Terms of Use

Think Children is committed to the highest standards of quality of information and makes every effort to ensure that information is accurate. The information on this website is intended for your general information. It is a guide only, before relying on any matter discussed in this site, you should seek professional advice on any proposed action.

Think Children has used all reasonable endeavour to ensure accuracy and completeness of this website. However, Think Children gives no representation, assurance undertaking or warranty about the accuracy, correctness or fitness for purpose regarding the site or any website referred to by them ("the third party").

Think Children accepts no responsibility whatsoever for any reliance placed on the contents of the site and will not be held responsible for any loss, damage or inconvenience caused as a result of inaccuracy or error within these pages.

Think Children does not approve or endorse the information in any third party site. Think Children is not responsible for the content of any external websites and does not endorse any product or organisation contained therein. The content on this site is owned by and is the copyright of Think Children.

Think Children accepts no responsibility for, and therefore will have no liability in connection with any third party site.

You may make copies of site content for your personal use only. You are not allowed to copy and distribute content in any way without the prior consent of Think Children. Use of documents and related graphics is for informational and non-commercial purposes only. No documents or related graphics may be modified in any way.

Accessibility

This website has been designed and produced with accessibility in mind, in line with industry best practice.

If you have problems using this site, please contact Think Children

Here are some of the things we have done to make the site accessible:

  • Not using tables for anything but tabular data. This makes pages load faster for everyone, and makes it easy for screenreader users to use our site
  • Using meaningful, valid XHTML for markup
  • Thinking about link text carefully, so that it makes sense out of context
  • Using meaningful ALT text on images, and moving presentational images into the CSS
  • Making sure that text can be resized without messing up the site design
  • Warning when a link will open a new window, or open a PDF or Word Document
  • Using good colour contrast between foreground and background