Another ‘Outstanding’ Result for Treloar’s
March 26, 2019 / 8:57 am
Ofsted has once again rated Treloar School’s residential provision as “Outstanding” in all areas of its recent inspection. This continues the ‘Outstanding’ rating across the board for Treloar’s – for the quality of education in the School and College and a CQC rating of Outstanding for its care and residential provision.
In the latest report inspectors, who spent three days at the School at the beginning of February observing provision and collecting the views of students, staff and parents, were impressed that:
“Students and their families receive an exceptional, inspirational service from a dedicated, multi-disciplinary staff group and management. The voice of the students is apparent in every aspect of the school. Students make meaningful contributions that are heard and listened to.”
“Students are offered a wide variety of exciting and enriching activities, which provide challenge while developing resilience, self-confidence and a sense of achievement and joy.” One of the students is quoted in the report: “Before I came here, I only expected able-bodied people to be able to do those things. I surpassed the barrier and I have officially stepped out of my comfort zone.”
Treloar’s Principal Martin Ingram is proud to be awarded the Outstanding grade, “I am delighted that OFSTED has recognised the hard work and expertise of our staff and the determination and talent of our students. The nature of the support that we provide and the criteria that OFSTED use may change, but the commitment of everyone at Treloar’s to be the very best that we can be, is as strong as ever.