YHJS Cookie Policy

YHJS Cookie Policy

Within this website, we use cookies. We do this to provide you with a better user experience. However, we understand that some people may have concerns about cookies. This Cookie Policy addresses these concerns by explaining precisely what cookies are, their purpose, and how we use them. The policy also explains how you can prevent our use of cookies. For further information on how we use, store, and keep your data secure, please see our Privacy Policy.

Who Are We?

We are the Yorkshire and Humberside Japanese School. We are a Japanese Supplementary School, and we own, operate and manage the website, www.yhjs.uk.

When Was This Cookie Policy Created?

Our Cookie Policy was created on the 11th of July 2022. Since its creation, there have been no amendments.

From time to time, we may need to update Our Cookie Policy. When we do so, we will log the changes here. You are therefore advised to check Our Cookie Policy page from time to time. Any such changes will go into effect 30 days after the new terms have been posted.

What is a Cookie?

A cookie is a small file that a website downloads to your computer or device.

What Cookies Do You Use?

When you leave a comment on our site, you can choose to store your name and email address in a cookie so that they are pre-filled the next time you leave a comment. This cookie will expire after one year.

When you visit our login page, we will set a temporary cookie to determine if your browser accepts cookies. This cookie contains no personal data and is discarded when you close your browser. Additionally, we set a temporary cookie to ensure compatibility with certain alternate login methods. This cookie contains no personal data and expires after one hour.

When you log in, we set cookies to store your login details for convenient pre-filling the next time you log in. We also use cookies to store your display preferences. Login cookies expire after two days, and screen preference cookies expire after one year.

If you select the “Remember Me” option while logging in, a cookie is set to extend your login session for two weeks.

When you log out of your account, all cookies related to your login will be deleted.

If you edit or publish an article, an additional cookie will be saved in your browser. This is to enable the auto-save function within WordPress. This cookie includes no personal data and simply indicates the post ID of the article you just edited. It expires after one day.

Do You Use Cookies in Your Emails?

We don’t use cookies or similar technologies in the emails that we send you.

How Can I Control Cookies?

To avoid our use of cookies, simply choose not to store your name and email address when commenting on posts and refrain from logging in to our website. Additionally, modern browsers typically offer an option to reject all cookies. For detailed instructions on rejecting all cookies, please refer to your browser’s help section or support documentation.

Do You Have Any Other Terms or Policies?

Use of this website is also governed by our Terms of Use and our Privacy Policy. Please ensure you read our Terms of Use carefully, as by using this website, you are deemed to accept them. You will need to consent to our Privacy Policy before you can send any personal information to us.

Where Can I Get More Information?

For more information about cookies, please visit www.aboutcookies.org. Please note, this is an external link, and as such, we are not responsible for its content.

If you have any questions about this Cookie Policy or this website in general, please contact us by email at enquiry@yhjs.uk. We do not have a fixed address as we are a community group whose members change on an annual basis.