Any information provided is to be used for informational/educational purposes only.
It should not be used as a substitute for seeking professional care or following school procedures. The potential risks associated with improper diagnosis or treatment of emotional issues can only be minimised by consultations with health or mental health professionals.
For further information on emotional support – including but not limited to anxiety, depression or suicidal thoughts – please consult your health or mental health professional.
While every care has been taken in the preparation of the information provided, schools and parents are reminded that Potential to Performance cannot accept any legal liability for any errors or omissions or damages resulting from reliance on the information provided.
This Policy applies to personal information submitted by you on this website managed by Potential to Performance, and to any information automatically retrieved during your visit to this website.
The website operated by Potential to Performance is www.potentialtoperformance.co.nz. All other websites are to be regarded as third party websites.
We will not use any information collected about you from your use of this website unless you have actively agreed to it being used in a specific manner. We will not contact you to promote a product or service unless you have expressly requested that contact. Potential to Performance takes care to ensure that it adheres to the provisions of the Unsolicited Electronic Messages Act 2007 and will only collect and use information from you on this website in accordance with the Act and the Privacy Act 1993.
We will not under any circumstances release, sell, publish, or give away personal information to any other person or organisation unless required by law or subject to the consent of the information supplier. Information obtained from website users may be collated and used for statistical purposes, but will not identify the user in any way.
We will not collect from you any sensitive information relating to the prohibited grounds of discrimination set out in the Human Rights 1993 (namely, sex, marital status, religious or ethical belief, colour, race, ethnic or national origins, disability, age, political opinion, employment or family status, sexual orientation), other than with your express consent or where collection is either authorised by law or is reasonably necessary to enforce the law or to establish or defend a legal claim.
Only authorised Potential to Performance employees or contractors are able to access your personal information.
Access to Personal Information
You may request access to any personal information held about you and your request will be granted unless there are reasonable grounds to deny access. If you consider any information held is inaccurate, you may ask for a correction and you may at any time ask to be removed from any mailing or distribution list on which, previously, you have asked to be included. Written requests for access, correction and removal should be accompanied by proof of identity and should be made to firstname.lastname@example.org
Our website records standard information such as time, date and URL of request (the web page you arrived from) via our web servers. This information is recorded by all web servers and is used to improve the functionality, structure and performance of our website. We analyse non-identifiable web traffic data to improve our services and the use which visitors make of this website.
When you use the website our server logs the following information, which is provided by your browser:
- Your server’s IP address (a number which is unique to the machine through which you are connected to the Internet) or your personal IP address
- The type of browser and operating system you are using
- The domain name of the referring site (e.g. the previous Site that you visited)
This information does not personally identify you. We analyse this non-personal information for certain trends and statistics, such as which parts of the website users are visiting, which elements or pages are most popular and to measure the effectiveness of advertising. We do not disclose information about individuals except for the reasons set out above.
Disclosure of Information to Third Parties
Other companies or organisations that place advertising on our websites may collect information about you when you contact them. It is emphasised that we cannot control this collection of information. You should contact these companies or organisations directly if you have any questions about their use of the information they collect.
Changes to our Policy
We may, at our discretion, update or revise this Policy from time to time. Any changes will take effect immediately once they are posted here, so we encourage you to periodically review this document for the latest information on privacy practices at Potential to Performance.
If you have any questions about our privacy policies or any other matter, please email email@example.com