What’s a Cookie?
It is a really small file of data that is stored on your computer or mobile device when you visit someone else’s website, that uniquely identifies your browser or device.
It doesn’t actually store personal information about you, like your name or address, but it does hold certain information, so that the Cookie recognises you from the information collected last time.
What does a Cookie do?
A Cookie allows a site or service to know if your computer or device has visited it before and what areas or activities you were interested in and how many times you have visited spaghettimaths.co.uk. When you come to our website via your computer we will collect your IP address..
We will then use this information so that we can make our site more relevant to you. For example, we can ensure that the correct contact telephone number for your area is shown.
It is important to know that Cookies do not cause any harm to your computer or device.
How long will Cookies stay on my computer or device? And can I turn them off?
There are two types of Cookie:
A “Session” Cookie will stay on your device until you stop browsing.
A “Persistent” Cookie stays on your computer or device until they expire or they are deleted.
You can choose to have your computer tell you each time that a Cookie is being sent or you can choose to turn all Cookies off. Go to your browser settings to turn Cookies off. Each browser works in a slightly different way.
Just so you know, if you set your browser to turn Cookies off, you may not be able to access certain parts of our site and some of the functions may not work properly.
We do not take advertising on spaghettimaths.co.uk
If you want to find out more about Cookies and how to switch them on or off you can visit this independent site that offers loads of useful information: http://www.allaboutcookies.org