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.

It is home to about 60 boys. The House was originally known as the Headmaster’s House and 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 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.

It is home to about 60 boys. The House was originally known as the Headmaster’s House and 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.

Housemaster

David Bowden joined Bloxham School in September 2020 as the History and Politics Teacher and Wilson Housemaster.

Joining us from Bradfield College where he had breadth of teaching experience as a Housemaster, an Assistant Head Teacher, Head of History & Politics and Head of Sixth Form.

David Bowden

Life at Wilson

Table Tennis
House Rugby Competition
Social Cricket on Strawberry Terrace

Contact Details

House Phone - 01295 724373

Our team

David Bowden
Housemaster David Bowden
Alexander Brown
Assistant Housemaster Alexander Brown
Julie Moon
Matron Julie Moon

Handbook

Wilson Handbook
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