Accessibility is about making content available to as many people as possible regardless of their equipment or needs.
Where applicable, we'll provide you with alternative access routes to information, either by telephone, email, postal mail or document downloads in the PDF format.
PDF is one of the most popular and portable mediums for providing content that looks the same on the screen and in print, regardless of what kind of computer or printer you are using and regardless of what software package was originally used to create it. Although unlikely (given its widespread use and standard installation on most computers), if you find you are unable to view PDF files, please download Adobe's FREE PDF Reader.
Website Design Considerations
Care has been taken in the design of this website to ensure that it validates to HTML5 standards, as outlined by the W3C. This increases its compliance across multiple web browsers and means that it is more likely to remain accessible as browsers change in the future.
This website has been tested on, and is compatible with, all major operating systems and web browsers.
We aim to make this website available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. However, there are occasions where it is necessary to carry out maintenance on the site which may mean that certain pages are unavailable for short periods of time.
Every effort is made to make this process as painless as possible but if you would like to discuss any problems or your experiences, please feel free to contact us.
Pupils are taught about risk, including when they are using computers. Ofsted report