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Treloar's has achieved the Hampshire Healthy Schools Award for the third time. It is a great achievement by all areas and is something we can all justifiably be proud of as we seek to provide the outstanding service for which we are known and demonstrates our commitment toward the ongoing health and well-being of all of our students and staff.
The Healthy Schools Award states: “A healthy school promotes physical and emotional health by providing accessible and relevant information and equips pupils and staff with the understanding, skills and attitudes to make informed decisions about their health. Pupils flourish in a positive environment and are given a voice to influence whole-school decisions. A healthy school understands the importance of investing in health to help pupils do their best, raise levels of achievement, improve standards and develop policies and practices to promote health.”
In order to achieve the Award, we needed to complete a nine section Whole School Review in which we demonstrated our commitment to improve welfare for students and staff across four themes:
Personal, Social and Health Education;
Healthy Eating;
Physical Activity; and
Emotional Health and Wellbeing.
This review looks at how the leadership of the school drive the four themes; what policies and training we provide to promote them; how we promote and celebrate success; and how we involve everybody in the school community in the decision making process drive towards making our school a healthy and supportive place to be.
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Ian from Alton Food Bank joined our Monday Live earlier this month to receive donations from Treloar's students, staff and parents as part of our Harvest Collection. The Food Bank supplied food and other resources to 800 individuals over the past year.
This year's Collection totalled 147.7kg of food and supplies, nearly double what we collected last year and exceeding our target. More significantly it is enough to keep the Food Bank open for one week of the year.
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Christina Lydon calming and distracting our students today when he come to the Health Centre for their flu vaccine. #musictherapy
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A ‘thank you’ to the Campbell Sports Fund for funding our last water based trip of the year! The picture says it all…
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Another successful Dummer Fair supporting Treloar's.
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School students Sally and Sophie took part in auditions to sing "Walking in the Air" with the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra on December 16th. More than 50 young people were asked to audition so this is an extraordinary achievement and we are very proud of both of them. We found out yesterday that Sophie has been chosen and wish her the best.
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Great visit from Livery representatives today to see the difference their support makes to Treloar's students.
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Treloar's launched its Harvest collection for the Alton Food Bank this past Friday. Each year we try to collect the weight in food of one of our staff members. Last year it was School teacher Chris Butler, this year we are aiming to collect the weight of Director of Fundraising Jon Colville's.

The Food Bank has the following urgently needed items: tinned pies, sponge puddings, pasta sauce and tinned carrots. Items NOT needed include: sanitary products, tinned sardines, baked beans, soup and pasta.

Sainsbury's have kindly donated a shopping trolley for food collection, which is based in the Jowett Centre. Collection dates are 24-28 September.
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Congratulations to staff members Matthew, Alexia and Lamin, our three winners of the 2018 Staff Awards. To find out more, go to www.treloar.org.uk/news-events/news/2018-staff-award-winners/
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Four students from the School’s Open Orchestra and a quintet of Lasham Festival Players recently performed Pachelbel’s Canon in D (played in key of C). Lasham Festival Players and Treloar students rehearsed during the day before performing to the rest of the school, parents and some external visitors.
Open Orchestra has supported students be able to perform on a musical instrument in a meaningful and expressive way. Clarion, the programme the students use, allows students to control pitch, tempo and dynamics as you would on a typical orchestral instrument.
Students had been working on this piece every week and it was wonderful to see everyone collaborating to achieve such a successful performance. Being able to participate in music should have no barriers and this performance demonstrates this.To view the video, go to https://youtu.be/pbtzp0TjOno.
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