Privacy & cookies

We may collect and process information about you, which you have provided to us through this website. This information may include, among others:

  • your name, address and contact details, such as telephone number and email address
  • your child's name and date of birth

Purpose for which we use your personal information

We use this information for purposes of responding to:

  • enquiries about or registrations for a place for your child at the school
  • registrations for you and your child on an open morning
  • event bookings
  • adding you to our mailing list, where you have given us permission to do so

All of your personal data is used by us in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.

Third parties

We will NOT sell or pass your details onto a third party unless we require that third party service provider to complete the query or transaction that you have requested from us, or unless we are required to do so by law. If we require the service of a third party as part of a service we offer to you, this third party will only have access to the data needed to provide this service and we require that they will not use your data for their own business purposes or other usage.

This website will sometimes contain links to third party websites. We are not responsible for the privacy policies and cookie usage on these third party websites and we urge you to review their policies before using their websites.


In 2011, an EU online privacy directive became law which states that websites must get consent from each visitor in order to use cookies.

Cookies are small text files which get stored on your computer or mobile device and get sent to the web server with details about your visit, such as whether you have visited before, or what your login details are, so that you aren't prompted for them again.

First party cookies

We use first party cookies on our website (cookies that are created by us) on the following areas of this website:

  • Compliance cookie - if you allow cookies on this website, a cookie will be saved to record this choice, so that you are not asked the next time you visit.

Third party cookies

We use Google Analytics to collect information about your visit to this website to help us analyse site traffic. This helps us to improve this website and the experience and information that we give to our visitors. In order to do this, we use cookies.

These cookies do NOT contain any information that can personally identify you nor build a personal profile of you, and are used solely for the purposes of analysing site traffic (such as, which pages are least popular and therefore need improving to give more benefit to our visitors).

Other third party cookies that may be used on this website are created by:

  • Vimeo - used to watch the videos on our website.
  • YouTube - also used to watch videos on our website.
  • Google - used by Google Analytics, as mentioned above.
  • Facebook and Twitter - the social plugins on this website use cookies in order to link the social activity to your profile (for example, knowing that you clicked the Facebook Like button).

If you do not wish us to track your visit with cookies, modern browsers enable you to turn off this functionality, or to stop cookies being automatically accepted, in their settings. If you have cookies turned off, you will still be able to use most of the features on this website. Other Haileybury websites, such as the Parents' Portal, may be affected by this and you should read the cookie policy for each individual website for more details.

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