The College has a successful and long-established partnership with our Outstanding local sixth form, HSDC Alton. This partnership is unique in its offer of Level 2 (GCSE) and A Level studies for disabled young people in a mainstream environment. Click here to read more about our partnership pathway in the College.
We have joined The Network of Excellence; Challenge Partners’ largest network of schools. This growing network currently comprises over 400 primary, secondary, post-16, special schools and APs nationally. The Network of Excellence provides all schools within the partnership the opportunity to access information about other Network of Excellence schools, experience good practice face-to-face, and access the expertise of practitioners and external consultants for specific school improvement projects. We are members of the London Hub with 30 other special schools.
Our campus has a range of sports and leisure facilities with full disability access. The following organisations run activities at Treloar’s which are open to the public:
Saturday Disability Swimming
2:30pm-3:30pm. Contact Becky Harrison-Smith 01420 481239
BEE’s Boocia. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07743 311721
Southern All Stars. Email Cassandra.email@example.com
Voluntary organisations including 1Voice, Through the Roof, Tavistock Muscular Dystrophy Society and KEF hire our accommodation to provide residential short breaks.
We work with many businesses who help Treloar’s through volunteering initiatives, sponsorships. gifts in kind and much more. You can find out more here.
We work with over 200 employers who support our students with external work experience. Find out more here.