We are committed to a website that is accessible to all our users. We review the site regularly and amend pages that may cause problems for people with disabilities. We aim to meet or exceed the provisions of the W3C/WAI Level ‘AA’ checklist.
All of our content is checked for plain English, and we aim to use a written style which is straightforward and understandable.
This site is Browsealoud-enabled. Browsealoud software reads out web pages for people who might have difficulties reading online. Large amounts of text on screen is often difficult for people with literacy and visual impairments. Browsealoud is free and easy to download. Once installed you can listen to hundreds of websites.
The downloadable documents on this site are in Portable Document Format (often referred to as PDF).