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Winter poem written by St Piers student

We've really enjoyed the recent snowy weather and its inspired one of our students to write a short poem about it.

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Visiting musicians to St Piers School

St Piers School were incredibly lucky to have a visit from a band called ‘City Bells’, an amazing band made up of four saxophonists.

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St Piers student playing football at Chelsea!

Greg has always loved all sport but particularly football and Manchester United. Football training started on a Monday night in the sports hall at school last term with a professional coach and Greg was determined he must attend!

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Birds of a feather, flock together

Young Epilepsy St Piers College and School students were the lucky audience of Wings of Freedom, a bird of prey and owl rescue and rehabilitation centre that visits people with disabilities and special needs.

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Feedback from parents

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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