The school is over half way through a £25 million building programme to develop and build upon the existing facilities.
The first element was the Ruddock Performing Arts Centre, which is a joint facility with King Edward VI High School for Girls. The centre comprises a concert hall with a seating capacity of up to 400, a 120-seater drama studio and a dance studio. The Ruddock Performing Arts Centre was officially opened on Friday, 27 April 2012 by Sir Paul Ruddock (1976), a major benefactor of the project and the Rt Hon Michael Gove MP, Secretary of State for Education.
The Andrew Brode Wing was the next phase to be completed in September 2013. Consisting of a modern languages and science centre, and a new sixth form centre, this development has been substantially funded by a donation from Andrew Brode (1959). The modern languages and science centre was officially opened on Founder's Day by Professor Martin Swales (1958), Emeritus Professor of German at University College London.
A new hockey astro pitch has also opened in 2013 and the final phase of the building programme will be a major development of the school's indoor sports facilities.