Drumragh Integrated College

Important Information

College Uniform

Drumragh Integrated College has a distinctive uniform of which we are proud. Our students are ambassadors for the college and we want them to wear the uniform with pride. Acceptance of a place at the college implies support for the College Uniform Policy. It is essential that students wear the uniform at all times during college hours, on journeys to and from college and for official college functions. 

uniform guide.pdf

Charges and Contributions

Drumragh Integrated College believes that no student should ever be disadvantaged in his or her education by financial hardship. Each family is asked to provide a financial contribution every year, and this supports us in making sure students have the opportunities and resources they need. Certain departments charge for materials including Art, Home Economics, Maths and Technology and Design. Parents are asked to liaise with the college if there are difficulties in covering these costs. Various trips and activities also include costs and again parents are asked to discuss any difficulties with the college.


Most students who require transport are transferred to and from the Omagh Bus Depot. Students with a bus pass are not charged for this. The buses leave the depot in the morning at 8.45am and the college day finishes at 3.05pm unless students would like to stay behind for clubs, activities or additional lessons. To facilitate attendance at these activities, there is a bus provided at 4.00pm, Monday to Thursday, to transfer students to the depot.

College Policies

Key college policies are available from the college on request.


Our Complaints Policy, which includes issues pertaining to the curriculum, is available from the college on request.

Copies of the Prospectus

Copies of this Prospectus and our Sixth Form Prospectus are available on request from the college and on our website at http://www.drumraghcollege.co.uk/

Note on the collection and storage of information

At Drumragh Integrated College, we believe privacy is important. We are committed to complying with our data protection obligations and to being concise, clear and transparent about how we use Personal Information (and when) we delete that information once it is no longer required. We will only keep personal information for as long as necessary, to fulfil the purposes for which we collected it, including for the purposes of satisfying any legal, accounting, or reporting requirements. Further information is available in our Privacy Notice on our website at: http://www.drumraghcollege.co.uk/