Terms and Conditions of use of this site 

By accessing this website or any content on the Cambridge School website at www.cambridge.pt, you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions of use,and assume all corresponding rights and obligations.
 

Properties and Access

The content of this website (texts, images, trademarks and logos) is the intellectual property of Cambridge School. Copying, reproducing, modifying or disseminating its content, including extracting text or images for other uses, may not be carried out without the prior written permission of Cambridge School.

Cambridge School allows free access to its site for the purpose of providing general information and information about the school and its activity. Notwithstanding the ongoing efforts of Cambridge School to ensure the quality of content and services on this website, the information provided is of a general nature and may not be complete or up to date. 

Cambridge School reserves the right without justification to suspend, alter, add or remove portions of the contents of the site at any time, as well as to restrict the use and accessibility of its website.
 

Use of Services
The user is obliged to use this website in accordance with the laws and regulations applicable in Portugal for this type of service. We remind users from other countries that the norms and conditions of the privacy policy may not be applicable to the terms and conditions of this website, and the user bears responsibility for any damage that results from the access or the use of the content of this website.

It is expressly prohibited to use this website for the practice of illegal acts, whether civil, criminal or other, or the violation of any rights of others, and this can lead to prosecution.
 

Changes to the Present Terms of Use 

Cambridge School may, at any time and without prior notice, change the conditions of the current Terms of Use, as well as the services it provides. The continued use of this website, after such changes, will constitute acceptance of such changes, not being able to invoke ignorance or non-acceptance of the changes.