Established in 1866 by its first Housemaster Mr Green, Hazelwell boys are named 'Greenites' after the founder of this Boarding House. Visitors to the House always comment on the warm and homely atmosphere. This feeling is created by the energy of the boys within the House and amplified by the fabulous Victorian family home within which Hazelwell resides.
Parents are always welcome to visit, as Housemaster, James Coull believes that forging a strong partnership between the Boarding House and home is vital to ensure that Greenites are settled, well rounded and achieve their full potential.
Forging a strong partnership between the Boarding House and home is vital to ensure that Greenites are settled, well rounded and achieve their full potential.
James has been Housemaster of Hazelwell since September 2014. He lives in the House with his wife Charlotte and two children, Freya and Ruby. James is heavily involved in College sport: refereeing rugby, coaching hockey and athletics, as well as running the annual Fourth Form ski trip.
James is supported in running Hazelwell by Assistant Housemaster Matt Walton, a Sports Coach at College, Resident Tutor Shaun Pirttijavi, a Music Teacher, and Matrons Ann Slark and Helen Bloxham.