Marriotts School website accessibility statement
Marriotts school is committed to making this website accessible to visitors with disabilities and is continually working to increase its accessibility and usability.
Marriotts School strives to conform to Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1, Level AA. These recommendations outline how to make website content accessible to a wider range of people with disabilities.
We are on a regular basis seeking opportunities to bring all areas of the site up to the same level of overall web accessibility.
If for any reason you cannot access any of the material on our website, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will work to resolve the problem as soon as possible.
High visibility version
Brail, large print other support
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There is a link at the homepage footer (located where partially sighted users would expect to find it)
Any of our information can be requested in large print or brail by contacting email@example.com
The site carries a large number of downloadable policies and statements, these may not be compatible with audio reading software and so it may be necessary to share these in large print or brail until alternative solutions are implemented.
These pages are compatible with audio reading softwareIncrease text size by zooming in on the page, this increases the content but does not distort it
OperableKeyboard only users
There are commands that enable keyboard only users to navigate the site. For example using only the tab key, esc and enter
English as a second language
Our content is written in plain English we aim to provide information in the clearest form and without using confusing terminology.
A large choice of alternative languages are available by clicking the globe icon at the top right hand corner of the website
The website is written in HTML and so is widely accessible by different technologies and ageing tech. It is also designed for use on tablets and mobile phones.
We publicise contact details on the contacts link of all pages
|Objectives to improve accessibility
Avoid the use of colour to distinguish data
Embed text rather than upload PDF documents
Upload word documents where possible
Include captions in videos
Maintain visually strong formatting (strong text colour against background colour, no special effects against text / information)
Highlight compatible audio reading software or assistive software
Avoid technical / specialist phrases
Avoid / explain acronymsMaintain consistency
Updated October 2021