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.
On Monday 11th February 2013 the students in school celebrated Chinese New Year through an event in the hall. The students learnt about the traditional ways of celebrating Chinese New Year decorated the hall with Chinese Lanterns, Spring Couplets and Snake themed artwork as 2013 is the Year of the Snake.
We've really enjoyed the recent snowy weather and its inspired one of our students to write a short poem about it.
St Piers School were incredibly lucky to have a visit from a band called ‘City Bells’, an amazing band made up of four saxophonists.
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!
St. Piers School is part of Young Epilepsy. Young Epilepsy is the operating name of The National Centre for Young People with Epilepsy (NCYPE)