The PE team once again held the annual St Piers school activity week. The event coincided with national school sports week where schools across the country were encouraging students to be active and try new sports.
We are running a photo competition for St Piers School students, to support the Walk to School Week.
As Spring has finally sprung, we hope to put a spring in everyone’s step!
Class 13’s undertook a mini enterprise fundraising project making soaps and chocolates as part of our joint decoration and design and emergency services topics this term.
Everyone in school had the most amazing experience last Thursday when creative arts arranged for a professional film crew to come in and make a music video of their ‘Red Nose Compose’ song. There were 19 film crew, including a Director, Assistant Director, Producer, several Camera Operators and a make-up artist. Everybody gave their time and expertise for free and many companies contributed by lending fantastic cameras and lighting equipment.
St Piers School has been granted Healthy School Status following a detailed assessment of its approach to promoting a healthy lifestyle.
Students from Young Epilepsy’s St Piers School had great fun on Thursday 7 March when the Creative Arts team worked with a professional film crew to produce a very special music video called ‘Red Nose Compose’.
World Book Week (4-8 March 2013) aims to be the 'biggest book show on earth' and St Piers School has embraced it with the popular and contemporary theme of James Bond.
Young Epilepsy has its very own Signalong manual, thanks to a generous donation from education technology specialist JISC.
On Tuesday 12 February a group of students from St Piers School visited Canterbury Christ Church University to talk about their plans for the future.
St. Piers School is part of Young Epilepsy. Young Epilepsy is the operating name of The National Centre for Young People with Epilepsy (NCYPE)