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Oct 15

Class 10B visit Bordon Garrison

On 7 October Class 10B, who are all GCSE level students, visited the REME Museum at the Bordon Garrison and then stayed on for lunch.

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Oct 14

Friends of Treloar's Christmas Tea Fair

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Oct 7

HRH The Earl of Wessex visits Wetwheels and meets Treloar's staff and student

On Monday 29 September 2014 Zoe, Helen and Dan were kindly invited to join Wetwheels for their visit from HRH The Earl of Wessex. It was a fantastic opportunity to support Wetwheels, a charity that many of our students have benefited from, and also a wonderful experience to meet Prince Edward!

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Oct 3

SEN Level 5 Training starts 20th October

“This course is a must for practitioners working in the sector” is just some of the feedback from our last SEN Level 5 course.  Next course starts on the 20th October. 

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Oct 2

Interested in running the London Marathon?

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Sep 22

Sailing on Frensham Pond with Frensham Sailability

On Thursday 18 September Lia from the School and Hugh from the College went to Frensham Pond to join Frensham Sailability for a taster session. Lia and Hugh sailed with a qualified 'buddy' in small dingy boats and were able to get involved fully with all aspects of sailing.

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Sep 18

Summer holidays a busy time at Treloar's this year

This summer holidays are normally a hectic time for parents with their children at home and a quiet time for Treloar’s. However, this summer saw our campus being used for holiday activities, swimming lessons, an exhibition, a large residential let, a song writing course and a fundraising concert where two of our students performed (photograph of them in the piazza). Part of the role of our Business Development department is to increase the use of our facilities outside of term time and this summer has shown the diversity of the increased usage of campus.

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Sep 18

Treloar College students gain exam success

Treloar College is celebrating the fantastic news of its student’s exam results. Students passed qualifications in a variety of subjects including Photography, Art & Design, Business & Administration and several in Life Skill based subjects. All students did well and the results reflected an increase in achievement from last year and a continued 100% retention. At Treloar School three students had excellent results in their PE GCSEs.

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Sep 17

Volunteer this term at Treloar’s!

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Sep 11

Nimmo

Nimmo spent two years training to be a guide dog, but in the end he was thought to be too ‘chilled out’ to make it as a fully fledged working guide dog. We are so pleased that he didn’t pass the final test, as Nimmo has now been allocated by Guide Dogs to Treloar School to be a buddy dog. His relaxed and patient temperament makes him perfect for working with our students, and it is good he is really quite a big dog, because it means more students will be able to reach him to stroke him. He is a cross between a golden retriever and a German Shepherd and really is a beautiful, calm dog. The highlight of his day at school is his lunchtime walk – he particularly likes it if he meets another dog to play with. Nimmo is on a diet and so he isn’t allowed any treats to make sure he stays fit and healthy. We have lots of ideas as to how we will use him to support students in the long term, especially as a means to motivate students and promote a sense of well being. In the short term, Nimmo is settling in to life at Treloar’s with a modified timetable, basing only in Music with Sue Lad as his special friend.

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