"The curriculum is designed around each pupil to match their starting point at the school". OFSTED report, January 2018
Enabling education, acknowledging success
At Treloar's, we educate, care for and support young people in partnership with many others. Above all we care passionately about our students' welfare and future plans. As part of this process, we keep in regular contact with parents and carers.
Parents and carers play an important role in helping children achieve their goals. At Treloar's we involve them as much as possible. Good communication is vital in supporting young people in education, and we regularly keep parents informed of developments concerning their sons and daughters.
Opportunities for review include:
- Annual Review meetings
- Parents' Days: an opportunity to discuss progress with the multi-disciplinary team
- Updated Individual Education Plans (IEPs), available for parents to view via the Parent Portal.
- Student reports, which are sent home once a year before the Annual Review meeting
To ensuring involvement we have:
- Home-School communication books for both education and care
- Parents' Forum
- Home-School Agreement
Staff are happy to hold more specific meetings if there is a particular need or change of circumstances. This is often done in collaboration with the multi-disciplinary team that supports the student: education, care, residential, therapy and medical.
Enabling education by integrating care
Whatever a student’s disability our priority is to help them make the most of their time at the School. Providing excellent medical facilities and enabling students through adaptive technology allow them to participate as fully as possible in their education and social activities.
We have a parental area on our website which provides news, diary, policies etc, through which you can follow the activities at school. In addition, we have a parent portal which provides secure password protection access to your student's personal records.