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Low Level Ropes

For many of our pupils, low level ropes (our fun adventure area) is their favourite facility. It’s somewhere they can play together, learn team building skills and generally let off steam.

Mainly used for PE lessons, the area is available to all pupils and consists of a fantastic range of obstacles and challenges including a balance beam, rope bridge and stepping stones.

There’s a serious side to low level ropes – it’s designed to help with gross motor ability, spatial and kinaesthetic awareness, strength and agility, initiative and ingenuity, and responsibility. But predominantly, it’s about having fun!

The adventure area was generously funded and built by a team from Santander bank.

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Quote Icon I feel very fortunate that my son is able to go to St. Piers. He is given every opportunity to become confident and stimulated so that learning is fun. More importantly he is able to express his thoughts and feelings which make him feel he “belongs”, in a world where kids often feel “left out".
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