A future-focused curriculum offer, emphasising and rooted in the Preparation for Adulthood EHCP framework, is adopted throughout Secondary to ensure that each student is given maximum opportunity to develop key life and independence skills throughout the phase, preparing them consistently for the next steps in their life within and beyond school. Each student is supported to access appropriate, meaningful accreditations, which best suit their individual needs, and goals. The accreditation offer is adapted to the strengths and needs of each student.
A significant proportion of our students go on to further education, either directly or via our Post-16 provision. There is a continued emphasis on building confidence, developing skills and extending their independence within a controlled and supported environment.
Our experienced multi-disciplinary teams adopt a child-centred approach to identify the requirements of individuals. On site therapists and medical staff allow our students to focus on their educational offer with minimum disruption.
Ensuring that your child’s emotional needs are met is as important as their physical requirements and our team works closely together to ensure that the right support is always available. Being away from home is a big challenge. We strive to create an environment that reassures and cherishes young people who are away from their families.
Because of their disabilities, some students may require assistance with intimate physical care. Our training is of the highest standard and the utmost pains are taken to respect students’ dignity, privacy and self-esteem at all times.
Students at Treloar’s have a range of complex health needs. Our priority is to enable our students to access education with minimal disruption, and we believe early support can make a big difference to long term health. We have a large team of nurses, health care assistants and dietitians, and work closely with our colleagues in the therapy departments, as well as GPs and specialists externally. We work with parents and students to assess and plan care. Students have a named nurse (or two) and a named dietitian, so students and families always know who to contact.
As far as possible we will follow the term dates as advertised by Hampshire County Council. However, please do check as training days and return to residential houses are altered to best meet the needs of our students.
Progress and Transition
All students are allocated a Progress and Transition Coordinator (PTC) who work with the student and the Multi-Disciplinary Team. They monitor progress towards targets.The focus at this stage is to make sure they are placed appropriately, have appropriate EHCP outcomes set and measured and to ensure families are supported in the best way possible. Progress and Transition Coordinator’s are the key point of contact for families and external stakeholders.
The best way to see what we do is to come and visit us and meet our students and staff. We have Open Days scheduled throughout the year which provide the opportunity to have a tour around our site and meet with some of our specialist teams.
For any questions you have about our application process, to arrange a visit or speak with a member of the admissions team, please contact admissions on 01420 547747 or email email@example.com.