Trending News
Category
City
Zipcode/Postcode

Treloar’s

The Treloar Trust provides education, care, therapy, medical support and independence training to young people with physical disabilities from all over the UK and overseas. Our aim is to prepare these young people for adult life, giving them the confidence and skills to achieve their full potential.

The main areas in which we work are the non-maintained Nursery and School (from 2 to 19 years) and College (from 16 to 25 years). In School we challenge young people and nurture their abilities to prepare them for the next stage in their lives, our aim being that every student leaves having achieved at least one nationally recognised qualification. In College our aim is to enable all learners to achieve their long-term goals of a more independent life and make a meaningful contribution to their community, including Higher Education and employment.

Founded in 1907 Treloar’s is a registered charity with a turnover of around £19 million. Most of our income comes from fees paid by local authorities or by private funding but we also need to raise approximately £2 million every year to keep Treloar’s at the forefront of education and services for physically disabled people.

We also offer a range of Outreach Services to the wider disabled community and let the campus facilities to local sports and activity groups and for residential stays.

Outstanding teaching and learning

The teachers and the support assistants who work with our students benefit from rigorous professional development programmes. Regular observation of teaching and learning and assessment feeds into personal development plans and demonstrates that our classes are effective and enjoyable.

Focus on outcomes for students

At Treloar’s we are all focussed on our students’ futures. We know our job is to maximise their independence and help them gain the skills they need to get the best from life.

We can demonstrate students make excellent progress

All students are assessed on admission and their progress is recorded on a wide variety of methods describing their development in communication, independence skills, health and well-being, accessing the community and academic skills including numeracy and literacy. We are developing on-line systems which allow parents, students and teachers to keep up-to-date on achievement.

Contact Details

Treloar Trust Holybourne Alton Hampshire GU34 4GL

Alton

GU34 4GL

United Kingdom

01420 547400

info@treloar.org.uk

Connect with Treloar’s

Accessibility

Sharing

Just launched a Brand New Disability Directory!

Can you help us grow and recommend a product, website, service or organisation? Please click the Recommend A Listing button. We need your help to build a valuable resource for our whole community to use.

Recommend A Listing

Font Resize