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As we increase our provision we continue to invest, improve and grow our campus and facilities. Our aim is to provide you with environments that are bright, modern and equipped with industry standard technology that develop your skills for future employment.

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Ash Meadows Rugby pitch was the latest addition to our Sports facilities in January 2021. In September 2020 Redwood Reception was remodelled to help secure the campus and maintain safety for all students on site. Also, the main hall was renovated to create a lecture theatre and performance venue, complete with stage lighting to be able to showcase the talents of Huish Music and Performing Arts students and give them a professional rehearsal space and show venue.

In December 2018 the Aspen Music Centre was officially opened. The £1.4m building includes 2 recording studios with RedNet Technology, 2 sound proof live rooms for recording, a brand new Mac suite, an editing/production suite, 2 specialist classrooms, 5 practice rooms for instrumental lessons, a secure instrument store as well as a vast library of printed music, industry quality equipment and instruments available on loan.

Front of Richard Huish College Reception entrance
Redwood Theatre seating
Apple Mac Computer Suite in Maple Building
In 2017 we opened Oak House, a brand new boarding facility and Maple Building, a £3 million facility housing Art, Graphic Design, ICT, Computing and Graphics.


The Willow Cafe opened in December 2016, shortly followed by the Sycamore Sports Hall in January 2017. This state-of-the-art facility includes a viewing gallery, changing rooms, gym and classroom.

Summer 2015 saw the opening of the new Redwood Suite, cafe and social space giving students a modern and bright place to eat and socialise. During this development the dance and drama studios were relocated to the Redwood Building.

Prior to this was the creation of the Juniper building, a purpose-built centre for a range of media studies, including state-of-the-art editing suites.

The Cedar Building – finished in March 2012 and with an added extension completed in October 2012 – accommodates a range of teaching in ten classrooms.

Laboratory facilities have been upgraded to meet the growing number of students wishing to study science subjects.

If you are looking to join the College and would like a tour of the campus please email

Picture of Art Studio in Maple Building
Picture of Sycamore Gym
Sycamore Sports Hall inside
Classroom with bright colourful chairs