This section of the website contains information on the accessibility of our web, print and telephone services.
We are committed to making all our methods of communication as accessible to as many people as possible.
If you experience difficulties using or navigating our website, please contact us. We need your feedback to understand any problems you might have experienced or suggestions you might have to improve our website:
Get in touch with us by calling the Administrator on: 01349 868211
Or you can email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or you can write to us at:
If you don’t have a home computer, you can access a computer at the public libraries and ask for help at the Service Points.
Service Points will be able to print small amounts of information from the handbook for those who have a disability which prevents use of a computer or who have difficulty accessing a computer. For more information telephone: 01349 886 606
This feature is designed primarily for people with dyslexia. The colour schemes were recommended by , an organisation recognised for its web accessibility expertise.
Black text on white background
White text on blue background
White text on dark grey background
White text on yellow background
Our website is compatible with the MyStudyBar software tool.
MyStudyBar is a tool which helps overcome problems that students commonly experience with studying, reading and writing. The tool consists of a set of portable open source and freeware applications, assembled into one convenient package. Easy to install, simple to use, handy and effective, MyStudyBar provides comprehensive learning support at the desktop, where it is needed. And if this is not already attractive enough, a further eye-catching feature of MyStudyBar is that it is completely FREE to download and free to use.
If you are visually impaired and have experienced difficulties with using or navigating our site, do please contact us: we need your feedback to understand any difficulties our users might be experiencing, and to improve our website.
We have 'easy read' versions of some of our most popular information. It is useful for people whose first language is not English, who may have a learning difficulty, or who would like simplified information to use.
The site has been designed to comply wherever possible with Level AA conformance of the W3C's WAI accessibility guidelines and in accordance with RNIB recommendations.