Wakefield is named after Colonel the Rt Hon Sir Charles Wakefield, Viscount Wakefield of Hythe, founder of Castor Lubricants, a tremendous philanthropist who founded the Wakefield Trust. He was President of the Royal Hospitals of Bethlem and Bridewell, King Edward’s School from 1916-1940. His is one example of the School’s strong links to the City of London Corporation, a link that is important in upholding the vision of our founders, Nicholas Ridley and King Edward VI, to educate young people.
Wakefield House is a boarding and day boys’ House from 3rd Form to Sixth Form, ages 13 to 18. Wakefield House is paired with the Elizabeth girls’ House.
The Wakefield boys are the real stars of the House. Wakefield celebrates all, whether winning at sport, music, drama or academic success. The boys truly enjoy themselves in Wakefield; living by their motto, they work hard, play hard and always give 100%. There is a tremendous pride in being a Wakefield boy which is reflected the day the new boys arrive and are welcomed by all.
Mr and Mrs Macmillan moved in to Wakefield in September 2015. Mr Macmillan is very much supported by his wife, Antonia. He joined King Edward’s teaching Design Technology, using his wealth of experience in his corporate Design and Project Management career to add value to his teaching knowledge. Mrs Macmillan’s background is Speech and Language Therapy.
Mr and Mrs Macmillan’s daughters, Martha and Bella, and the family dogs, Waggle and Tati, are ever present in the running of the House. The girls and the dogs are the boys’ best friends; so, evening roll call can be a bit hectic!
Mr Macmillan’s resident House Team is boosted with Mr Andrade, Assistant Housemaster, who is the Head of Geography, a science teacher and member of staff at our partner prep school and nursery, Barrow Hills, and Matron Mr Valkov, who joined us in in September 2017; he is a qualified PE and Sports Coach and is master in charge of Basketball and Volleyball.
Housemaster: Mr Macmillan
Assistant Housemaster: Mr Andrade
Matron: Mr Valkov
3rd Form pupil and Edward House member, Christopher, has been busy supporting his local community by making hand sanitiser in his back garden in recent weeks. He has been producing isopropanol hand sanitiser following the World Health Organisation’s formula using products kindly funded by his parents. Christopher’s hand sanitisers have not only been given to...
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