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Activities and enrichment

It’s really important to us that as well as gaining qualifications, students at St Piers develop skills that allow them to live full, happy lives as young adults.

That’s why we offer a flexible range of qualifications, from Entry Level to Level 1. These are currently accredited by Edexcel, OCR and Asdan and can be taken as awards, certificates or diplomas, depending on the abilities of each student.

We’ve also got loads of fun clubs to join, like football, zumba, yoga, disco, internet, youth club and arts and crafts. There’s even a fairness and respect club.

Off site visits

To help familiarise students with life outside of our beautiful campus, we try to include off-site visits and ‘treats’ as much as possible. These include:

  • Outings to film and theatre productions
    Students had a fantastic time at Wicked in London’s West End recently, and watched the filming of ITV1’s The Cube featuring Olympic athlete and Young Epilepsy supporter, Dai Greene.
  • Visits to pubs and restaurants
    This helps students get used to social surroundings, as well as do things like order and pay for meals.
  • Sporting events
    On behalf of defender and Young Epilepsy ambassador Leon Legge, a handful of lucky students acted as mascots at his football club.
  • Community visits
    Students are encouraged to use as many community facilities and participate in community activities as much as possible as part of their timetable.

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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.
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