What information will be collected and how?
Information that you provide by filling out all forms on our site, our paper application forms or signing up to our newsletter on our home page. We may also ask you for information if you are reporting a problem with our site. If you contact us by phone or email we may keep a record of that correspondence and we may ask you to complete email surveys for research/customer satisfaction purposes although you do not have to respond to these.
Do we share your information with any third parties?
No, we do not share your information with any third parties. The only exception to this rule would be in two extenuating circumstances;-
- We were compelled and requested by the legal Authorities to provide information.
- The Business was sold to a new owner along with our pool rights and customer details.
What do we use your information for?
We use your data to help us find and supply you the best swimming lessons for your child/children or yourself if taking a private lesson. We also use it to contact you about booking and rebooking lessons (in the form of our newsletter which we will send to you by email and notify you of this by text message) to let you know about term dates, badge days, end of term details, swim school news and in the case of cancellation (we will email or phone or both to let you know).
Can I unsubscribe from your Newsletter?
Yes, you can opt out anytime although please bear in mind if you do that you will no longer receive information on booking, rebooking, badges and swim school news in general.
This policy may be updated from time to time and we will inform you of this by email either as part of our newsletter or as a standalone document.
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