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The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

LexiaUK Limited is the authorised UK reseller of Lexia® SaaS-based literacy and assessment subscription products and services (the “Lexia Solutions”), which are owned and provisioned by Lexia Learning Systems LLC in the U.S. (“Lexia”).

All user personal data collected through use of the LexiaSolutions are processed by Lexia to provision and deliver the Lexia Solutions, including applications hosting and client support, through data centres and systems that are outside the United Kingdom and the European Union, including in the U.S. For individuals located in the European Union and the United Kingdom, Lexia participates in and has certified its compliance with the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework.  The Privacy Shield Framework has been determined by the European Commission to be an “adequate” basis for cross-border transfers of personal data of European data subjects, and will continue to serve as an “adequate” basis for cross-border transfers when the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) takes effect in May 2018.

Lexia is committed to complying with the requirements of the GDPR and to protecting all personal data received from data subjects in the United Kingdom and European Union member countries in accordance with the Privacy Shield Framework’s Principles, which are aligned with the data protection requirements in the UK and EU: Notice; Choice; Accountability for Onward Transfer; Security; Data Integrity & Purpose Limitation; Access; and Recourse, Enforcement & Liability.

To learn more about the Privacy Shield Framework, and to view Lexia’s certification, visit the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Privacy Shield List at

For further information regarding Lexia’s data processing, security and terms for the Lexia Application, please see also:

Lexia Application Data Privacy Policy:

Lexia Student Records Privacy Statement and Security Plan:

Lexia Application License Agreement:

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We use cookies on this website for one purpose, and that is to collect statistical information about how visitors use this website, so we can improve the way this website works and measure our success. By recording such statistics as browser usage, visitor location, operating system etc. we can measure and improve on how we manage and maintain our site, in order to give you an ultimately better visitor experience.

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Our Cookies

Below is a list of the main cookies that are set by us when you access this website and a description of what we use them for:

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Cookie Purpose

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How to Manage Cookies

You can enable or disable cookies by changing your website browser settings to accept or reject cookies as required. How to do this will depend on the browser you use. We have provided further information below on how to check which browser you use and how to manage cookies. Please bear in mind that if cookies are not enabled on your computer, your activities may be restricted to browsing this website, and certain content may not be available to you.

Checking which browser you use

If you are using a PC – go to “Help” and select the “About” option.

If you are using a Mac – click on the Apple menu within the browser and select the “About” option.

Once you know which brower you are using, follow the instructions below to check if you have cookies enabled on your computer:

Checking cookies – PCs

Microsoft Internet Explorer 6, 7, 8:

  1. Go to “Tools” at the top of your browser window. Select “Internet options”. Click on the “Privacy” tab
  2. Ensure that your Privacy level is set to Medium or below to enable cookies

Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Go to “Tools” and select Options
  2. Click the Privacy icon
  3. Click on Cookies and choose “allow sites to set cookies”

Google Chrome

  1. Go to “Tools” and select Options
  2. Click “Under the Hood” and select the “Content settings” button within the “Privacy” section
  3. Choose “Allow local data to be set”

Checking cookies – Macs

Safari on OSX:

  1. Click “Safari” and select “Preferences”
  2. Click “Security” then “Accept cookies”

Mozilla and Netscape on OSX:

  1. Click on “Mozilla” or “Netscape” and select “Preferences”
  2. Find ‘Cookies’ under “Privacy & Security”
  3. Select “Enable cookies for the originating web site only”


  1. Click “Menu” and select “Settings”
  2. Select “Preferences” and then “Advanced”
  3. Select “Accept cookies”

If you are not happy with the way that we use cookies then you should delete Lexia cookies having visited the site, or you should browse the site using your browser’s anonymous usage setting (called “Incognito” in Chrome, “InPrivate” for Internet Explorer, “Private Browsing” in Firefox and Safari etc.)


"I firmly believe that the program helped and supported Year 6 to get the great results which they achieved in all areas of the English related SATs."

Kelly Bewick, Y6 teacher

St John's Primary School, Newcastle