Art and drama both play an important role in the creative life of the college.

The Art School comprises a suite of rooms incorporating seven studio spaces in all. Two of these spaces are dedicated to Lower School groups, three are used primarily by sixth formers (with A Level students allocated their own work areas) and two are specifically dedicated to Photography and Printmaking / Ceramics. Those students not studying Art (at GSCE or A level) can also access these excellent facilities through clubs or socieities, to make work from a huge range of media including ceramics, painting, drawing photography, origami, jewellery paper making, puppet making, silk painting, batik, textiles and so much more!

Our purpose-built theatre is an excellent venue for small and large drama productions and gives students the experience of commanding a large stage and developing their stage presence. Drama forms part of the Lower School curriculum, with lessons for all Form 3 (Year 9) students and as a GCSE option offered to Form 4/5 (Year 10/11) students.