Friday, 24 September 2010

Support a Half Marathon Fundraiser

Running the 13.1 miles of the Sony Ericsson Run to the Beat Half Marathon 2010 on Saturday is Alice Marshall, who is fundraising to support Treloars. You can donate online using her Just Giving page.

Alice is just one of the many supporters and fundraisers who do so much to help our work at Treloars. Find out how you can help too at Treloar's Fundraising.

Wednesday, 30 June 2010

Fern Britton visits Treloars

Recently Treloar’s was thrilled to welcome TV presenter Fern Britton to the School and College. Taking time out of her busy schedule, Fern Britton dropped in on a number of classes at the School including a unique music lesson with students playing keyboards and drums. Fern then moved to the College for a sumptuous three-course lunch, prepared by College students and served in the Domestic Independence flat.

In the afternoon the day’s programme continued with a visit to the Assistive Technology, Speech and Language departments and TEPS - Treloar’s Enterprise Printing Solutions, where Fern was presented with a picture specially produced by a student to commemorate her visit.

Fern really enjoyed her visit and said: “it was fantastic to see the wonderful work Treloar’s does and to meet so many of the staff and students.”

Friday, 28 May 2010

Treloar’s Direct meets the Rugby Football Union

The Rugby Football Union (RFU) Injured Players Foundation recently benefited from Treloar’s Direct, the UK's first mobile assessment and therapy service for disabled people when it was based at Salisbury Rugby Club.

Saturday, 15 May 2010

Treloar’s Announces Unique Fundraising Initiative

James Booth of Rococo Chocolates is undertaking an ambitious journey to raise money for Treloar’s, the groundbreaking School and College for students with disabilities.

Travelling from John O’Groats to Lands End in a Piaggio APE 50cc three wheeler, James will cover a daunting 874 miles in under a week. He hopes to raise an impressive £50,000 for Treloar’s and the charities WaterAid and Sense.

Tuesday, 20 April 2010

Treloar’s School and College Announces New Principal

Treloar Trust, the groundbreaking School and College for students with disabilities, today announced the appointment of Amanda Quincey as Principal.

Amanda succeeds Pat Teague who is retiring as Principal after four years. Amanda joins Treloar’s from the National Centre for Young People with Epilepsy (NCYPE) where she was Executive Director and Further Education College Principal.

Monday, 12 April 2010

Treloar’s Launches FlexiOptions to Support Local Authorities

Earlier Intervention Critical To Address Needs of 1.5 Million Young People with SEN, According to Treloar School and College for Physically Disabled.

Treloar's, the groundbreaking School and College for students with disabilities, has called for earlier intervention and improved ongoing assessment processes to meet the complex needs of children and young people with special educational needs (SEN).

Tuesday, 11 August 2009

Treloar's Now Featured on

Treloar's school and college is now featured on and is supporting a new website called, which is a free ads site for buying and selling second hand disability equipment.

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