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What are cookies?
Cookies are small pieces of information that are stored on your computer when you browse a website. They help to improve a website and its functionality.
What types of cookies does cranbourne.hants.sch.uk use?
On our school website, functional cookies are used to create anonymous visitor statistics. This information enables us to analyse visitor patterns and therefore determine what can be done to improve our website’s usability. While these cookies record some of the surfing habits of each site visitor, the information remains anonymous and no personal information is collected. Please see below for a list of the information that is recorded:
- Number of unique visitors to the website
- Number of page views (total per day)
- Bandwidth use (how much data is used each day on our pages)
- Top pages – the most frequently visited pages
- Top referrers – the websites that most frequently direct visitors to CBEC’s website
- Search queries – the most popular search terms for the last 30 days
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