Gresham’s is set on a 200 acre estate in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in North Norfolk. It is situated in the Georgian market town of Holt and is four miles away from an award-winning coastline.

The facilities at Gresham’s are outstanding. The Britten Building houses the Music department with spacious rehearsal studios and a suite of ten sound proofed practice rooms as well as an up-to-date digital mixing desk in the Music Technology Recording Studio. The Music Summer School will benefit from the use of the world-class Steinway pianos as Gresham’s is an All Steinway School.

The Dyson Building opened at Gresham’s in September 2021. Sir James Dyson, a former pupil at the school, enabled the innovative new centre for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) education. Spaces are equipped with the latest technology, with art hubs, IT points and open-stair seating areas which turn the spine of the building into an area for collaboration and innovation.

The Music Summer School will also have use of the amazing Auden Theatre (named after former pupil W.H. Auden) as well as the spectacular outdoor performance area; Theatre-in-the-Woods.

During the day there will be a cafe open and a licensed bar will operate in the evening. There are also sporting facilities for Summer School participants to enjoy including a 25-metre indoor swimming pool (open every day for Summer School participants from 4pm to 6pm).

Gresham’s is a stopping point for the North Norfolk Railway line, also called the Poppy Line which is a heritage steam line running from Sheringham to Holt, stopping off at Weybourne on the way. Weybourne and Sherringham are the nearest beaches to Gresham’s.