Victoria, those are rolled oats. It also states that in the description. Here it is...
" Traditional Wholegrain Oats 1kg
Traditional wholegrain oats are produced from rolling the whole oat groat. This gives a distinctive coarse nutty oat, which is great for muesli or delicious as a hearty bowl of porridge."
BTW, all the Scotch oats I've seen are rolled oats, but steel cut oats are sometimes referred to as Irish oats (though not all oats with name Irish are steel cut). Clear as mud, right? :-)
Steel cut oats are unmistakably unique in appearance. They look like actual pieces of grain that have each been cut into 2 or 3 pieces.
Here's a photo of uncooked steel cut oats: http://www.all-creatures.org/recipe...elcut.html