Who I am
I’m Amber Semple, a qualified teacher, running private French classes for young children, currently online, and producing resources to help you learn French at home. My website address is: https://www.childrensfrenchclasses.co.uk.
Your personal details
- If you make a purchase, I collect information necessary to enable you to be able to pay for products via the generic forms created by WooCommerce, which is a plug-in I use to sell products over my website. Your personal details are not used for promotional purposes and nor are they passed on to anyone other than by your consent to pay me, for example through PayPal – the only reason they may be used would be if I updated a product and offered you an updated version of the product at no additional cost to you or if there was a problem with your payment or with the product that needed rectifying. When you make a purchase, I receive an email which gives me your personal details. Any emails I receive come to my gmail account, which is password protected on my PC, and is only accessible on my phone by unlocking it.
- If you comment on my Blog, WordPress records your personal data – I have included the information that they provide below about how this takes place.
There are links from this website that take you to other websites. These include Hoop, YouTube, Facebook, Amazon and Mailchimp. In order to find out how they collect and use your personal data, please look up their respective privacy policies.
Please do get in touch with me if you have any further questions. firstname.lastname@example.org
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