Newick House boys or 'Muglistonites', named after Newick House’s longest serving Housemaster Reverend John Mugliston, are well-rounded individuals who are fiercely loyal to the house. Newick House provides a place for pupils to become independent individuals in a supportive family environment, with the ultimate aim to create accomplished young men fully prepared for life after College.
Newick House provides a place for pupils to become independent individuals in a supportive family environment.
Muglistonites are particularly encouraged to participate fully in school life by involving themselves in the multitude of activities that are offered by College. No more is this the case than in House competitions where Newick House boys pride themselves on giving their all and enjoying considerable success. The Newick House tutor team are integral in helping boys fulfil their academic potential whilst still participating fully in all other areas.
James Hayden has been Housemaster of Newick House since August 2015. He is joined in the house by his wife Sarah, son Alfie and daughter Rosanna. James is a History Teacher at College and passionate about sport, having previously coached the 1st XV rugby team whilst teaching at Stowe. James is ably aided in the running of the house by Resident Tutor Andrew Hollingbury, a keen musician and Classics Teacher at College, and a team of ten tutors and three matrons who are all actively involved in running Newick House.