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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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Feb 12

Treloar's at Buckingham Palace

Earlier this week staff members Tony Reid, Karen Sanderson and Anne Edward as well as former student and Paralympic athlete Ben Rushgrove attended a reception at Buckingham Palace given by the Queen to honour the organisations supported by The Earl and Countess of Wessex. It was also a reception to mark their fiftieth birthdays.

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Feb 10

Regional Gala Southampton – February 2015

Three Treloar’s swimmers, Paul, Lia and Ella, took part in this high level competition. There were no medals to be won at this event; instead swimmers who are classified have to try and qualify for the National event later in the year and swimmers not classified try to swim their best time.

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Feb 5

FutureFest - 13 February 2015

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Feb 3

Snow: Love it or Hate it

Tuesday 3rd February 2015, Treloars has got snow!! Waking up this morning and coming out of the house to see there is snow everywhere and for the first time in 3 months I have got my favourite blanket on. Facilities have cleared the paths so my route to breakfast is all clear. I have asked members of staff about their journeys into work this morning and one member of staff said her ‘journey was frightening!’ What will be next? Members of staff got their walking boots on and made their way into work today, one member of staff said it was ‘dark, cold and very windy’. I have spoken to one student and he said ‘I like the snow because it’s nice’, so it’s all a mixed reaction here! After looking on the internet today it shows the temperature was 2’c. I’m sure some students are enjoying the snow and having lots of fun playing snowball fights. Some students have been making the most of the snow and taking photos for college.

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Feb 2

The Bishop of Basingstoke’s visit to Treloar School

The Right Reverend David Williams, Suffragen Bishop of Basingstoke, visited Treloar School on Tuesday 27 January. Prior to his being ordained four months ago, the Right Reverend Williams was Vicar and Honorary Canon at Christ Church Winchester. He grew up in Uganda and was deputy head of a village secondary school in east Kenya.

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Jan 22

Treloar's students make upcoming Burns Night event something special

Treloar’s students are lending a hand and getting involved in our upcoming Burns Night Celebrations this Saturday. Wendy Jones’ class has prepared traditional Scottish tablet for our guests to enjoy on the night or take home with them in a gift box.  Abdullah from TreloarPrint has designed and printed special labels to personalise the gift box for our guests. Owen has extended his well-loved OMJ range and created a Burns Night limited edition trio of delicious delights which includes orange and lemon marmalade.  And finally Chris Hehir’s horticultural class had have helped out too by lending a green hand and creating beautiful individual place settings made from Scottish heather, rosemary and other plant pieces.

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Jan 14

Treloar College textile students pack gift bags for Winchester Night Shelter

This past December Treloar College textile students packed gift bags for Winchester Night Shelter. There were 6 women’s gift bags and 20 men’s gift bags containing a hat, gloves, socks, scarf, diary and a pen. The students had also made extra hats and scarves for the guests and bought various items of food. Staff at Treloars also donated warm coats and clothing.

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