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Specialist subjects

At St Piers, our number one goal is to see children grow into happy, healthy individuals. That’s why we think it’s absolutely essential that all pupils – regardless of their ability – get involved in creative arts and physical education

The benefits to children are enormous. Their confidence grows, they learn to interact with others – and they learn to express themselves. These skills are vital.

We believe no school other than ours is able to dedicate so much time and effort to these special subjects. What makes us so special is the range of facilities we have at St Piers, and the highly skilled and dedicated teachers that we are lucky enough to have.

We receive fantastic feedback from our parents and carers about the positive impact creativity and physical play has on children, and how it improves their outlook and confidence.

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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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