The Senior Master has launched a new website which aims to help beneficiaries and their families and carers. We hope the site is easy to understand and use.
Listen to this site using BrowseAloud
What is BrowseAloud?
BrowseAloud makes websites accessible to those who require online reading support. It works by reading web pages aloud in a human-sounding voice. The user simply hovers their mouse pointer over the text to hear it read aloud.
See Using BrowseAloud for more information.
Type a word or phrase into the search box. It’s on the top right of every page.
The top navigation bar appears on every page. It contains links to all areas of the site. The site includes a general information section called About us. There are also lists of News articles and Publications.
Our site is split into three areas:
You can switch between these sites by using the tabs at the top:
This website is being designed to meet the World-Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 1.0 AA standard.
As this is a new site, we are still actively working to increase the site's accessibility. We are in the process of updating the site to meet the outcomes of a full accessibility audit conducted in August 2011 to ensure the site meets the AA standard.
Read our Accessibility statement for more information.
Changing the text size
Use the A- and A+ buttons to increase or decrease the size of the text, to make it easier to read.
Changing the contrast
Use the contrast buttons to increase or decrease the contrast of the site, to make it easier to read.
See our Contact us page
Send us your feedback and comments using our Feedback form.
For formal complaints, see our Complaints section.