Macmillan House

Opened in 1994, Macmillan is named after Old Sexeian Douglas Macmillan, who also founded Macmillan Cancer Care. Our boarding girls and boys are supervised by the team below. You can follow Macmillan’s news on Twitter @SexeysBoarding.

Meet the Houseparents

Senior Houseparent: Mr Philip Todd 

Mr Todd, Coombe HousemasterMr Todd has taught Biology in school but has recently given this up to concentrate on his boarding role where he has been involved for many years. He tries to promote a sense of calm in the boarding house and students know to go to him if there is anything they have questions about or need.

Mr Todd believes that students should grasp all opportunities on offer if they are to get the most out of boarding and promotes activities that challenge and develop the character of students.

He studied at Bristol University and spent three years researching gulls on Skomer Island with Oxford University before becoming a teacher. Mr Todd spends much of his free time walking and bird watching on the Somerset levels and in the Lake District. He also enjoys classical music and singing.


Assistant Houseparent: Ms Jane Radley

Following an 18-month career break in 2010 travelling extensively, Ms Radley sought a change of career and became a houseparent working mostly in International boarding schools where she very much enjoy being part of a diverse student community.

Ms Radley likes to get out and about and enjoy long coastal and country walks and generally being outdoors. She enjoys skiing and being in the mountains as well as wild and rugged coastlines.


Assistant Houseparent: Mr Henry Bull 

Mr BullHenry initially joined Sexey’s as a Graduate Boarding Assistant, and was promoted to Assistant Houseparent in 2020 . He attended Cardiff Metropolitan University where he studied Sports Coaching. His passions include all types of sport, but most specifically rugby. His role in the school is to support students in school and boarding and to be an ambassador for university study.



Matron: Mrs Lisa Hole

Mrs HoleThe first port of call for the Macmillan students’ every day living concerns, Mrs Hole keeps the house running smoothly and in ship-shape order.