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Life skills

Students develop important practical independent living skills that help them to achieve their long term goals. This includes personal and social development, relationships, employability, travel training skills and self sufficiency.

The young people at St Piers College learn how to keep themselves safe, undertake general household tasks, travelling in the community, visiting a range of supported living establishments, preparing for work such as interview skills, CV writing and finding jobs.

They learn how to meet new people, form relationships and access the community.

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Quote Icon I have undertaken work experience in shops, I have gained a lot of independence, especially in caring for myself. I can travel on my own and I have learned how to communicate with people, I am more confident.
St Piers College student

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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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