Ardroy's Social Media Policy

You have been directed to this page as you have expressed an interest in our social media output - you are welcome to follow us on Facebook, Twitter or Flickr, but we would like to draw your attention to our policy on responsible social media usage first.

  • We generally do not mention participants by name, or post anything that would identify them individually.

  • We may post photographs of participants, including minors. Our minor consent form has a number of understandings that parents agree to, including "I agree to photographs & video being taken of participants for use in school and for marketing by Ardroy (including via online social media) or by approved third parties. If I have any objections, I will contact the Centre in writing prior to the trip"

  • We can only put photos of particpants on the web when we have permission to do so.  We do put pictures up whenever we can, but various circumstances often mean we can't, and obviously we can't make those reasons public either.   Ardroy staff and visiting teachers take pictures during the week which we then send back with the school on a CD.
  • You are welcome to post comments on our various feeds, however we will delete comments that are offensive, contain inappropriate language or inflammatory remarks. We monitor what is said on our feeds and reserve the right to ban users if required.

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Follow us on twitter

We aim to tweet twice daily when school groups are resident, but circumstances may prevent us from doing this. Visiting Schools have the option to ask us not to tweet about their stay while they are at Ardroy.



We generally do not use Facebook for daily updates when schools are resident (we use twitter for this), but will intermittently post significant news, and share other developments and events at Ardroy.


We use Flickr as a means of uploading pictures taken during a stay at Ardroy for sharing in a wider domain, with the group's consent and in line with the policy above. 




If you are trying to contact us with an enquiry we would much prefer you use email . Thank you.