Space to study
The Hunter Resource Centre has first class accommodation for independent study and revision. It houses banks of computers from where you can access the internet, your emails or our virtual learning environment, Google Drive. There are also a wide range of the more traditional learning resources, which are all provided for reference and borrowing.
Space to relax
We have a large and lively refectory area where you will find our DSFC café. Here you can gather to make new friends, meet old ones, have lunch, chat, chill or catch up with the latest news on our flat screen TVs!
Sports and Leisure
The stunning ‘Freeman’s Quay’ complex boasts a state of the art swimming pool, fitness suite, dance studio and a large sports hall, all of which you will be able to access as a student at the Sixth Form Centre, either as part of your studies or your personal leisure time.
The science laboratories occupy a dedicated three storey building of their own, where the full range of science subjects is taught.
The award-winning ‘Visual Arts Centre’ opened in February 2006. With its high, airy spaces and excellent natural light, it provides superb opportunities for students to pursue their artistic interests and develop their skills in photography, textiles, fine art or graphic design.
Take the stage
The 220-seat Theatre is one of the largest in the City of Durham. It provides excellent facilities for dance, drama and music, as well as for lectures and presentations, aided by large screens and multi-media equipment.
The Digital Media Centre
A brand new multi-million pound digital media centre, complete with high-tech IT hub, multimedia room, TV studio, cinema, conference / event room and 13 classrooms for the large post-16 school in the North East. As well as this, students can enjoy a new games room and have a bite to eat in the café.