Perrott Hill is situated within 28 acres of beautiful grounds and woodland. The children enjoy access to the grounds during breaks, play times, games and for activities such as Forest School.
Rugby, association football, hockey, netball, rounders and cricket take place on our extensive games pitches, with an athletics track and associated field events provided for in the summer term.
Our fully-equipped sports hall ensures that the pupils can participate in a full range of sporting activities, whatever the weather. It is also used for activities such as badminton, gymnastics and archery.
North Lawns All-Weather Pitch
Completed in October 2011, this facility includes a hockey pitch and three tennis courts.
Tennis is extremely popular at the school and lessons are available from our tennis professionals throughout the year on our all-weather surface, hard courts and in the sports hall.
The outdoor swimming pool and changing facilities are available from Easter until the autumn half term. All pupils from Year 1 to Year 8 have the opportunity to swim in the pool.
A four hole pitch and putt course offers the opportunity for pupils to improve their chipping and putting as well as providing a venue for golf lessons.
Opened in January 2011, the library offers a very wide range of reading and research material, from books, newspapers and magazines, to internet access on netbooks.
Upgraded in 2011, this dedicated 250-seat facility is used for school assemblies, prize giving, music concerts, lectures and dramatic productions.
Sited on the edge of our woods, the new Music School was completed in September 2016. Featuring a recital room, teaching room and practise rooms it is an inspirational setting for music lessons, individual practise, choir, strings and brass rehearsals and infomral and formal performances. The Perrott Hill 0-3 child and parent group meet every Tuesday morning during term time in the music school.
Opened in September 2017, the Tinker Lab is a new area where children will be able to come and tinker with technology during morning and afternoon break, with plans to do advanced sessions and continuation of projects during rest. Projects range from taking apart old technology and seeing how things work to getting hands on experience with the latest technologies, such as 3D printing, robotics and drones.
The purpose-built ICT Suite is used across the curriculum to broaden the learning opportunities for all pupils.
Open during lessons, break times and for evening activities, the art department is an extremely well-used resource and caters for painting, print-making and Design and Technology projects.