Thomason is a House where each individual really matters. It has an extended family feel with a warm and friendly atmosphere and the House is run on relationships between pupils as well as teaching staff and pupils rather than on traditional hierarchical lines. The concept of mutual respect is key to the ethos of the House.
Thomason is a diverse and cultured House in which artists, thespians, sportsmen and musicians share their appreciation of each other's talents.
The 55 boys are involved in a variety of House outings during non-academic time.
Their recent House plays include The Lion King and Tarzan.
Thomason boys are a success on the sports field as well as academically, musically and in other disciplines in and out of School.
There are 8 scholars in Thomason, including academic, all-rounder, music, technology, art.
The House also boasts a European champion racing driver (Jehan Daruvala) and several County rugby players. 4 boys currently play for the 1st XV: Harry Hughes, Nilesh Bhugoowan, Tobe Rapu, Kayode Ariyo.
Nick became HM of Thomason in September 2014. Joining Haileybury as Head of Geography from Stamford School, Lincolnshire in September 2012, Nick has coached rugby and athletics teams at various levels, and is also Contingent Commander of the Haileybury CCF. Following his graduation from Birmingham University with a BA in Geography, he joined the Royal Navy as a warfare officer before becoming a teacher and also now serves with the Army Reserve. He lives with his wife Annika, young son Ben, and a black Labrador called Barney.