This search engine works slightly differently from the ones you are most familiar with on the Internet, but if you follow a few simple rules it will provide an accurate
To search for an exact phrase, put the phrase inside double quotes, for example: "significant harm"
This search engine is very precise and it will not usually find words that have been misspelled. If you are unsure of the correct way to spell a word, use the asterisk as a “wildcard” for the part of the word you are unsure of. For example typing in “accessment” will not produce any results, but a**esment will find all references to Assessments.
You can also use an asterisk to represent part of a word; for example, a search for: adopt* will find 'adopt', 'adoption', 'adoptive' etc.
You can enter multiple words and phrases, and you can search for pages containing 'any' or 'all' of the search terms by selecting the appropriate selection button.
If you are still having problems with the use of the search engine please contact tri.x or call (024) 7667 8053 for further advice.