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St Piers College, Young Epilepsy

We are an Ofsted outstanding specialist school and college where young adults with special educational needs and disabilities can reach their full potential.
Students make the most of our farm and horticulture centre; here is a student developing his garden machinery skills.
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St Piers College, Young Epilepsy
St Piers Lane
  • Course Length (weeks):
  • Residential or Day:
    Residential and day
  • Start Time:
  • Maximum Number of Students:
  • Age Range:
    19 – 25


General Description

We are an innovative and creative college for young adults age 19 to 25 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 them 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 College, they are supported to progress as learners and as a unique individuals.

Putting young people at the centre of everything we do, our expert team will help develop social skills and independence. We will work with our learners to identify what gives their life purpose and meaning and then help them become the very best version of themselves!

Catchment Area

Day Placements: Within a 1hr radius of the campus

Residential Placements: Southern England


Accredited Learning

The college offers a range of qualifications at Entry Level to Level 1, currently accredited by Edexcel, OCR and Laser. These may be undertaken as Awards, Certificates and/or Diplomas and are reviewed annually to ensure that the qualifications meet the needs of the learner.

Functional Skills
Functional skills [maths, English and communication and ICT], are embedded in all timetabled activities and delivered via specific subject teaching, both accredited and non-accredited, according to learners' needs.

Employability/Work Experience
All learners can access work experience, either on or off campus, matched to learner needs and aspirations.

Our students follow one of three Learner Journeys: Learning for Life, Skills for Life or Specialist Skills: please request a prospectus to learn more. 

Specialist Facilities

Located in Lingfield, East Surrey, just 30 miles from Central London and under an hour by train to London Victoria, the campus benefits from a countryside location with
easy access to local towns and cities. The campus provides a variety of interactive and inclusive environments, both indoors and out, which support the pursuit of ambitions and aspirations through a whole range of exciting and creative spaces.

Whatever a student’s individual needs, we will have a learning environment that’s right for them. At St Piers, they will find a place where they can safely and confidently develop their skills, academic understanding, imagination and creativity. To support their learning experiences, students will have access to:

  • Multi-skills workshop
  • Working farm and horticulture
  • Vocational Skills Hub, including a tea room, fleece to fibre room, textiles and multi-skills area
  • Supported internships
  • Community link projects
  • Sensory conservation area and footpaths in our own ancient woodland forest
  • Radio station and state-of-the-art multi-media suite for recording music and films
  • Music, dance, and drama
  • Swimming pool
  • Sports hall

Students at St Piers College have access to our exceptional medical centre, based here on campus. In addition to providing 24-hour care, we work with some of the world’s best epilepsy and neurology experts. Our highly trained and approachable nursing and therapy staff will listen and discuss students’ health needs, build an individualised health programme with them and train staff working with them so we are able to meet all aspects of their needs.


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Students make the most of our farm and horticulture centre; here is a student developing his garden machinery skills.
Our students love taking part in work experience in our Healthy Tea Room on campus; here is a student taking an order from the Assistant Principal.
At St Piers, we love celebrating achievements, no matter how big or small! (Student punching the air in celebration).
A student up-cycling furniture in our on-site workshop.

Prospectus Request

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