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Danbury Park Community Primary School Website Privacy Notice

This privacy notice sets out how Danbury Park Community Primary School uses visitors’ data when they use the website.

This website collects data on its visitors in the following ways:

  • By using website analytics or tracking software to view website usage statistics,
  • By storing cookies on visitors’ computers.


This site uses cookies from companies such as Google Analytics to deliver its services and to analyse traffic. Information about your use of this site is shared anonymously with such companies. By using this website, you agree to its use of cookies. Please refer to the companies’ policies for more information.

Most cookies will not collect information that personally identifies you. They will collect more general information such as how users arrive at and use the website, or a user’s general location. There are some cookies that are required for the website to operate properly. They enhance the website’s functionality and provide the visitor with an optimal experience as a website user. Without essential cookies, the site won’t function properly, and if you set your internet browser to reject all cookies, then some elements of the site may not work for you.

If you do not consent to the use of cookies on our website, you can exit the website, or you can choose to disable/block cookies through your browser’s settings and continue to use the website without cookies.

For more information on our cookies please see our Cookie Policy.

Personal Data

Danbury Park Community Primary School does not collect any personal data from visitors to our website.

Third-party websites

Visitors to the school website should be aware that when links are followed to other websites, such as Ofsted or the Department for Education then the third-party website privacy notice should be referred to. Third party cookies are those found in other companies’ internet tools which are used to enhance the school website e.g. Twitter or Facebook. The school have no control over the cookies set by these third parties, and due care should be taken when visiting these sites.