The recently re-surfaced Catterns Astro provides a multi-functional outdoor space that is utilised for PE lessons, hockey matches and tennis.
The Prince Obolensky Building
The state-of-the-art Prince Obolensky building is a multi-purpose venue with a seating capacity of 800. Pupils use the space regularly for dining, presentations and performances. In addition, external events are hosted here, including exhibitions, conferences, corporate events and celebrations.
Wortley Sixth Form
As the hub of Sixth Form life, the Wortley Sixth Form Centre is equipped with silent working areas, well-stocked library, IT facilities, collaborative working zones, common rooms and its own cafe.
The OT Spinney
There are many rare species of trees and plants within the school grounds and many of these can be found in The OT Spinney. This special area has been named in honour of the Trent College alumni, who are better known as the Old Tridents.
The school community benefits from an onsite Medical Centre, which is staffed throughout the week by two registered nursing sisters.
The Warner Building
The Warner Building is a spacious computing classroom. Built through the combined effort of Trent pupils in the 1920s, this building started life as the school library before being transformed into the contemporary space it is today in 2011.
The Repertory, better known as 'The Rep', is a fully-equipped drama area used for lessons, rehearsals and school productions. The Rep is separated into two black box studios, The Courtyard and The Arden.
The Chapel is the spiritual heart of the school. In addition to frequent chapel services, the impressive space is also used for assemblies and musical performances.
Shuker Boarding House
Shuker is a boys' boarding house for ages 9-18 years. The house features various shared and individual bedrooms, in addition to a number of dedicated work rooms and leisure spaces.
Bates Boarding House
Bates House is home to happy, enthusiastic girls, aged 10 to 18. The family atmosphere and diversity within this house make it a very interesting and exciting place to grow and learn.
Martin Boarding House
Martin House is a vibrant boarding house for Sixth Form girls, aged 16 to 18. The productive and friendly environment provides the 40 boarders who live there with a 'half way house' between school and post-Trent life, where they are supported in achieving their academic goals and becoming more independent.
Blake Boarding House
Blake House is home to 32 boys, aged between 15 and 18. In addition to their private rooms, Blake boys benefit from a cosy communal area and fully equipped kitchen where they can socialise with each other.
Main School Building
Sitting at the centre of Trent College, the Main School building allows easy access to other areas of the school. The offices of the Head and Senior Leadership team are also located here.
The library is a welcoming and supportive place to learn with over 10,000 books for pupils to explore. Open from 8.15am to 5.30pm, students can visit the library before school, during breaks and at lunch to study, read or use the computer facilities.
The Careers & Higher Education Centre is a purpose-built space where a dedicated careers team help pupils to identify and set in motion future ambitions.
The facilities and retractable seating within the May Hall can rival any theatre, making it the ideal performance space for school productions and external hire.
The Music Department supports each pupil as they embark on their unique musical journey, providing dedicated rehearsal rooms, spacious performance areas and an optional private tuition programme.
The Elms Pre-School is a modern space where children learn through a combination of play and structured learning activities. Pre-School provides children with a smooth transition into Reception at The Elms Junior School.
The Elms Nursery is a happy and safe home from home for children from six weeks to 3 years old.
The safe and secure woodland area on campus offers the perfect setting for pupils of all ages to enjoy outdoor learning and explore the great outdoors.
Within the Upper Elms area, there are dedicated classroom hubs which ensure that pupils learn in close proximity to the rest of their year group. Specialist teaching classrooms such as science, modern foreign languages and The Ems Library are also found here.
Pupils from Reception to Year 2 have their own learning area on campus where they can enjoy their lessons in a quiet and calmer environment.
The Catterns building is a base for some of The Elms' specialist subjects, such as music and sport. It also contains dedicated work spaces for the school's learning support team.
There are multiple studios within the art department, which offer pupils the space and tools required for masterpieces to be created.
The 25 yard indoor swimming pool is enjoyed by pupils across the whole school, as well as external swimming clubs.
Food & Nutrition Suite
The contemporary Food & Nutrition Suite is a spacious hands-on environment where pupils can acquire and enhance a range of culinary skills.
Design and Technology
Three D&T classrooms are located in the main building, all connected to a large multimedia workshop. There is also a welding shop and paint shop for pupils to use during specific projects.
Chemistry and Physics
Chemistry and Physics are brought to life in Trent College's laboratories. The well-equipped rooms enhance scientific learning by facilitating a variety of exciting practical experiments within a secure environment.
The modern Biology laboratories provide all the specialist equipment and technology needed to explore classroom topics in depth.
The Trent College Arboretum is among the best arboretums in the East Midlands and remains one of the leading school arboretums in England. It contains several hundred trees, belonging to approximately 200 different species and cultivars.
The large indoor sports centre is used by pupils at both schools and is a popular venue with external lettings. In addition to a large sports hall, the centre contains a high-specification gym and several PE classrooms.
The Swallow Building
Maths and English classrooms are located in the Swallow Building. Within this building, pupils also have access to the Thai Lecture Theatre, modelled on the teaching facilities commonly found at universities.
High Ropes Course
The on-site high ropes course further enhances the school's enviable provision for Adventure Training.
Mountain Bike Track
The outside track offers a range of terrains for pupils to enjoy during Adventure Training.
FACILITIES TO HIRE
We have a wide range of fine facilities and venues for hire plus superb hospitality provision. From sports tournaments to hospitality events, hire of meeting and function rooms to weddings and conferences. Contact us today to find out more.