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We do not collect personal information about you when you visit our site unless you choose to provide such information to us; this is on a strictly voluntary basis.
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Completing the Request a Prospectus form, and the personally identifying information you submit, will only be used to provide you with a prospectus and related items. We may use the information to send updates or further information on the school. At any time you wish to opt out you may do so by emailing or telephoning Oswestry School.
You may also choose to send us personally identifying information; this could be via emails containing questions or comments, or by completing a web form that gives us this information. We use personally identifying information to reply to requests. We may also forward your email to an appropriate colleague, more able to deal with your queries. We do not share any information we receive with any third parties, except where required by law.
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