We help our students to achieve their full potential—independently, socially and academically. At the same time, we help them become more self-assured so they can make realistic and achievable choices about their future—getting a job, further studies or living more independently. The independence curriculum at Treloar’s is highly personalised to meet the needs of individual students and their intended progression route when they leave Treloar’s. It covers the development of their communication skills, independent living skills, accessing the community, leisure activities and transport skills.
It helps our students gain a better understanding of how to manage and promote their own health, physical and emotional well-being and personal safety. In their preparation for adulthood, the curriculum considers all aspects of this agenda offering a focus on how our students can become economically and socially active as possible.