Thank you for visiting the Murrabit Group School Website and reviewing our privacy statement.  It is but one part of the school’s overall privacy policy.

Information that may be collected and used

As the school’s website develops in its complexity, you may choose from time to time to send us an electronic form that includes your personal details.  This information will only be used for the purpose for which it was provided.  You need to be aware that this web site does not provide facilities for the secure transmission of information.

This web site collects information using ‘cookies’. The information is to be used for statistical analysis and to help improve our site for its users.

During your visit to this site our operating system may record:

  • The internet domain of your internet service, such as ‘’.
  • The type of browser you are using, such as ‘Internet Explorer’.
  • The type of operating system that you use, such as Windows or MacIntosh.
  • The date and time you visit our site and the web pages that you visit on our site.
  • The address of the previous web site you were visiting if you linked to us from another site.

Information that may be published

To celebrate the achievements of our students we seek to publish photographs of them and their work on our web site.  Only the first names of students are published with photographs.  Photographs of students are only published on the website with the consent of the student and their parents or guardians.


All the personal information we receive is kept secure and confidential.  All DE&T staff who handle your personal information are required by law to respect your privacy.  Once you leave this site and go to a non-DE&T site a different privacy statement is likely to apply and therefore you should check the security of the new website.

If you have any concerns about the content of this web site or wish to access the information we hold, please contact the school.  If not contacting the school in person, you will be expected to confirm your identity before the request is addressed.


Neil Hopkins

July 2007