Privacy policy

Our approach

We recognise your right to privacy. We use security precautions to make sure any information we collect about you remains private and is treated strictly in accordance with the Data Protection Act. This means that confidentiality will be respected and that appropriate security measures will be taken to prevent unauthorised disclosure.

This website requires you to log in to an account that you create yourself or that has been created on your behalf. Private information collected when your account is created (which may include your name, email address, and other information) is not shared with any other individuals or organisations unless you have authorised us to do so.

User information

In this website we store two types of user information. By using this website, you agree to allow us to collect this information about your use of our site.

Learning data

In order to generate your learning record and learning plan, to assist your tutor in building a learning plan tailored to your needs, and to allow you to return to where you left off each time you visit this site, we store and keep track of the scores you achieve, the time you have taken and where you have got to in each piece of learning. We may also use this information to inform us how we might improve this website.

Usage data

In order to evaluate how this website is being used, how we might improve it, and how many visitors we receive, we may collect and analyse information from people who visit this site. Information tracked may include your IP address and which pages you have visited. Personal information, such as your name and email address, is not stored in this process.


This website uses cookies – bits of electronic information stored on your computer that can identify you and your preferences. We are aware of the security implications of locally stored cookies and any information that may identify you is stored in an encrypted form.

You can turn off (‘disable’) cookies if you do not want them stored on your computer; please consult your web browser’s Help for information on disabling cookies. However, please note that disabling cookies will prevent many site features from working correctly.

Sites that we link to

We provide links to other websites which may help you in your learning. We are not responsible for the privacy practices of these additional websites.

Your right of access to your information

By law, you have a right to be informed as to what personal data is being kept by us about you, the purposes for keeping that data, and the recipients to whom that data may be disclosed. You can obtain this information by making a written request to Tribal Education Ltd at the address given below. Please note that we may make a charge for supplying this information and such information will only be supplied where the identity of the requesting individual can be reliably established.

How to remove your information

At any time, you may request that your information be removed from our database by sending an email request to the site administrator at the email address below. After you have been removed from the database, the website may no longer be available to you.

If you have any further questions about this privacy policy, please contact us at:

Tribal Education Ltd
Kings Orchard
One Queen Street

Tel: 0844 811 5086

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