Visitors to our website please note:
When you visit this website [https://teachingathome.co.uk], we collect common internet log information and details of our visitor behavioural patterns. This helps us to understand things like the number of people visiting and which parts of the site they are going to. If we collect any kind of information that might identify visitors, we will let you know. We will make it clear when we collect personal details and explain what we intend to do with it.
What’s a cookie?
A cookie is a bit of information that a website transfers to your computer’s hard disk so that the website can remember your computer. On their own, they can’t be used to identify you. They’re there to make websites work more efficiently. They also ensure that we provide effective security when you use our website.
We use three types of cookies on this website:
Session Cookies: These stay in the cookie file of your browser, such as Microsoft Edge, Chrome, Fire Fox or Safari, until you close the browser.
Persistent Cookies: These are stored on your computer until the end of their expiry time, or you manually remove them. They store your personal preferences, such as the language you use, so the site doesn’t need to check each time. They help to remember things e.g. if we have asked you to complete an online form, so we don’t ask you to do it again every time you visit the site.
Third party cookies: We work with third parties who help us to understand how people use our website (e.g. Google analytics), as well as to assess how effective advertising and promotions have been on other websites. To do this, they may place a cookie on your computer. This won’t contain any personal information that anyone else could read and understand.
Cookies used on this website
These are the types of cookies we might use:
Session ID – This maintains your session on the site, allowing data to go between different online forms and/or sections. They only last while you remain on our site.
Social Media – In case you share anything on our site using social media, we need to use the social media’s platform cookies. They only last while you remain on our site.
Analytics & Optimisation – We use these cookies to understand how many people are visiting our site, which pages they’re visiting and whether they’re coming here for the first time, or are returning. They capture anonymous data about your journey through the site so we can analyse trends.
How to disable cookies in your browser
There are different ways to disable cookies, depending on which web browser you’re using. We’ve given details for main browsers. If you have any questions or technical issues, please contact your browser’s developer or support forum.
More about cookies
Cookies can do a lot, so if you would like to learn more about cookies and how they work we suggest visiting this site – www.allaboutcookies.org