Treloar School & College
Treloar’s School and College offers physically disabled children and young people a specialist environment where education and learning take place alongside therapy and care. Treloar’s offers day and residential placements, aged 2 to 25 years. Each student is supported by a multi-disciplinary team of professionals on-site.
Who to contact
- Contact Name
- Admissions Team
- Contact Position
- 01420 547747
Where to go
- Treloar School and College
- GU34 4GL
Treloar’s School and College are located on a single purpose-built campus at Holybourne close to the thriving market town of Alton, Hampshire.
The campus is fully accessible with state-of-the-art facilities including: specialist classrooms, enterprise and life skills centres, specialist art and photography rooms, a technology hub, drama hall, well-equipped therapy suites, hydrotherapy pool, and a fully equipped health centre. In addition, there are residential houses offering a home-from-home feel and first-class care, as well as sports facilities for a wide range of accessible sports including swimming, wheelchair racing and Boccia.
Time / Date Details
- Time of day
- Session Information
2 – 11 year olds day placements
11 – 16 year olds 38 week placements (day and residential)
16+ year olds full range of placements including 52 weeks
- Cost description - based on the assessed need of each individual young person. Every one of our student’s fees is different and entirely bespoke, depending on the level of staffing support and therapy required.
- Referral required
- Referral Details
Contact us at email@example.com to discuss a visit and to learn more about what Treloar’s can offer your child. A placement at Treloar’s will usually start in September but we do take students throughout the year. We also offer outreach and family support services in the wider community.
The decision about a placement at Treloar’s is usually made by the parent/carer and student on the basis of an assessment carried out by our professional multi-disciplinary team. Some students are funded privately but the vast majority are funded as part of an agreement with their home local authority. The decisions on funding can link to the Education Health and Care Plan (EHCP) or Statement of Special Needs.
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