St. Mark's Australian International School's Privacy Policy


St. Mark’s Australian International School strongly believes in safeguarding the wellbeing of its community and is respectful of the privacy of students, staff, and members of the school’s community.

SMIS has obligations regarding the collection, use, and management of personal and health information under various pieces of legislation.

The School must comply with the EU GDPR 2016 and Thailand’s Personal Data Protection Act B.E. 2562.

Any person who deals with SMIS is entitled to expect that their personal information will be treated in accordance with the mentioned legislation.

The School’s Data Privacy Policy can be accessed through the Information Privacy Document, along with links to other supporting material.

The School follows the six privacy tenets of EU GDPR

  1. Lawfulness, Fairness, and transparency

  2. Limitations on Purposes of Collection, Processing, and Storage

  3. Data Minimization

  4. Accuracy of Data

  5. Data Storage Limits

  6. Integrity and Confidentiality

The Schools Privacy Officer is located in the Administrative Office and is responsible for the Schools Data Privacy Policy, guidance and advice on privacy obligations and responsibilities, and managing inquiries and concerns about the Schools collection and management of personal data.

The Privacy Officer can be contacted at:




St. Mark’s Australian International School uses closed-circuit television (CCTV) in and around our premises to monitor a specific space for the safety and security of our premise, assets, staff, students, and visitors. This privacy notice provides information on the collection, use, and disclosure of your personal data collected in our use of CCTV. We may update this notice from time to time.


Policy on the Use of CCTV