Baxter

Baxter

Namesake: Richard Baxter (1615-1691) a prominent English churchman of the 1600s.  

He was a peacemaker who sought unity among Protestants and yet he was a highly independent thinker and at the centre of any major controversy in England during his lifetime.  

Born in Rowton, Shropshire to parents who undervalued education, Baxter was largely self-taught.  He became even better known for his prolific writing and his Christian dictionary contains over one million words.  

His autobiography and his pastoral guide 'The Reformed Pastor' is still widely read today.

House Officials

Head of House:  Mrs Laura Heath

House Captain : Harriet Ford

Deputies: Caitlin Whittall, Phil Tarrant, Liv Swift, Neve Jones

Year 10 Buddies: Isabel Boland, Alex Farquhar

Year 7 Buddies: Leo Aspinall, Emily Downes

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