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Mar 26

Information Update - Chair of Trustees, Treloar Trust

After 25 years as a Governor/Trustee and 13 years as Chair of Treloar Trust, Bruce Powell will be standing down on 1 September 2015. In keeping with its long term mission in support of disability, over this time Treloar’s has continued to provide first class education and care for young people with physical disabilities. In recent years the strategic plan to co-locate the School, College and Trust on to one site at Holybourne has been completed successfully. The School and College are officially rated as ‘Good’ across all areas of education and residential care and Trust fundraising continues to provide important additional resources to support the young people in its care.

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Mar 23

Guildford Swim Gala - March 2015

This past weekend the Treloar’s swim squad took part in the Guildford Gala with seven swimmers altogether. It was another successful swimming gala for the Treloar’s swim squad. In all, swimmers came home with 6 medals and 9 Personal Bests (PBs). There were tears and cheers throughout the competition.

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Mar 19

Treloar’s achieves Leader in Diversity accreditation

Treloar’s has recently been awarded the Stage 3 accreditation ‘Leaders in Diversity’ from the National Centre for Diversity. Few specialist colleges successfully complete this process and, by doing this, Treloar’s can be regarded as the ‘go to’ organisation for advice and training on Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) and actively promote to partner/supplier organisations its ability to support them with EDI awareness.

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Mar 18

Treloar College students interviewed by the Daily Mirror

Treloar College was approached by the Daily Mirror to become involved in some research around the views of young people about politics. The paper’s young person’s journalist, Helen Whitehouse, was travelling around the country interviewing groups of young people about their views on politics and nine of our College students were keen to become involved. Helen and two colleagues from British Future, who were working with Helen on the project, visited Treloar’s for an hour long discussion with students. Topics which were important to students included inclusion, immigration, the armed forces, the NHS, accessibility, student tuition fees and the right to attend special schools and colleges. There was a general feeling of mistrust of politicians and a desire for more transparency.

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Mar 16

Boden Shopping Party Success

Thank you to everyone who came to the Boden Shopping Party Event here at Treloar’s on Saturday 28th February. Despite the drizzle, you shopped til you dropped (well had a cup of tea and cake at least) and we heard back from Boden about the commission…

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Mar 10

Southwest Regional and West Regional Boccia Competitions

Earlier this month students Jasper, Cameron and Theodore headed to Exeter for the South East Regional Boccia Competition.

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Mar 4

Students climb the walls at Alton Sports Centre

On the 28 February three Treloar's students returned for the second year to Alton Sports Centre, where Mike Fletcher of High Sports met them and kitted Eoin, Amy and Lia out in safety harnesses.

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Feb 26

School Regional Boccia Competition

On Tuesday 24 February three Boccia teams headed over to Kent for the school regional Boccia Competition. The standard of Boccia was really high and all of our teams played well. Lucy and Andre took part in the Pan Disability section of the competition and played really well but did not get past the group stage.

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Feb 16

Treloar’s Pancake Race 2015

10th February 2015, The Pancake Race is on, oh yeah! Jenny Judge was a very charismatic and enthusiastic MC running the show. But the star of the show was Jon Colville with his Chelsea apron and checked flag. The judges were in place with Miss Dignum (acting head of Treloar) as head judge and Mr A pointing out all the scientific errors.

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Feb 13

Treloar’s makes shapes in pureed food

A number of Treloar’s students cannot eat food unless it has been pureed. Unfortunately when food is pureed it generally does not keep its original shape or texture which can make it look unappealing.

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