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Press Releases from Treloar Disabled School and College (7 total)

The Countess Of Wessex Officially Opens New Disabled Education Campus In Hampshi …

The Treloar’s Trust in Hampshire was delighted to welcome HRH the Countess of Wessex GCVO to open their new Holybourne campus. It was a very proud moment for the trust as it was the result of five years of planning and hard work finally all coming together to bring together the Treloar’s school and college together on one site. The Countess of Wessex is the royal patron of Treloar’s and the

Treloar’s students achieve Boccia Success

Past and present students of Treloar’s school and college achieved great results at the South East regional Boccia Championships. Treloar’s school in Hampshire is once more celebrating its sporting achievements after the school performed extremely well in the annual Boccia England South East Regional Boccia championships over the weekend of the 28th and 29th January 2012 in Woking. Boccia is a recreational sport that was originally designed for people with

Paralympic Footballer Inspires Treloar’s School Students

Students at Treloar’s School for physically disabled children were thrilled to welcome record-breaking Paralympic footballer Matt Dimbylow to the Holybourne campus earlier this month. Matt, who was joined in activities by Treloar’s member of staff and Paralympic hopeful, Martin Sinclair, delivered an inspiring talk to School students. He told the audience how he ended up competing in the Paralympics: “Four years ago I sustained an injury while I was playing football. The bang

Treloars Students honoured at leavers' ceremony

Sporting and soap superstars this week paid tribute to the hard work of Treloar School students. Treloar school and college provides education fro physically disabled children and young people, at its site in Hampshire in the UK. Treloar School leavers’ presentation on Friday 2 December saw Paralympian boccia player, Nigel Murray, give an inspiring speech to current and former students, before presenting certificates to School leavers. And a video message from footballing

Captain Treloar's Launches 'Rickshaw Challenge' Fundraiser for Treloar's Disable …

Treloar’s Disabled School and College hosts a new fundraising event with the ‘Rickshaw Challenge', which takes place on the evening of 22nd September 2011 at Leadenhall Market, London. Captain Treloar’s made his debut appearance in London for the launch of Treloar’s brand new fundraising campaign – the superhero themed ‘Rickshaw Challenge’. Navigating their way along one of three routes through the City, entrants must keep their eyes firmly on the prize;

Treloar's Disabled College Receives Visit from Under-Secretary of State for Scho …

Students at Treloar’s gave a very warm welcome earlier this month to Lord Hill, the current Under-Secretary of State for Schools, when he visited Treloar’s at Holybourne. On his visit, Lord Hill was met by Treloar’s Principal Amanda Quincey - who showed him the range of innovative services, which included Treloar’s Direct and the Trailblazer; which is the UK's first mobile therapy and assessment service. The Trailblazer visits disabled students at

Top marks for 'outstanding' Treloar's School and College

AN education inspector has delivered more outstanding feedback to Treloar School, based in Alton – Hampshire, a school for young people with complex disabilities and learn difficulties. During a recent two-day visit to the School, an inspector from education body Ofsted was impressed with the teaching delivered to the students across a range of subjects that relate to business and economic education. Treloar’s was selected to be involved in a ‘subject survey

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