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St Piers School local offer

The local offer has now come into effect and we will continue to evolve and make our local offer as helpful as possible for parents, carers, local authorities and all interested parties to allow them to understand the breadth of the services that are offered at Young Epilepsy.

Our unique blend of services are designed to provide wide reaching support for young people with epilepsy, ASD and other associated neurological conditions and learning difficulties and disabilities.

The unique range of facilities has been developed to meet the wide range of educational, care, health and therapeutic needs of our students.

We work closely with local authorities who refer students to share a clear picture of these services with a view to informing the complex choices the students and their families have to make in selecting the most suitable provision to meet their particular needs.

Local authorities

Local authorities and other services will set out a local offer of all services available to support children who are disabled or who have SEN and their families.

These documents focus on the services provided by St Piers School and St Piers College, the specialist school and college operated by Young Epilepsy and based at its headquarters in Lingfield, Surrey.

Learn more

If you have any questions or would like to know more about St Piers School, please call our Education Liaison Team on 01342 831348 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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