We want Findability to be accessible for everyone. This means:

  • We will plan to make sure people with different access needs can use Findability,
  • We will plan for how people without access to the internet will use Findability,
  • We make sure we provide clear, transparent, jargon free, up-to-date information,
  • We make sure we consider children and young people access needs when planning and developing Findability.

Bristol City Council's Accessibility Strategy

Bristol has an accessibility strategy for disabled pupils.  This comes from the Equalities Act 2010. This looks at how pupils at school are able to access the curriculum, the physical environment and information.


Website Accessibility

We have some tips for how you might like to make Findability fit your accessibility needs.

Don't forget there is an accessibility bar at the top of the page which lets you quickly change the screen colours, text size and language.


Findability Accessibility Guide

We use the Findability accessibility guide to make sure we are doing our best to make our information accessible for parent carers and young people.  This includes making sure we meet the NHS England Accessible Information Standard.


Aim for the Stars

Part of the registering on Findability, AIM for the Stars helps people know how well organisations and services are in being physically accessible, inclusive and doing meaningful participation.


SEND Glossary

This is page with information on some of the common words and phrases used by SEND services and their meanings.


This page has information for residents in the City of Bristol.  Find out about what other Local Authorities do.

Last Update 1 December 2016 by Findability Team.


We make sure we keep information on Findability as up to date as we can.  If you think this page is out of date or inaccurate please contact us on sendplus@bristol.gov.uk.  Findability is not responsible for the content of external websites.