Cookie Policy:

Coteswood House Pre-school and Day Nursery. Coteswood House School is a trading name of Coteswood House Limited. Registered in England & Wales No: 09089273. Registered Office: White House, Wollaton Street, Nottingham NG1 5GF. Herein after referred to as “we“, “us”) are the owners of the website. Our address is Similarly (“this/the website”, “our website”).

This cookie policy sets out how we use cookies while you visit this website.

We could change this cookie policy from time to time by updating this page. You should check this page from time to time. In addition to ensuring that you are happy with any changes. This policy is effective from 09/10/2017.

What are ‘cookies’

A cookie is a small file. Once you have given permission, is placed on your computer’s hard drive. Its purpose is to track your use of a particular website. So the website owner can get information. Examples are which pages of their website are being visited. For how long, and how people are moving through their website. This enables better websites to be built and therefore better experiences for the visitor.

What cookies does this site use?

The only type of cookie we implement on this website is the ‘standard tracking cookies’. These cookies are from Google Analytics. They gather anonymous data. There is no personal information gathered about the user. You are not identified. Google Analytics is designed to help owners and web developers. In other words owners can see how their site is being visited. Therefore they can develop better websites.

Cookies require your permission under UK law and EU Directive 2002/58/EC before being used. Your permission is gained through the very common ‘cookie warning’. You see this on most web pages you visit. Warnings will pop up in a number of guises. Usually at the top or bottom of the web page. However they normally appear in a separate box. You have to click on the warning to accept the cookies and get rid of the pop-up.

You can opt out of receiving Google Analytics cookies altogether if you wish.

You can also control how your web browser handles cookies. Web browser examples are Internet Explorer, Google Chrome etc. Similarly this tells you for how long it allows them to remain on your computer. See the ‘Help’ files for your own browser for details on how to do this.

Not accepting cookies could prevent you from fully accessing all of a website’s functionality.

You can read more information about cookies from various sources.


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