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St Piers School & College

St Piers School & College is an innovative and creative provision for children and young adults with special educational needs and disabilities. We put students at the heart of the learning experience, providing an environment where everyone can progress and gain new skills.

Life at St Piers isn’t just about classroom learning. We help each learner to build their imaginative power, confidence and independence, giving them every opportunity to fulfil their potential. We offer outdoor activities to promote a healthy lifestyle and our Imaginarium provides a space for creative flair and immersive sensory experiences.

From the moment students arrive at St Piers, they are supported to progress as learners and as unique individuals. Putting young people at the centre of everything we do, our expert team will help develop cognition and learning, communication, social skills and independence.

St Piers School is for children and young people aged 5-19 (primary, secondary, and sixth form) and St Piers College is for young adults aged 19-25.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Admissions Team
01342 831348

Where to go

St Piers School & College
Young Epilepsy
St. Piers Lane

Other Details

Referral required?

St Piers School & Colleger offers day and residential placements. 

Autism, Behaviour and learning, Behavioural, emotional and social development, Learning difficulty,

Local Offer

Local Offer Disabilities
Learning difficulty
Behavioural, emotional and social development
Behaviour and learning


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