St Piers Farm is a much loved part of Young Epilepsy, supporting students as one of a range of different types of sensory activities we provide on campus. Our students enjoy getting to learn new skills such as, animal care, welfare and nutrition.
St Piers College has worked closely with the local fair-trade group in Lingfield and this year, the group celebrates its 20th year.
Claire Lawrence’s class had an exciting trip to The Hawth Theatre on Tuesday 4 March 2014 as part of their Community Education course.
Five students from the sensory group have been participating in work experience at the church of St Peter and St Paul in Lingfield since the start of the year.
Since September 2013 Young Epilepsy have been working in partnership with Surrey EmployAbility. Six students were chosen to undertake two days per week work experience trying different job roles at East Surrey Hospital
The Christmas Review was a tremendous success with many groups of students and individuals taking part in out version of the X factor.
We are pleased to let you know that we are holding an intensive interaction workshop on Friday 25 October, 10am - 12pm, specifically designed for parents and carers to connect with pre-verbal young people who have severe learning disabilities.
The Duke of Edinburgh Awards began in September 2013, we have enlisted 8 students from across the college to participate this in very exciting award.
We've listened to feedback about improving the way that parents let us know if day students need new medication.
We are running a photo competition for St Piers College students to support the Walk to College Week campaign in association with Living Streets.
St. Piers College is part of Young Epilepsy. Young Epilepsy is the operating name of The National Centre for Young People with Epilepsy (NCYPE)