Privacy and Cookie Policy LanguageOne

LanguageOne respects the privacy of visitors that use the website and handles personal information carefully. Personal information used on the website will not be sold to commercial organisations for marketing.

At the LanguageOne schools we handle all personal information with care when it comes to the privacy of the students. Each school needs student information to make sure it can provide a good education and sufficient support. Information is stored for a well-streamlined administrative organisation of the school. Most student information comes from parents (for example during enrolment), but also teacher and supporting staff gather information on students (for example on grades and progress).

During the lessons we make use of multiple digital learning resources. To make use possible, a limited amount of personal information is needed, for example to identify a student. The suppliers of our learning resources and LanguageOne have clear guidelines on the information provided by the school.
A supplier may only use student information if LanguageOne gives their permission.

The student information is stored in the digital administrative and student tracking system ParnasSys. This system is secured and limited to LanguageOne staff only.

Parents have a right to the information of their child, they have a right to correct and have information removed (if no longer valid). Any questions in relation to this can be directed towards the teacher, the location leader or the LanguageOne contact page can be used.

For the use of imagery of students we specifically ask for permission every school year in our enrolment form. Parents are allowed at any time to withdraw their consent. Any questions on use of photos or video please contact the teacher, the location leader or use the LanguageOne contact page.

What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small file, which is stored on a user’s computer. It is designed to hold a modest amount of data specific to a particular client or website. It allows the server to deliver information upon a next visit. The website will recognise you.

Why do we use cookies?
Cookies make a swift and safe visit to our website possible. The cookies make sure we are able to see how our website is used. This means we can improve our website as well.
Our cookies can also be used to place advertising within your interests.

Which cookies do we use?
Functional cookies
These cookies are essential in realising a well functioning website. Without cookies we would not be able to save some preferences (language settings for example).

Tracking cookies
We are asking your permission to place tracking cookies. Based on the pages you have visited, we are able to show you advertising we think have your interest.

Analytical cookies
Through our website a Google cookie is placed, as part of ‘Analytics’ service. We use this service to receive reports and track the amount of visitors to our site. It makes adjusting the functuality and effectiveness of our site possible. The information Google collects is anonymised as much as possible. Your IP-address is expressly not provided. The information is collected and stored on servers by Google in the United States. Google claims to hold to the ‘Safe Harbour’ principles. This means that a suitable protection level is in place when it comes to the handling of personal data.

LanguageOne takes the protection of your information very seriously. We shall take appropriate measures when it comes to the misuse, loss, unlawful access, unlawful publication and unlawful changes of your information. The LanguageOne website has the SSL-Certification to make sure your personal information remains safe.

The right to access and correct or delete your data
You have the right to access and correct or delete your data. Please check our LanguageOne contact page. To prevent misuse, LanguageOne may ask to properly identify yourself. When it relates to data linked to a cookie, you need to make a copy of the cookie and send it along. U may find this information in the settings of your browser.

How can I turn off or remove a cookie?
At all times you can choose not to give permission for the placement of cookies. On the Internet browser you can opt to block cookies. Each browser uses a different set up, most browsers give an explanation in their Help function. Be reminded that blocking the cookies may make our website less functional.