Originally built in 1996 (as every good Year 7 knows from having to look at the drains), the art department encompasses Room A01, A02, and A101. The music room (A102) is also technically in this building but the art department refuse to acknowledge this and have been known to just walk through music lessons as if it were a corridor, singing along to whatever students are playing and eating sandwiches.
The middle room on the ground floor is now art teachers secret hangout where they store masses of Kenco instant coffee and a stash of digestives. The art teachers are often seen popping into this room during a lesson (probably to eat more biscuits and look at the stolen pupils artwork hidden in one of the many cupboards).
This small middle room is also known as "The Batcave". This hallowed space between rooms A01 and A02 is where Miss Flint, Miss Watts and Mrs Bamford may retire to enjoy a glass of wine, microwaveable meal or spot of ironing.
It is considered a great privilege to enter this room, the minimum requirement usually being the study of Art at A Level, or a decently priced bottle of wine.
There is also a storage room upstairs in Room A101. This room is also used to store a multitude of art-related books, materials and projects. Other contents of the middle room include a box labeled "assorted bones", a few red Nescafe mugs, a plastic skeleton or two, a small collection of irons and an ironing board.