Senior Boys' Boarding House - Wilson House
Wilson House is a boys' house situated in the heart of the oldest part of the school and dates from the 1860s and 1870s; the buildings are the work of the eminent Victorian architect George Edmund Street, most famous for the Law Courts in the Strand in London. The House, originally known as the Headmaster’s House, was renamed Wilson in 1925 in honour of Charles J. Wilson, the third pupil to attend the school. He later became a master here and subsequently the Bursar. He was resident in the school for 75 years.
Wilson is home to about 60 boys across five year-groups. Housemaster Mark Skevington is assisted by a team of tutors and Upper Sixth prefects in running the House. In Wilson, the Third Form share three study bedrooms, while the Fourth Form share four. Many of the Fifth Formers have a single study and in the Sixth Form this is usually guaranteed.
This year, Wilson House Captain is Charlie Lewis-Jones.
House contact details
Housemaster - 01295 72433
Matron - 01295 724373
You can follow Wilson House on Twitter: @Bloxham_Wilson
Mark Skevington is a Design & Technology teacher here at Bloxham. He was head of the department for thirty years, passing on the baton to Mrs Westbury in 2015. Mark has been running Wilson for thirteen years and has four grown up children, some of whom are OBs. He was a keen hockey player in the past and enjoyed running the 1st XI for ten years. He also lead the sailing club, and on joining Bloxham was introduced as an Olympic Helmsman! Mark enjoys playing golf and plays the drums in the Common Room Band. Latterly, he has enjoyed long distance running and cycling and has run six London Marathons (his best time was 3:15) and cycled Land’s End to John o’ Groats.
James Ramm joined Bloxham in 2016, as Assistant Housemaster in Wilson. He is also a music teacher. He is an old Woodard Schools boy himself and a music graduate of the University of York. Previously, he was Head of Music in a large school in south London. Apart from a passion for music, James is a keen sportsman, predominantly rugby, athletics and hockey, and enjoys coaching rugby. In his spare time he enjoys sailing and a good rare steak.
Wilson Tutor Team
Michael Moir has taught Mathematics at Bloxham since September 1999. He is married to Victoria, who teaches Latin at school, and they have three children: Harry, Eleanor (OBs) and Venetia (who is still at the school). Michael is heavily involved in school sport, taking Yearlings rugby and hockey as well as tennis. His other major role is as Head of Middle School.
Debbie Herring is Head of Theology at Bloxham. She spent her early years in the Middle East and attended a Woodard boarding school as a girl. She has six grown up children, a cat and a fantastic convertible MG sports car.
Robert Dann teaches Economics and Business Studies at Bloxham. Prior to taking up teaching, he had an international corporate career. He has also been a professional photographer and enjoys climbing and coaching sports teams. He is Master in charge of Third Form and lives locally with his son, Ryden.
Julian Moyle teaches English and is Master of Scholars at Bloxham. His literary interests are broad and he also likes to listen to music, visit art galleries and travel. He has followed Liverpool Football Club for the last 30 years. He lives with his wife, Emma, and son, Tommy, in the village.
Daniel Parker joined Bloxham in 2016 as a Drama teacher. Aside from teaching, Daniel has an extensive history in professional acting, with numerous awards and accolades to his name, as well as being a passionate supporter of Manchester United. Many former students have been amused by his penchant for bursting into song.