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Residential Care at St Piers


St Piers residential care provides a safe, homely environment for children and young people who are residential with us whilst attending St Piers School. Residential options include weekly and termly boarding for 39 weeks per year during term time.

We ensure our experienced staff are matched to each home according to their skill base, knowledge and experience of the children and young people’s individual needs. Our education, health and residential teams work closely together, to make sure that each child has continuous care throughout the waking day, making sure there is a joined-up approach to meeting EHCP targets, objective and outcomes.

We take a person-centred approach, which means we work with each student to make sure they receive consistency of care according to their individual development needs, skills and abilities, personal tastes, cultural and religious background.

Each child has their own room which they are encouraged to personalise and decorate. This means they can enjoy personal space in a safe environment, whilst at other times enjoying the other various lounges and social areas with their peers. Each home has a small garden to relax or play in.

Children can stay at the residential special school on a weekly or term-time basis over the 39 weeks of St Piers School year.


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