Assistant Head – Boarding & Pastoral
Mr Callow oversees the day to day running of the boarding house. He always wears a smile! Mr Callow has been involved in boarding at All Hallows for 16 years, right back to the time when he had a full head of hair. Mr Callow lives on site with his wife and two young daughters, who love playing with the boarders or outside in the wonderful school grounds. Mr Callow plays the guitar (badly) and was, in his day, a handy sportsman.
Boarding Administration (and Mr Callow’s better half)
Aside from being a busy mum of two, Mrs Callow keeps tabs on who is in the boarding house at any one time, liaises with parents and generally makes sure that the boarding house runs smoothly. A qualified teacher herself, Mrs Callow regularly involves herself at weekends. Mrs Callow is also a mean hockey player and a runner.
Girls' House Parent
A familiar face to some, Mrs Garvin was a gap student at All Hallows, before returning this year to lead the Girl’s Landing. Originally from Zimbabwe, Mrs Garvin attended Cardiff University and is a qualified Occupational Therapist. A keen baker, Mrs Garvin can also be found surfing (although not in Somerset!) and playing a variety of sports. Her ideal weekend would be one spent Rock Climbing with her husband.
Junior Boys Houseparent
Miss Moss spent the first 7 years of her life living in Oman before returning to education in Somerset. A “massive” rugby fan, with Bath being her favourite team, Miss Moss attended St Mary’s University in Twickenham just so she could be close to the action! Having graduated Miss Moss spent 9 years living and working in Dublin, developing a love of (live) traditional music in the process. In her down-time she can be found swimming and cycling.
The 'glue' that often holds the boarding house together! Mrs Mitchell is never far from the action. A fully qualified nurse, she looks after our poorly pupils, our injured pupils, keeps an eye on our young sports men and women, carries out a whole range of welfare tasks for our boarders and is generally a constant presence and support in the boarding house and around school.
Senior Boys House Parent
Hailing from Bradford on Avon, Mr Wheatley is a member of BOA Rugby Club, sitting on the Club Committee and still playing when school commitments allow. He is most often found around the campus channelling the energy of our boarders into physical activities!
The team is also supported by an army of fabulous domestic staff who look after cleaning and laundry.