When you send us personal information via an email address listed on this website we will only use the information supplied in the email for the purpose that you gave it to us for. Work with York, Work with Schools and City of York Trading Ltd staff who deal with enquiries from the website are also subject to the Company’s data protection policy. Where we do need to contact a third party there will be terms and conditions in place ensuring that your personal information is protected. No personal information will be passed on to third parties for commercial purposes.
Please note that this website may also list some email addresses for external organisations. If you send personal information using one of these emails we can't guarantee what will happen to your personal information.
Eforms (electronic forms)
When you give us personal information using an electronic form (an eform) available on this website the information you supply will only be used for the purposes stated on the form.
You will only be asked to register with us once - after that, your email address will be sufficient to identify you. Your email address will be used to acknowledge receipt of your enquiry, and to follow it up if necessary. We will also use your email address on occasion to contact you about our services. If you do not wish for your email address to be used in this way please email: email@example.com Your email address will not be passed onto other organisations and will only be used by Work with York, Work with Schools and City of York Trading Ltd.
When we ask you for personal information, we will:
We ask that you:
Information that you provide to us via this website may also be used for statistical analysis but it will not be used in a way that enables you to be identified. For example, we may keep emails sent to us for a period of time so we are able to monitor the number of emails we receive.
By using this website you are consenting to the placing of certain types of cookie on your device.
What's a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file stored on your computer or device in which the website holds information about your visit.
There are two main types of cookie in use on the web today:
These cookies are usually set in one of two ways:
In common with most current websites we use a blend of the above to help improve your experience of using our website, expressly by:
We do not use the information captured for any other purpose.
Cookies and the law
A European privacy law - the 'e-Privacy Directive' - came into force in the UK on 25 May 2011, which aims to give users of websites and other digital media more control over the information that is collected about them.
In essence they want to make users more aware of cookies and ensure that their consent is sought before potentially private information is stored.
The Information Commission's Office are responsible for enforcement of the directive in the UK and more information can be found on their website.
Cookies are also governed by the Data Protection Act 1998, in particular the first and third data protection principles.
Specific cookie usage on this website
Cookies fall into broad categories depending on their intended use:
Currently all cookies on workwithyork.co.uk fall into one of the first three categories.
By continuing to use this website and the other websites on this domain (workwithyork.co.uk) you are accepting that we will place the three categories of cookies mentioned above on your device. Should we ever use tracking cookies (the fourth category above) in the future we will ensure there is a mechanism in place by which we can gain your explicit consent.
However, please be aware that because certain web functions rely on cookies this may affect your use of this website. Expressly: