Technology - this means all sorts of technology not just computers and laptops Time - take your time and think before posting Take Care - many things and people are not what they seem to be on the internet Tricky - you could get a situation you are not happy with Tell - if you are worried tell someone you trust straight away

The 5 'T's of E-Safety

Accessibility Statement

We have endeavoured to make this site usable and fully accessible.

We would like all users to be able find the information they are looking for quickly and easily.

If you find a problem in using this site, please email deniseadams@landmarks.ac.uk

Navigation

Top right you will find links to text re-sizing, contrast and text only features.

The main navigation is on the left hand side of the page where there are links to the five main sections and which are available on whichever page you are on:-  Home, About Us, Students, Staff, Parents and Carers, Further Resources. Below these links are news items and further down are links to our Facebook and Twitter pages.

Bottom left you will find links to the accessibility statement and copyright information.

Along the bottom are icons relating to the different organisations involved in the project and selecting these will take you to that organisation’s website.

Browser compatibility

This site has been designed to display in the following browsers under the stated operating systems:

Windows:

  • Internet Explorer 9, 8 and 7
  • Firefox 4.0, 3.5, 3 and 2
  • Safari
  • Opera
  • Google
  • Chrome
Apple Mac:
  • Safari
  • Firefox

Formats of documents

All the documentation on the site is offered in Word or PDF.

Portable Document Format (PDF)
Adobe offer a free online conversion tool that will convert Adobe PDF files to text or an HTML page. For more information please go to the Online Conversions tools page of the Adobe website.

Usability of this Site

The EM E-Safety Project website offers the following usability and accessibility features to help users:

Return to the home page
To return to the homepage of the website, please click on the Home Page at the top of the left hand navigation links.

Increasing the text size
The majority of this website has been designed to be legible at larger font sizes.

The two most common methods to increase the font size on our web-pages are:

  1. Use the browser text-resize functionality
  2. Use the accessibility tools built in to the website.

Use your browser’s text-resize functionality
Modern browsers allow you to change the size of the text should you want to. To do this, hold down the Control Button and press + or - to increase or decrease text size respectively. For browsers where this does not work, please refer to the browser's help documentation.

Use the accessibility tools built in to the website.
Please note: you must have javascript enabled to access this functionality. For the website to remember your settings from page to page and visit to visit, you also need to have cookies enabled.

The built-in accessibility tools can be accessed by clicking on the relevant link at the top right of the page.

Further reading

Take a visit to the BBC's My Web My Way site to find out other accessibility options available to you.

Changing the page colour

There are several ways to change the colours of our web pages to make them more readable:

  1. Use the browser/operating system options available.
  2. Use the accessibility tools built in to the website.

Use the browser/operating system options available.
For more information on the options available, you may like to visit the BBC’s site; My Web My Way.

Use the accessibility tools built in to the website.

The built-in accessibility tools can be accessed by clicking on the relevant link at the top right of the page.

Please note: you must have javascript enabled to access this functionality.  For the website to remember your settings from page to page and visit to visit, you also need to have cookies enabled.

Sending us Feedback

If you would like to draw our attention to any issues you are experiencing or any improvements you would like to see, please contact deniseadams@landmarks.ac.uk