Life in Wallace House

Nestled at the end of Cheap Street, near to the main School but with easy access to the town, Wallace House has a character all of its own.

Beautiful gardens provide a wonderful space in which boys can play and relax, giving the house a homely and calm atmosphere.

Wallace House was extended in 2005, making it comparable in size to Sherborne’s other boarding houses. It is a lively community, whose boys enjoy success in every aspect of School life. Moreover, thanks to extensively refurbished facilities, it offers great accommodation that is comfortable, roomy and very welcoming.

About the Housemaster

 

Housemaster : Andy Nurton 

Andy is an Old Shirburnian who was a boy in The Digby from 1990-95. He then went on to study Spanish at Exeter University. He started teaching Spanish at Sherborne in 2003 and was immediately appointed as Resident Tutor in School House, a position he held for three years. He took over as master-in-charge of Football in 2009 and became Senior Tutor in Abbey House in 2010. He was appointed Head of Spanish in 2014 and became master-in-charge of Cricket in 2015.

Andy is joined in Wallace by his wife Alison and their three children, Daisy, Beatrice and Isaac.

Matron: Miss C Hughes
Assistant Matron: Mrs M Walker
Senior Tutor: Mr J Donnelly
Resident Tutor:
 Mr R McGuire 

Wallace House production of Dick Barton - a distinctly un-politically correct evening of jollity...

Wallace House impressed audiences with their interpretation of Hamp by John Wilson...
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