Cookies are small text files that websites install on the computer or mobile device of users who visit them.
First-party cookies are cookies that are generated by the website you are visiting and can only be read by that website. In addition, a website may also use external services, which generate their own cookies: third-party cookies.
Persistent cookies are cookies that are stored on your computer and are not automatically deleted when you exit your browser (unlike session cookies, which are deleted when you exit your browser).
Each time you visit a Logos International School website, you will be asked to accept or decline cookies.
The purpose is to remember your preferences (user name, language, etc.) for a certain period of time, so you do not have to enter them again when browsing our pages during the same visit.
Cookies may also be used to compile anonymized statistics about the browsing experience on our websites.
The three types of first-party cookies we use allow us to:
store visitor preferences
keep our websites running
collect analytics data (on user behavior).
to collect visitor preferences.
You can delete the cookies you already have on your device by clearing your browser history. This will delete cookies from all the websites you have visited, however, you may also lose some of the information you have stored (for example, your login identifiers or your preferences for websites).
To have more precise control over site-specific cookies, users can adjust their privacy and cookie settings in their browser.
It is possible to set most modern browsers to not accept cookies on the device you are using, but in that case you may have to manually set a number of preferences each time you visit a site or page. In addition, some services and features may not work properly (e.g., profile logins).