Sculpture has become central to the development of art in the 20th and 21st centuries. The explosion in new materials and the breaking away from purely traditional working practices has afforded sculpture the opportunity of being very spontaneous and creative. The three ways of making sculpture – modelling, carving, constructing – are all encouraged, and the techniques available allow boys the opportunity of developing a very personal approach to their work.

The large new sculpture department has two working areas: the main studio where plaster, clay, wood, and stone are used, and the welding and metal-working studio.