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Some people prefer not to allow cookies, which is why most browsers give you the ability to manage cookies to suit you.
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In the Google Chrome browser, the Tools menu contains an option to Clear Browsing Data. You can use this option to delete cookies and other site and plug-in data, including data stored on your device by the Adobe Flash Player (commonly known as Flash cookies)
In Internet Explorer, on the Start screen, tap or click Internet Explorer to open Internet Explorer. Point to the bottom-right corner of the screen, move the mouse pointer up, then click Settings. Tap or click Options, and then, under History, tap or click Select. Select the Cookies checkbox, and then tap or click Delete.
In Firefox, go to ‘Tools’ in the menu bar. Click on ‘Options’, then click on the Privacy tab. Disable the box that says ‘Accept Cookies From sites’.
Students respond well to skilful questioning. As a result, they think deeply and use skills such as inference and empathy to move their learning on. Very effective learning was observed in a science lesson in Year 7 where skilful questioning led to students challenging their own thoughts and considering the views of others.
Students receive excellent information, advice and guidance, including careers advice. All students leaving the academy go on to further or higher education, employment or training.
Students in the sixth form feel valued and supported. During their time in the sixth form, they take on many different responsibilities around the academy, including supporting and mentoring younger pupils.