This site is produced by the Department of Education. It provides access to information about Western Australian Premier's Reading Challenge.

Please note: This website including its structure and content is constantly under review to ensure that it meets the needs of its audience.

Accessibility features

The accessibility features currently available include:

  • increasing or decreasing the text size (via the users' browser)
  • 'skip to' links and a logical tab order to navigate using assistive technologies
  • printer-friendly content
Text size

Your Internet browser has the ability to make the text larger or smaller on this site (or on any website you visit) by changing the settings on your computer.

The following Web Accessibility initiative (WAI) web page has instructions on changing text size and colours.

To check which Internet browser is installed on your machine:

  1. open your Internet browser
  2. select 'Help' from the top menu of your browser
  3. select 'About' (followed by your browser name) from the drop down list.

This displays which browser and version you are using.

Printing pages

To print content from this website, simply use the print function of your Internet browser. The print function is usually located under the ‘File’ menu of your browser.

When a web page is printed, it will print the title and location of the page as well as the content. Navigation menus and banners are automatically removed for your convenience to improve readability on paper.

The default contrast for printing is black text on a white background. Any unnecessary images should be removed. It is recommended you use the print preview function of your browser if it is available.

Viewing documents

If you do not have the required software to view the documents available on this site, the following free downloads or online applications will allow you to view the documents:

Request content in other formats

Copies of documents will be made available in alternative formats on request.

Disability Access and Inclusion Plan

View the Department’s Disability Access and Inclusion Plan.

What is accessibility?

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has produced the Website Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG 2.0) to assist website designers, developers and administrators in producing accessible pages and content. There are three levels of accessibility compliance; Level A, AA and AAA. Further information on the accessibility guidelines can be found below:

Accessibility complaints

Problems with this website’s performance or functionality can be reported via our contact us page.

Please contact us with any questions relating to the accessibility of this website, or to get alternative formats of information.

External websites

The Department of Education takes no responsibility for the accessibility levels of external websites linked to from this website.