Treloar School and Treloar College
Treloar’s is a school and college for physically disabled young people providing integrated education, therapy, medical and care support to both day and residential students. We provide education to young people with wide ranging physical and learning disabilities from age 2 – 25 years of age. Students may be working at pre-entry level right the way up to level 3 (A level equivalent).
Who to contact
- Contact Name
- John Stone
- Contact Position
- 01420 547400
Where to go
- GU34 4GL
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- We are open 50 weeks per year
- Time of day
- Referral required
- Referral Details
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org 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 and student on the basis of an assessment carried out by our professional multi -disciplinary team. Some students are funded privately but most are funded as part of an agreement with the local authority. The decisions on funding can link to the Statement of Special Needs or the Education Health Care Plan.
- Other notes
At Treloar’s every student will have an individually agreed programme which integrates their education, independence skills, therapy and other support. These will be delivered holistically for each individual student working with their own Multi-Disciplinary Team.
Each student’s programme is broken down into a system of aims, objectives and targets, which are all recorded on our on-line student record system.
In addition to the normal system of annual reports and reviews we are able to provide up real time information on a young person’s curriculum progress and achievements to parents for example through the use of the dedicated parents area on our Virtual Learning Environment.
We encourage parents to get involved in a young person’s education where relevant.
Our BELONG family support group in conjunction with our Parents’ Association also offer training and information days.