Campus & Facilities
Our state-of-the art campus has been designed and built from the ground up to maximise students’ potential for learning. Every element has been carefully specified to contribute to a school environment that is dynamic, engaging and learning-focussed.

Our facilities reflect our aim of providing our pupils with a broad and balanced educational and communal experience, and include:

  • An extremely well-resourced library building
  • Healthy food choices canteen building
  • Double volume air conditioned sports hall
  • Multi-purpose PE studios
  • Temperature-controlled swimming pool
  • Large floodlit sports field
  • Two outdoor tennis courts
  • 400-seat auditorium building
  • Eight science labs
  • Fully equipped ICT, art & design and music studios
  • Extensive shaded walkways throughout the entire campus
  • Well-equipped playground areas


The centralised Library building houses an extensive range of resources in a variety of media and aims to support and encourage the development of student’s information literacy skills. Study space, computers and internet access facilitate research work.

The library subscribes to a range of online resources and periodicals, both general and specialised. The continual introduction of new fiction titles encourages wide reading for pleasure.


The cafeteria will provide healthy food choices for students, with a menu centred around the local, sustainable ingredients and dishes that are tasty, interesting and affordable.

The cafeteria enables students to put into practice the nutrition messages they are being taught in the classroom. This can help positively influence their food choices at school, and home, and when out in the wider community.

The cafeteria aims to:

  • Provide an enjoyable, nutritious and attractively presented selection of food and drinks at reasonable prices
  • Help reduce health risk factors by encouraging the development of good eating habits
  • Provide students with practical experience of making healthy food choices that reinforce classroom lessons
  • Demonstrate high standards of hygiene in relation to the preparation, storage and serving of food

Sports Facilities

To ensure that sports and exercise opportunities are available through the whole year, even in the hot summer months, we offer extensive indoor air-conditioned sports facilities, including a fully-equipped gymnasium and a large double volume sports hall that can be used for a variety of activities, including:

  • Netball
  • Basketball
  • Badminton
  • Volleyball
  • Wall climbing
  • Gymnastics
  • Table tennis
  • Swimming Pool
  • Tennis Courts
  • Football Field

Academic Facilities

The uniquely shaped school auditorium has a seating capacity for 400 people and a centralised stage.

Science Labs
There are eight fully-equipped science laboratories, two for each of the four sciences – chemistry, physics, biology, and general science.

Art & Design Technology
Our purpose-built art and design studios allow students to explore a wide variety of art and design techniques, including printmaking, painting, sculpture and drawing.

Dedicated computer labs using industry standard software as well as a range of 3D printers giving students access to some of the latest industry technology.

Music Studios
Dedicated, custom-designed studio spaces support the teaching of music for the curriculum and will also available to offer additional extra curricular activities through lunch time and after-school clubs.

School Bus Transport

Meeting the Bus
When meeting the bus, students must:

  • Be accompanied by a parent/guardian to and from designated waiting area
  • Arrive at least five minutes before the regular pick up time
  • Not engage in play or other activities that will endanger themselves or their companions while waiting for the bus
  • Board the bus in an orderly manner

Riding the Bus
During the journey, students must:

  • Follow the instructions of the bus driver and bus assistant
  • Sit in their assigned seat, remain seated and wear seat-belts (where fitted) throughout the journey
  • Keep the aisles and walkway clear at all times
  • Support the implementation of a positive behaviour environment

Please note that no change will be made to the bus route without the approval of the RTA and School management

Leaving the Bus
When disembarking, students must:

  • Remain seated until the bus comes to a full stop
  • Get off the bus in an orderly manner
  • Only cross the road at the front of the bus
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