​School Resources

1. The Pre Prep and Prep Centre: state of the art early childhood facilities catering specifically for children aged between 3 years and 6 months and 5 years and 6 months;

2. The Junior School: well-equipped general purpose learning areas and additional facilities for the Creative Arts with specialist areas for Visual Arts, Music and Technology, a Library and an Administration Centre;

3. The Middle School: well-equipped general purpose learning areas and additional facilities for scientific inquiry (two laboratories), the Creative Arts with specialist areas for Visual Arts and Music, and an Administration Centre;

4. The Senior School: well-equipped general purpose learning areas and additional facilities for the Creative Arts, Music and an Administration Centre;

5. The Burling Centre for Scientific Inquiry (CSI) incorporating six laboratories equipped with facilities for the teaching of Biology, Physics and Chemistry, and a tiered Lecture Theatre with seating for 200;

6. Electronic Learning Centres across the School;

7. The Yvonne Bain Resource Centre and Library for Middle and Senior School: an expansive space that provides for wide range of learning and leisure environments – structured and unstructured; outside or inside; with peers or in one's own space;

8. The Wonder Space: a cutting edge physical and technological facility comprised of two zones designed, furnished and resourced to cultivate whimsy and creativity, to promote intellectual contemplation, and to allow for personal reflection;

9. Textile and Food Technology specialist areas incorporating a demonstration space with tiered seating and multimedia capabilities, a kitchen featuring eight workstations and two textile classrooms;

10. Manual Arts, Technology and Graphics rooms for computer-aided design and drawing, machinery, wood, metals and plastics fabrication, electronics and pneumatics;

11. The All Saints Chapel: this magnificent Chapel is the centrepiece of our beautiful campus. With extensive stained glass and handcrafted pews, the Chapel seats 400;

12. The Nairn Theatre/Auditorium with a seating capacity of 530 and containing an orchestra pit, large stage and back stage areas, speech and drama workshops, an experimental theatre seating 200, a prop room and a costume department;

13. The Music Centre: a purpose built facility featuring individual tuition rooms, specialised classrooms and offices, and two large band performance spaces;

14. The Visual Arts Centres: three Visual Art spaces across the School incorporating classrooms and a gallery for exhibiting student work. In the Senior School Centre there are two classrooms and specific facilities for fine art, ceramics, photography and computer generated design as well as the gallery which features student and staff work throughout the year;

15. A Lecture Theatre with tiered seating for 160 incorporating multimedia technology;

16. The Junior/Middle Health and Physical Education Centre containing a large sports hall for basketball, badminton, volleyball and netball and providing a large under cover play area;

17. The Senior Health and Physical Education Centre containing a large sports hall for basketball, netball, volleyball, soccer, hockey and other sports measuring 30m x 40m, a Physiology testing laboratory, eight change rooms on the lower level and an adjacent 25 metre enclosed heated swimming pool;

18. A commercial kitchen and training restaurant;

19. International House, which is the focus of the international education programme at All Saints, offering modern accommodation and specialist learning facilities. There are 20 double rooms where students are supervised by resident staff. The learning centre encompasses tutorial rooms which are fully equipped with the latest computer technology and have full access to the School's computer network, the Internet and other information resources;

20. Sporting facilities including multiple playing fields and practice facilities for cricket (one turf and two artificial wickets), hockey, rugby, soccer, softball, athletics and cross country, six tennis courts, seven netball courts (one synthetic surface court), eight basketball courts, six volleyball courts and two 25 metre heated pools, one of which is enclosed with an attached 10 metre x 5 metre learn-to-swim pool;

21. The School also provides under-cover areas, landscaped court yards and playground areas and equipment for students of various ages;

22. Administration, staff facilities, student amenities, tuck shop and lockers.