The Howe Outdoor Gym and Games Area, was officially opened by Lady Howe in September, in honour of Lord Howe who was the Life President of Young Epilepsy, and dedicated over 40 years to the charity.
St Piers School has recently been awarded the British Council’s prestigious International School Award 2016-2019 in recognition of its work to bring the world into the classroom.
From speaking with parents, we understand that we must improve our communication with parents when a day students changes medication.
St Piers school has just recently been awarded the Youth Sport Trust Quality Mark at Gold level. This is a nationally recognised kite mark for PE and school sport which is aligned to Ofsted guidance.
The Young Epilepsy teams successfully completed their 3 lakes Challenge, and in the process raised £3500 (So far) towards the purchase of a Wheelyboat. This is a wheelchair accessible boat, which will allow our wheelchair-bound students to access our watersports programme.
Staff at Young Epilepsy St Piers School and College are raising funds for a wheelchair accessible boat for students on campus.
St Piers School students along with thousands of students across the country have begun the Tenner Challenge. The aim is for the students to turn a £10 investment into profit in just four weeks.
The Wheelyboat Trust and Young Epilepsy are to host a ‘Swim the Lake’ challenge at the local Weir Wood Reservoir near to Young Epilepsy’s campus.
St. Piers School is part of Young Epilepsy. Young Epilepsy is the operating name of The National Centre for Young People with Epilepsy (NCYPE)