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Therapies

For some children with learning or behavioural difficulties, being able to see a therapist or psychologist straight away can make all the difference to their welfare and happiness.

That’s what makes St Piers so special. Unlike a maintained state school, we have a range of therapy services available on site - from educational, clinical and occupational therapy, to speech and language therapy, physiotherapy and play services.

Here, children who are distressed, feeling unwell or just need a bit of one-on-one time can often be seen within minutes, rather than having to wait hours (or even days) for an appointment.

Better still, because we share care plans between our residential, education and therapy teams, we know exactly who to refer pupils to when they need assistance. As a result, we can offer a much more tailored level of care, and vastly improve the lives of our pupils in the process.

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To find out more about our therapy services, or to talk to a health care professional about the needs of your child, call admissions on 01342 831348 or Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Quote Icon St. Piers exceeds all expectations. My daughter is the happiest, most supported and least agitated she has ever been in her entire life! I feel incredibly proud of all of her achievements since she has been at the school; but do not under estimate for a moment, the sheer amount of hard work, dedication and care that has gone into enabling my lovely lady to flourish as she has, both educationally and socially. Thank-you so very much for enriching both her and her families lives…St. Piers Rocks!!
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