As well as fully-equipped general teaching rooms, the school has specialist areas, including science laboratories, a language laboratory equipped with computers and satellite television, and buildings for art, music and sport. The three IT rooms form the hub of the school’s network which extends into all teaching and administrative areas.
Two of the school’s boarding houses are in the Abbey building. A fine gothic structure of architectural and historic interest, it was rebuilt in 1798 by James Wyatt for the first Lord Carrington.
The grounds are home to a wide variety of wildlife, including deer, badgers and many species of birds. On an early morning walk you may see a roe deer on the path or a buzzard flying overhead.