriculum.
1.6. The STUDENT is considered admitted to the SCHOOL after:
1.6.1 Conducting an observation according to the age of the STU-DENT in order to check the knowledge for the respective grade inregards to learning abilities, forms of socialisation, group adapta-tion; identifying the English language fluency level;
1.6.2. Signing a Contract:
1.6.2.1. For tuition – with the SCHOOL and first payment of the Tui-tion Fee as per the Payment Plan;
1.6.2.2 For services – with Wonder Group AD and first payment of the Service Fee and deposit as per the Payment Plan.
II. TERM OF VALIDITY OF THE CONTRACT
2.1. The term of validity of the Tuition Contract is set out in each individual Tuition Contract, but in any cases the term of validity of the Tuition Contract coincides with the term of validity of the Con-tract for Services with Wonder Group AD.
2.1.1. The term of validity of the Tuition Contract is set out in the individual Tuition Contract and can be for one academic year or for a stage of education as follows: Preparatory group – IV grade, V – VII grade; VIII – X grade and XI-XII grade.
2.2. The commencement date is the later of the two dates: 15th /fifteenth/ September of the academic year the contact is entered into for, or the date of enrollment of the STUDENT in the SCHOOL, and the final date is the date which the Ministry of Education and Science has fixed by a legal regulation as the end of the school activ-ities for the respective grade for the resoective academic year.
2.3. The Tuition Contract is signed until 30th /thirtieth/ of April of the current year for the next academic year in case the STUDENT passes to the next grade in the SCHOOL, except for the cases when the Tuition Contract, respectively the Contract for Services, has been concluded for a period of more than one academic year.
2.4. The Tuition Fee or any party thereof, as per the Payment Plan, should be paid until 31st /thirty first/ of May of the current year.
2.5. In case the PARENTS fail to sign the Tuition Contract and the Contract for Services for the next academic year until the date set out in article 2.3 and/or fail to settle the payment under article 2.4, the SCHOOL and Wonder Group AD are not obliged to keep the place of the STUDENT.
2.6. The choice of the services food and transport according to the Contract for Services, signed for a stage of education with Wonder Group AD is to be declared by 30th /thirtieth/ of April of the current year for the next academic year in case the STUDENT passes to the next grade in the SCHOOL and should be paid until 31st /thirty first/ of May of the current year.
2.7. In case the PARENTS fail to declare the services food and transport for the next academic year until the date set out in article 2.6 and fail to settle the payment according the Payment Plan, Wonder Group AD could terminate the Contract for Services for a stage of education, which automatically terminates the Tuition Contract for a stage of education or new contracts could be signed with the PARENTS with terms and fees for the current academic year.
2.8. In case the duration of the academic year is changed by legal regulation, the change enters into force as from the date of enforcement of the respective regulation for change and will be adjusted in the SCHOOL’s calendar.
III. FINANCIAL CONDITIONS
3.1. The annual fee is in the amount set out in the Tuition Contract.
3.1.1. For a STUDENT who has not been enrolled in the SCHOOL at the beginning of the academic year, the PARENTS pay Tuition Fee determined according to the period of enrollment – from 15 Sep-tember until 30 November; from 01 December until 31 January; from 01 February until 31 March; after 01 April.
3.1.2. Annexes may be entered into to the Tuition Contract settling the relations in terms of article 6.1.7. and article 7.1.9., or otherwise.
3.2. Terms and conditions for payment of Tuition Fee.
3.2.1. The amounts due under the Tuition Contract shall be paid in
Bulgarian levs (BGN) as per the exchange rate of the Bulgarian Na-tional Bank on the date of payment, by means of bank transfer to
the bank account specified in the Tuition Contract.
3.2.2. The time periods for payment of the Tuition Fee are set out in the Payment Plan enclosed to the Tuition Contract.
3.2.3. In case of deferred payment, the monthly fee should be paid not later than the 10th /tenth/ day of the current month as per the Payment Plan.
3.2.4. By signing the Tuition Contract, the PARENTS are considered to be notified for the amount, conditions and timings in which to pay the Tuition Fee in connection to the STUDENT’S education.
3.2.5.In case of failure to pay the full or any part of the Tuition Fee within the time period set out in the Contract, the SCHOOL is not obliged to send a notice or invitation for payment to the PARENTS.
3.2.6. In case of failure to pay any fee payable under the Tuition Contract and/or the Contract for Services and/or any Annexes there-to and/or additionally requested activities and/or services through the on-line platform, or the Deposit and/or the fee of using educa-tional resources within the specified time period, the SCHOOL could terminate the Tuition contract, which automatically terminates the Contract for Services.
3.3. The PARENTS receive invoice for any amount paid.
3.4. Discounts
3.4.1. In case of tuition of a second and every other STUDENT of one family enrolled in the SCHOOL and/or St. George Kindergarten, a discount from the Tuition Fee may apply according to a decision made by the Board of Directors of Wonder Group AD.
3.4.2. In case of failure to pay any amounts under the Tuition Con-tract and/or the Contract for Services with Wonder Group AD and /or Annexes thereto and/or additionally requested activities and/or services through the on-line platform, or the Deposit, where appli-cable, and/or the fee of using educational resources and exams in full or partially within 30 /thirty/ calendar days from the deadline as set out in the Payment Plan or through electronic correspondence , any applicable discounts from the Fees of the Tuition Contract and the Contract for Services are cancelled and the PARENTS due the full amount of the fees as defined by the Board of Directors for the respective academic year.
3.4.3. In case of failure to pay any amounts under the Tuition Con-tract and/or the Contract for Services with Wonder Group AD, signed for a stage of education, in full or partially within 30 /thirty/ calendar days from the deadline as set out in the Payment Plan or through electronic correspondence, the SCHOOL could terminate the Tuition contract, which automatically terminates the Contract for Services, or could sign new contracts for services and tuition with the PARENTS with conditions and fees announced for the current academic year.
3.5. On annual basis, during December, the Board of Directors of Wonder Group AD adopts a resolution for the amount of the Tuition Fee for the STUDENTS who will study in the SCHOOL during the next academic year or for the relevant stage of education. It is defined on the basis of duration of the academic year, inflation, expenses for wages and salaries, staff qualification, developed and introduced curriculum, increased quality of curriculum offered for the time being, and otherwise upon discretion of the competent authority.
3.5.1. Information regarding the Tuition fee is also published on the school website www.stgeorgeschool.eu
IV. LIABILITY IN CASE OF FAILURE TO PAY
4.1. In case the Tuition Fee as per the Tuition Contract is not paid in full or partially within the agreed time periods, in addition to the other consequences as provided for in the Tuition Contract, the General Terms and Conditions and the applicable law, the PARENTS owe the SCHOOL a penalty for delay of 0,5 /zero point five/ % of the unpaid amount for each day of delay, but not more than 20 /twenty/% of the Tuition Fee for the respective academic year. In case the Tuition Fee payment obligation performance is not suffi-cient to cover the calculated penalty and the capital, it is necessary that first of all the penalty is paid and afterwards the capital. Addi-tional penalty on the remaining capital is calculated due to payment delay until its full payment.
4.2. In case of failure to pay the full or any part of the Tuition fee including but not only fee or installment under the Contract for Services and/or the Tuition Contract and/or additionally requested activities and/or services through the on-line platform, Deposit and/or the fee of using educational resources and exams within 30 /thirty/ calendar days after the expiration of the deadlines, in addi-tion to the other consequences as provided for in the General Terms and Conditions and the applicable law, the SCHOOL may send writ-ten reminder, giving the deadline of 10 calendar days for payment, with the strict notice that after the expiry of the deadline it is enti-tled to terminate the Tuition Contract with immediate effect, thus automatically terminating the Contract for Services. The termination is performed by unilateral written statement to the PARENTS, with-out notice and without any additional time period for performance.
V. TERMINATION OF THE TUITION CONTRACT. REIMBURSEMENT OF PAID FEES
5.1. The Tuition Contract is terminated:
5.1.1. Upon expiration of the term of validity thereof;
5.1.2. By mutual consent expressed in writing;
5.1.3. With one-month written notice by any of the parties served to the other party;
5.1.4. Unilateral on the part of the PARENTS without notice and upon payment of all due amounts and penalty under article 5.4. below;
5.1.5. In case of permanent deterioration of the STUDENT’s medical condition that makes him/her unable to continue education as per the curriculum for the respective academic year;
5.1.6. In case due to medical reasons there is a need for a personal assistant for the STUDENT and the PARENTS do not provide one;
5.1.7. In case of imposing a penalty on the student as per the legal regulations of the Ministry of Education and Science and the Rules for the Structure and the Work of the SCHOOL;
5.1.8. Upon closing the SCHOOL;
5.1.9. In case of failure to pay according to the Payment Plan the Tuition Fee, the Service Fee or any parts thereof, as well as any other amounts due;
5.1.10. In case of force majeure events (war or destructive natural disasters, such as flood, earthquake, fire and disasters of other similar nature, which make the building unsuitable for use), which make the building unusable for its intended purpose or which make the fulfillment of the SCHOOL’s obligations impossible for a period longer than 6 /six/ months – with unilateral notice served by the SCHOOL to the PARENTS. In this case the termination is in force as from the date of receipt of the SCHOOL’s notice by the PARENTS.
5.1.11. The SCHOOL has the right to terminate the Tuition Contract upon its management’s judgment, when the STUDENT, the PARENTS or any persons authorized thereby violate the General Terms and Conditions, the Rules of organisation the access of PARENTS, relatives or any persons authorized to the school building, its premises, parking and surrounding areas, legal regulation documents of the SCHOOL or Wonder Group AD, as well as when there is a failure to appear on behalf of the PARENTS to a parents meeting at an individual invitation from the Principle of the SCHOOL, the pedagogical staff or the management of the SCHOOL without a reasonable excuse. Termination is made by unilateral written statement to the PARENTS, without notice and without any additional time period for performance.
5.2. In the events under articles 5.1.2, 5.1.3, 5.1.4, 5.1.5., 5.1.6., 5.1.7.,5.1.8, 5.1.10 and 5.1.11, the SCHOOL is obliged to reimburse the PARENTS with the proportionate part of the paid Tuition Fee to a bank account specified by the PARENTS within 14 /fourteen/ work-ing days after the termination of the contract enters into force and after the return of the textbooks, educational appliances and mate-rials.
5.3. In case of continuous absence of the STUDENT due to medical reasons, which continues more than 1 month, the SCHOOL is obliged to reimburse the PARENTS with part of the paid Tuition Fee. The amount to be reimbursed is calculated for the days as from the 30th /thirtieth/ day until the first day of attendance of the STUDENT and upon submission of medical documents for the absences. This does not apply if the STUDENT has been provided with distant learning and teaching materials by e-mail or otherwise.
5.4. Upon termination of this contract unilaterally by the PARENTS, without observing the 30 /thirty/ calendar days’ notice period, they owe the SCHOOL a penalty in Bulgarian levs equal to EUR 500 /five hundred euro/ according to the exchange rate of Bulgarian National Bank, which may be deducted from the Deposit under the Contract for Services with Wonder Group AD.
5.5. The Tuition Fee is not subject to reimbursement in case of STU-DENT’s absence different from the absences under articles 5.1.2, 5.1.3, 5.1.4, 5.1.5., 5.1.6., 5.1.7, 5.1.8, 5.1.10 and 5.1.11 and 5.3. hereinabove.
5.6. The SCHOOL has the right to make objection for failure to per-form a contract and not to fulfill an obligation for reimbursement of fees on the grounds of articles 5.1.2, 5.1.3, 5.1.4, 5.1.5., 5.1.6., 5.1.7, 5.1.8, 5.1.10 and 5.1.11 and 5.3., if the SCHOOL has receivables from the PARENTS under the Tuition Contract and/or under the Contract for Services with Wonder Group AD and/or additionally requested activities and/or services through the on-line platform, including the fee of using educational resources and exams, where the PARENTS have failed to make any payments for such receivables, until full repayment of the obligations of the PARENTS.
5.7. The termination of the Tuition Contract does not extinguish/ terminate any of the rights or obligations of each Party, which have occurred before the date of termination and have not been fully or partially fulfilled.
VI. RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF THE PARENTS
6.1. Rights of the PARENTS.
6.1.1. To receive high quality tuition and care for the STUDENT;
6.1.2. To receive tuition of the STUDENT according to the approved curriculum;
6.1.3. To be informed about the development, behaviour and the results of the STUDENT;
6.1.4. To keep contact with the team taking care of the STUDENT as well as to have access to the building in a way that does not violate the order and the organisation of the SCHOOL as provided for in the Rules for the Organisation and the Work of the School and the In-ternal Rules of Wonder Group AD as well as the Rules of organisation the access of PARENTS, relatives or any persons authorized to the school building, its premises, parking and surrounding areas;
6.1.5. To apply for use of additional activities under the conditions of the Contract for Services with Wonder Group AD;
6.1.6. To be made familiar with:
6.1.6.1. The tuition plan, the curriculum, the Rules for the organisa-tion and the work of the SCHOOL, the Rules of organisation of the access of PARENTS, relatives or any persons authorized to the school building, its premises, parking and surrounding areas and with the teachers;
6.1.6.2. The amount of the annual Tuition Fee and any other fees and expenses incurred in conjunction with and originating from the Tuition Contract, and with the time periods for payment thereof;
6.1.7. To request, in return of additional payment set out by the SCHOOL, any additional activities in disciplines the STUDENT fails to cover the average academic results for his/her alumni. The above is allowed only at the discretion of the SCHOOL’s management.
6.2. Obligations of the PARENTS.
6.2.1. To submit any information that is required or might be re-quired for the fulfillment of the SCHOOL’s obligations under this contract – in relation to the medical, physiological or other personal characteristics of the STUDENT (including individual educational needs, difficulties in the physical, cognitive, linguistic, social, sensory, emotional, creative development of the STUDENT compared to the children in the same age group), requirements, etc.;
6.2.2. To keep regular contact with the people designated for com-munication and the management of the SCHOOL according to the specified order;
6.2.3. To check and sign the STUDENT’s record book and personal organizer on regular basis as well as the notices from the SCHOOL for the academic progress of the STUDENT when required;
6.2.4. To attend all organised parent’s meetings and if invited to individual meetings with the Principal, the pedagogical staff or the management of the SCHOOL in relation to the tuition and the be-haviour of the STUDENT;
6.2.5. To assist the SCHOOL if needed for observing the order, disci-pline, the successful tuition process and the normal personal devel-opment of the STUDENT;
6.2.6. Not later than the first school day of every academic year or “green school” if the STUDENT attends, to submit to the SCHOOL a Personal Medical Prophylaxis Card /PMPC/ of the STUDENT with immunizations made, medical certificate for lack of contact with contagiously ill persons and medical documents for found allergies of the STUDENT, if any;
6.2.7. Not to allow the STUDENT to attend classes in case of:
6.2.7.1. Deteriorated medical condition. In this case, the PARENTS are obliged to immediately inform the SCHOOL about the nature of the disease, including if this is contagious disease, as well as to submit a medical document for the disease and the time period of home treatment as set out therein;
6.2.7.2. Presence of parasites. In this case, the PARENTS are obliged to immediately inform the SCHOOL and to submit a medical certifi-cate issued by the general practitioner before the STUDENT starts attending the SCHOOL again.
6.2.8. Not to allow the STUDENT to bring with him/her and/or to go to SCHOOL with objects that are or might be potentially dangerous for the health and/or the security of the other students or the SCHOOL’s staff;
6.2.9. Not to allow the STUDENT to be absent from classes without acceptable reasons, and to undertake measures upon receiving a notification from the SCHOOL about any problems with the tuition and the behaviour of the STUDENT during the educational and study process, stay in the SCHOOL, organized excursions, green and white schools and other;
6.2.10. To inform the SCHOOL in writing about any change occurred in the family, which is important for the fulfillment of the obligations under this contract;
6.2.11. To observe the provisions of the Rules for the Organisation and the Work of the SCHOOL and to procure the observance thereof by the STUDENT;
6.2.12. To sign declaration of consent or dissent in any case the STUDENT leaves the SCHOOL in relation to the organized events by the SCHOOL or Wonder Group AD;
6.2.13. At the beginning of each academic year, to sign and submit to the SCHOOL a declaration for the medical condition of the student that describes in details all medical problems of the STUDENT, if any, as well as any other declarations whatsoever required by the SCHOOL. Any change in the health of the STUDENT should be imme-diately communicated in writing to the SCHOOL, which is not re-sponsible for the STUDENT’S health condition in case of untimely reporting;
6.2.14. To support the SCHOOL in its efforts to achieve its study and educational purposes;
6.2.15. To assist for the good image and to protect the traditions of the SCHOOL;
6.2.16. To discuss and to try to solve any problems that have oc-curred in relation to the STUDENT or to the tuition process, together with the person designated for communication and the Principal of the SCHOOL;
6.2.17. To ensure the required items of the STUDENT’s school uni-form and to send the STUDENT to school in clean and neat appear-ance according to the Uniform Policy of the SCHOOL;
6.2.18. To observe all provisions of the Tuition Contract entered with the SCHOOL in relation to the provision of high quality education, the organisation and administration of the obligatory and facultative curriculum of the SCHOOL, clubs of interests and other after the end of the school day;
6.2.19. To pay the Tuition Fee and any other fees and expenses under the conditions and within the time periods set out in the Payment Plan to the Tuition Contract and in these General Terms and Conditions.
6.2.20. In case necessary and upon request by the management of the SCHOOL to provide a personal assistant for the STUDENT on their own account, with the requisite qualifications, with a pure judicial past (proven by presenting a surrent Certificate of conviction), in compliance with and observing the provisions of the Rules for the organisation and the work of the SCHOOL and the Rules of organisation the access of PARENTS, relatives or any persons author-ized to the school building, its premises, parking and surrounding areas. In all cases and in case of non-fulfillment of the conditions under the previous sentence, the SCHOOL reserves the right to refuse access to the third person – personal assistant. In the event an assistant is not provided within the required period, the SCHOOL could terminate the Tuition contract.
VII. RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF THE SCHOOL
7.1. Rights of the SCHOOL.
7.1.1. To receive from the PARENTS all information that is required or may be required for the fulfillment of its obligations under this contract – in relation to the medical, physiological or other personal characteristics of the STUDENT (including individual educational needs, difficulties in the physical, cognitive, linguistic, social, sensory, emotional, creative development of the STUDENT compared to the children in the same age group), requirements, etc.;
7.1.2. To impose sanctions on the STUDENT in case of committed violations in compliance with the applicable legal regulations of the Ministry of Education and Science and the Rules for the Organisation and the Work of the SCHOOL;
7.1.3. To ask for the PARENTS’ assistance for carrying out activities of joint nature;
7.1.4. To define and apply efficient forms and methods of study and education;
7.1.5. To define the rules for behaviour, school uniform and appear-ance of the STUDENT;
7.1.6. To send to the PARENTS or to publish pictures or video mate-rials captured during the tuition process, out-of-school activities, contests, excursions, etc. as part of its communication policy. Publi-cations may be made on the official website and on other webpages, documents, articles and publications in school and other media, presentations, advertising materials, etc. By signing the Tuition Contract, the PARENTS express their consent to this effect. In case of dissent, the PARENTS sign a declaration to refuse capturing, including shooting videos with the STUDENT;
7.1.7. Not to admit the STUDENT in class in the cases as provided for in article 6.2.7. and 6.2.20, second sentence;
7.1.8. To receive the Tuition Fee within the time periods and under the conditions set out in the Contract, the Annexes thereto and the Payment Plan;
7.1.9. To recommend and agree with the PARENTS:
7.1.9.1. Activities for the STUDENT under individual program within the school day, provided his/her fluency in English is not sufficient for his/her normal participation in the tuition process. In this case, the PARENTS owe additional payment, determined by the SCHOOL;
7.1.9.2. Additional activities for the STUDENT not included in the curriculum in disciplines for which he/she fails to cover the average results of the alumni. In this case, the PARENTS owe additional payment determined by the SCHOOL;
7.10. To implement a system for access control and video surveil-lance in the school accotding to its choice and assessment.
7.2. Obligations of the SCHOOL.
7.2.1. To ensure qualified teachers to carry out the study;
7.2.2. To observe the State Educational Standards of Republic of Bulgaria;
7.2.3. To observe the requirements for protection of STUDENT’s life and health;
7.2.4. To issue the certificates, references and diplomas approved by the Ministry of Education and Science for completed education degree as well as certificates and diplomas according Cambridge Primary and/or Cambridge International School for primary, second-ary level and/or IGCSE and GCE A Level;
7.2.5. To regularly inform the PARENTS about the results, the devel-opment and the behaviour of the STUDENT;
7.2.6. To provide the STUDENT with the following meals: morning breakfast, light meal, lunch and afternoon snack; transport, addi-tional activities by interests and visits to after-class activities (self-preparation); organisation of “Green” and “White” schools and other events; sale of school uniforms approved by the SCHOOL, as well as to provide PARENTS with information about the above services rendered by Wonder Group AD;
7.2.7. To ensure conditions for computer tuition of the STUDENT;
7.2.8. To carry out periodic check of the STUDENT’s knowledge through the use of appropriate tests;
7.2.9. To make diagnostics of the STUDENT’s development three times a year: entry level /at the beginning of the first term/, inter-mediate level /at the end of the first term/, and exit level /at the end of the second term/;
7.2.10. To record the marks from written and oral examinations in the student’s record book, when applicable according to the State Educational Standards of Republic of Bulgaria;
7.2.11. To send the results from the tests in different disciplines;
7.2.12. To provide the PARENTS with information on specific issue requiring their attention, by letter of notice or phone call;
7.2.13. To ensure Principal’s checks for objective assessment and analysis of mastered knowledge of every student and to control the teacher’s quality of teaching;
7.2.14. To ensure manufacturer of school uniform of the STUDENT (official, daily and sports). The price of the uniform is not included in the annual Tuition Fee and is paid by the PARENTS on the basis of their choice of the type and number of ordered articles;
7.2.15. To ensure the organisation of the tuition process and the required staff resources from 8.00 a.m. to 3.30 p.m.;
7.2.16. To ensure examination and identification of the logopaedic status of the STUDENTS up to the 4th grade twice a year;
7.2.17. At the beginning of the academic year, to submit to the PARENTS:
7.2.17.1. Plan for work with parents (calendar of activities planned during the academic year);
7.2.17.2. Week program for the first term;
7.2.17.3. List of textbooks for the respective grade;
7.2.17.4. Rules for the organisation and work of the SCHOOL;
7.2.17.5. Rules of organisation the access of PARENTS, relatives or any persons authorized to the school building, its premises, parking and surrounding areas;
7.2.17.6. List of contact person and presentation of the teachers;
7.2.18. At the beginning of the second term or in case of change, to submit updated week program to the PARENTS;
7.2.19. To issue invoices for the payments made under the Tuition Contract.
VIII. OTHER PROVISIONS
8.1. The SCHOOL has the right to reject to sign new Tuition Contract for the next academic year for a STUDENT as per its own considera-tion, without being liable for any fees or compensation, including the case when all amounts due under the Tuition Contract or the Contract for Services with Wonder Group AD, including the addi-tionally requested additional activities and/or services through an on-line platform, related to this STUDENT, are not fully paid or have been delayed according to the Payment Plan and/or the announced in the electronic correspondence deadlines, when applicable.
8.2. The Parties shall hereby agree that in case of failure to fulfill the contractual provisions by the PARENTS, the SCHOOL shall be entitled to assign and/or subcontract any of its rights and obligations as per the Contract to third parties, for which the PARENTS give their prior unconditional consent. In case of PARENTS’ failure to perform the obligation for payment of any part of the Service Fee, due in accor-dance with the Payment Plan and/or the announced in the electron-ic correspondence deadlines, when applicable, the SCHOOL shall be entitled to assign to subcontractor to undertake actions for out-of-court collection of the delayed amounts, for which the PARENTS give their prior unconditional consent.
8.3. By signing the present contract, the PARENTS of the STUDENT give consent that on the grounds of Art. 4, Pr. 1, Pt 2 from the Personal Data Protection Law, the SCHOOL in its capacity as an Administrator of Personal Data may process their personal data, including the one of the STUDENT. They have been informed that the personal data will be processed in compliance with the requirements of lawfulness and good faith, will be collected for specific, precise and legitimate purposes related to the company activities; will be stored relevant data, related and limited to the purposes for which they are being processed; the data will be accurate and will be updated if necessary; the data will be deleted or corrected when found inaccurate or disproportionate to the purposes for which it is being processed. They have been informed that legal entities providing educational and logistical process, including additional services to the STUDENT, have the right to access their personal data. They have been informed that upon request by the PARENT/S the SCHOOL shall provide information if the data concerning the PARENT/S and/or the STUDENT is being processed, information for the purposes of the processing, for the data categories and the recipients or the recipients categories to whom the data shall be disclosed; will erase, correct or block personal data which processing does not meet the requirements of the applicable legislation. They are informed that they have the right to object against the processing of personal data for the purposes of direct marketing or in case of a legitimate reason for doing so, and as the objection is justified, the personal data shall no longer be processed by the SCHOOL.
8.4. All notices, communications, correspondence, declarations, opinions, statements regarding a STUDENT performed in accordance with the Tuition Contract to the other Party are sent by registered mail to the address which was explicitly stated in the CONTRACT by the PARENTS or to an e-mail, which was explicitly stated in the Tuition Contract by the PARENTS. Any kind of notifications regarding the STUDENT whatsoever are sent to the explicitly stated in the Tuition Contract electronic or mailing addresses – set out in the Tuition Contract, unless meanwhile the PARENTS have informed in writing the SCHOOL for their change and the use of other addresses.
8.5. When stating the electronic address for correspondence for information related to the STUDENT by the PARENTS, the latter declare that: they would like to receive full information in regard to the STUDENT to the stated electronic address, including in cases when only one of the PARENTS is entitled to this address and the electronic address is real and active; that the PARENTS bear full responsibility for the keeping and providing access to the electronic address to third parties, as well as for the messages sent by it or for any information leakage from it. The PARENTS are informed and hereby accept that: the SCHOOL bears no responsibility for any actions whatsoever performed by third parties through the use of the electronic address or to the electronic address; the SCHOOL accepts all actions performed through the use of the electronic address (including actions by third parties) as actions performed by the PARENTS personally in written manner and these action result in legal consequences for the Parties of the present Contract and could not be disputed by the PARENTS. In case of proved actions of third parties to the electronic address, the PARENTS should inform the SCHOOL in written form, and any actions, which were undertaken prior to the notifying wil result the stipulated legal consequences and could not be disputed by the PARENTS.
8.6. Each of the Parties is obliged to inform the other Party in writing in case of change of its its mailing address or email address – in advance or within 2 /two/ days of the change. Provided any of the Parties changes its mailing address or email address without inform-ing the other Party to this effect in writing, any notices, communica-tions, correspondence, declarations, opinions and statements sent to the last address specified in writing by the first Party are consid-ered duly served.
By signing these General Terms and Conditions, the PARENTS hereby declare that they have received them, they are familiar with the content and acknowledge them as integral party of the Tuition Contract.
Thеse General Terms and Conditions are signed in two identical original counterparts in Bulgarian and English – one for each of the Parties. In the event of discrepancy between the wording of the Bulgarian version and the English version Bulgarian version will prevail.
These General Terms and Conditions are adopted by the Board of Directors of Wonder Group AD on 15.12.2017 and refer to contracts, signed for all students, enrolled for the 2018/2019 academic year.

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