Young Epilepsy Education Governing Body
The National Centre for Young People with Epilepsy is a registered charity, operating under the name of Young Epilepsy. It is a national charity with over 100 years’ experience and the only one working exclusively on behalf of children and young people with epilepsy. Its campus in Lingfield, Surrey includes St Piers School, a non-maintained special school for pupils aged five to 19, and St Piers College, an independent specialist further education college for young adults aged up to 25. The Education Governing Body is tasked with supporting the Young Epilepsy Trust Board in delivering the education services at Young Epilepsy and overseeing the provision of those services.
Young Epilepsy is the national charity working exclusively for the 112,000 children and young people aged 25 and under with epilepsy and associated conditions. Our specialist services include a school, college and residential services providing education and healthcare in Lingfield, Surrey. The charity also provides a range of support and information for parents, young people and training for professionals. It campaigns for better access to, and quality of, health and education services, and to raise awareness and increase understanding of epilepsy.
The Young Epilepsy Trust Board is responsible for ensuring the charity has a clear set of goals and that action to achieve those goals is being taken as well as ensuring the organisation meets its legal and financial obligations. The Young Epilepsy Education Governing Body supports the Trust Board in overseeing the provision of education services.
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