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Main school curriculum

Balancing quality of life with academic progression

At St Piers, we deliver a programme based on the National Curriculum that's designed to enhance the quality of life for all pupils - and support their progression to further education or employment, where appropriate.

Our curriculum accommodates the learning styles and communication skills of all pupils using visual and auditory aids and sign language. Most pupils are taught through a combination of one to one teaching and small group teaching with one to one support.

More than just classroom teaching

We promote equal opportunity for all pupils whether on site or out in the community.

Find out about the core curriculum

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To find out more about our main school curriculum, please call admissions on 01342 831348 or email: Mark Collins on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Olya Scott on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

If you require paper copies of the information on the school website please contact 01342 831229 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Feedback from parents

Quote Icon We were so apprehensive to send our son to a residential school but cannot believe the wonderful progress he has made and are so grateful to all the staff. The first time we returned from a term break he could not get out of the car quick enough with the biggest smile which was so reassuring. During his first break at home everyone commented on how much better his behaviour was and he was so much more relaxed himself. Thank-you.
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