In the past 25 years over £20m has been spent on improving the facilities and accommodating an ever increasing school roll. A new sports centre was built in 1994, the Bridge House Theatre opened in 2000, a state of the art Science Building in 2007 and in 2008 a new teaching block provided new and spacious accommodation for the mathematics and English departments. The Halse Sports Pavilion opened in 2013 and the new Warwick Hall, costing £ opened in September 2016. This state-of-the-art venue replaced the much-loved but outgrown Guy Nelson Hall and is now one of the largest and finest performance venues in the region.
Prinknash is not only an Abbey in which some seventeen monks live but a whole complex of buildings spread over an estate of 300 acres. These spacious acres contain the dominating new Abbey, the Pottery, the Workshops, Saint Peter's Grange [the old Abbey] which is now a Retreat and Conference Centre, the Farm, the houses for the tenants, the Bird Park, and the facilities for the recreation and refreshment for over 100,000 visitors each year. It is a friendly association of Monks and Laity who work in partnership to form a living Community for the benefit of all. We hope that you will enjoy browsing over these pages and that one day you will visit us to experience the Peace and Tranquillity of our unique surroundings.