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The College is subscribed to a number of online interactive resources which are accessed using netbooks, tablets or computers.
Such methods of learning are popular with the students and not only do they learn the subject matter on hand (be it Maths or Graphics), they are also able to hone their computer skills.
The Technology Suite is a practical workshop environment where students work at their own pace and develop self-discipline as they complete projects. ‘Learning by doing’, ‘trial and error’ and making prototypes are strongly encouraged.
Through the facilities in the Technology Suite, a number of boys have helped build items for school activities, including the school production, Scots Gala, science fairs, personal hobbies and inevitably parts for cars and motor-bikes!
The Science Wing was officially opened by Nobel Laureate, Sir Paul Nurse on 4 August 2006. Each of the four Laboratories are 100sqm with dedicated wet and dry areas. Each Lab is fitted out with State-of-the-Art technology, audio, and visual systems that provide networked high speed internet and intranet connections, high quality DVD and CD provision plus other features which set this facility apart. Bright and practical spaces have been acoustically engineered to minimise noise.
Supported by prep and store rooms these laboratories are both innovative enough to inspire yet practical and robust to encourage independent learning for students of all ages.
Linked at the first floor are two senior Physics laboratories which bring the number of Science teaching areas to six.
Lesley Shelly Lecture Theatre
The Lesley Shelly Lecture Theatre is spacious conference room that can comfortably seat 112.
It has a built-in sound system, LCD projector and whiteboard.
Creative and Performing Arts Centre
The Creative and Performing Arts Centre (CPAC) is a modern facility opened in 2012. It houses new Pipe band practice spaces, a state of the art recording studio,leading facilities for art, music and graphics and the Middle School administration area.
We are grateful to Sir Richard Taylor for his expert advice while developing this centre to ensure it is a world leader in the creative and performing arts.