Cotton

Welcome to Cotton Boarding House


Cotton is a mixed House, with ten boys in each year group and 12 Sixth Form girls. Cotton has a dining room where pupils eat breakfast every morning and dine four evenings per week. The House has its own five a side football pitch and tennis court.

Situated five minutes’ walk from Court, Cotton is named after Bishop George Cotton (1852-1858), the second Master of the College, who was eaten by a crocodile in the Ganges. The House was built in 1872 and retains much of the original wood panelling of the time.

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