We care about the privacy of children, young people and adults who visit our site.
You can register to receive updates to our site (news pieces), and we sometimes invite visitors to join campaigns by filling in short online forms.
If you have sent us your contact details, we will use them to get in touch with you about our work.
We will never pass on your contact details to anyone else without your permission.
A cookie is a file containing an identifier (a list of letters and numbers) that is sent by a web server (in our case WordPress) to a web browser (like Firefox, Safari and Internet Explorer). This happens every time a person uses our site. Information about the pages visited is then stored by the browser.
Cookies are very helpful to us because they track which bits of our site visitors are looking at, which country they live in and even which days of the week and times are the most popular! We can’t identify individuals from this information.
You can disable (stop) cookies from your web browser. Each browser is different, so please search online to find out the best steps to take.