Donhead's St Nicholas Owen Building Officially Opened
This September saw the completion of Donhead's 10 year, £8m facilities development. The St Nicholas Owen Building was officially opened by Bishop Nicholas Hudson (Auxiliary Bishop of Westminster and old boy of Donhead).
23rd September 2016 — This September saw the completion of Donhead's ten year, £8m facilities development, with the final stage giving the school the benefit of four new air-conditioned classrooms, a Chapel, an Art Centre and a 150-seat Auditorium for Music and Drama.
The St Nicholas Owen Building was officially opened by Bishop Nicholas Hudson (Auxiliary Bishop of Westminster and old boy of Donhead), accompanied by Fr Dermot Preston SJ (Provincial of the British province of the Society of Jesus), and Fr Paul Fletcher SJ (Jesuit Superior in Wimbledon) on 21st September.
Donhead now boasts a suitable range of facilities to offer an excellent and broad education to boys from 4-11 years of age. In addition, our academic, sporting and musical programmes have, between them, secured 33 Scholarship Awards to major independent public schools in the last 3 years. Donhead has more than doubled in size in the last ten years and now offers the highest quality of preparatory school education, within the Jesuit tradition.