The school’s buildings are spacious and cope well with the present student population of 945. Much upgrading and modernisation has taken place in recent times particularly in Home Economics, Science, English, French and the Assembly Hall. The PE facility has undergone a refurbishment with new changing rooms, the creation of a staff base, classroom and a complete overhaul of the pool itself. ICT facilities are now available in Art, Social Subjects, Mathematics, English, Modern Languages, Home Economics and the Library. They complement provision in the ‘technological’ subjects including Computing, Business Studies and Graphic Communication.
This houses the Music Department and the Assembly Hall. The Assembly Hall (B) seats 300 and is used for school assemblies, special events and school performances.
This is the main teaching block. It includes 39 classrooms, an extensive library, a senior common room, 5 computer laboratories, and a number of offices used by Management, Guidance and Admin Staff.
This is the practical block. Here are 36 practical rooms for Science, Technical, Home Economics, Business Studies and Art. Three more computer laboratories are housed here in addition to a mini-facility within the Art department and Home Economics Department.
This is the Games Complex with a purpose built games hall (D), gymnasium (E) and large swimming pool (F). In addition, the playing fields include 2 blaes and 2 grass pitches for football, rugby and hockey.
The addition of ramps to doorways together with the presence of a lift means that we can accommodate most forms of physical disadvantage.
(See the attached page for 3D Diagram)