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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 subjects like 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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Physical education

Additional Provision

Feedback from parents

Quote Icon My grandson has a severe epileptic condition. He has Lennox Gaustaut syndrome and difficult to control seizures. He can have many seizures throughout day and night. He was attending a special needs school but when he became the age of 16-17 years they could not meet his medical needs or physical needs. It was discussed that he would benefit from going to Young Epilepsy. How lucky he is to go there. It is an absolute school of excellence. He does and goes places that I never thought he would do. The heads, the teachers and all professional people are there to give and help with advice, care, and the vast experience of epilepsy. He cooks, swims, canoeing, archery and lots more. He is very happy and so am I. I do not worry about him as I have every confidence in everyone at the Young Epilepsy.

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  St. Piers School is part of Young Epilepsy. Young Epilepsy is the operating name of The National Centre for Young People with Epilepsy (NCYPE)  

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