We have some magnificent facilities at the Campus, which is built on a green field site of over 200 hectares. Originally designated as a community facility, the Campus is in close proximity to a church, a dentist and a health centre. The Stantonbury Arts and Leisure charitable Trust (SALT) runs the leisure centre and theatre which has hosted a vast array of professional and community productions. Our athletics stadium is the home of Marshall Milton Keynes Athletics Club (home club to Olympic medallist, Greg Rutherford).
We like to view the campus as a village – a set of small communities that help students to feel at home in a large and diverse site which comprises:
- Specialist teaching areas for each faculty: English, maths, science, Art & Design technology, modern foreign languages, humanities, social sciences, computing and enterprise.
- Dedicated Year group bases
- A music centre including music/film recording and editing suites.
- Support for attendance, health and well-being and personalised learning through our Aspire Centre
- An Inclusion Centre for students with SEND
- Welcome Centre to support EAL students and students joining the school mid-year.
- The Progress Centre, offering one-to-one tuition and counselling services.
- Outstanding sports facilities including athletics stadium, swimming pool, astroturf, tennis and badminton courts, a gym and playing fields for outdoor sports.
- Fully equipped theatre, art gallery, dance and drama studios
- Library and private study facilities for the main school and the Sixth Form.
- A separate sixth form centre with its own study facilities and café.
- Several ICT suites.
We are delighted to have secured a substantial government grant to develop exciting new facilities for STEM provision (Science, Technology, Engineering and mathematics), to be by 2020 and we are active participants in the Stantonbury Parish Neighbourhood Plan.