One of the original buildings which made up part of the estate owned by Horatio Bottomley, the Coach House is primarily used by Bede's Ceramics department since it outgrew The Kennels.
Alongside an Art Room, the Latin and Greek classroom and an IT Suite, there are a number of other teaching classrooms in the Coach House including, on the west side of the building, a number of Design and Technology rooms.
The Coach House makes up only half of the Design and Technology department's facilities, but encompass and a dedicated Design and Technology IT suite, Design Workshop and spacious upstairs classroom; the rest are located in The Ostlers building.
The Coach House was refurbished over 2013/14 to allow as much practical teaching space as possible - the popularity of Ceramics, Art and Design and Technology at Bede's only ever seems to grow!
Ceramics News and Blogs
29 November 2016
Mr Turner blogs about how Arts Week 2016 will welcome pupils, parents and alumni to a celebration of Bede's Art past and present.
18 December 2015
Mr Hammond reflects upon the first “Hey Clay!” initiative at Bede’s which saw members of staff becoming ceramics students…
13 November 2015
In the first in a new series of blog posts, Head of Ceramics Mr Hammond profiles Upper Sixth artist Cosmo Mealing.