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Safety and welfare

Preparing students for life after college means allowing them a certain amount of freedom – both on campus and out in the local community. Their safety, however, remains paramount.

At St Piers College, all members of staff share responsibility for keeping young adults safe and secure in everything they do.

We have a robust safeguarding procedure in place and staff here are trained to identify and report any safety or welfare concerns they may have.

Feedback from parents

Quote Icon My son is a changed person. He never wanted to engage with staff or his peers, often he was non compliant and would not interact in social activities or undertake tasks. He is now so much more proactive, he has learnt home skills where he undertakes tasks using his own initiative either with minimum prompting or totally unsupported.
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  St. Piers College 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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