The Wellington Community exists to inspire and support the students as well as being a wonderful social and professional network for all its members.

OUR PROGRAMMES

Opportunities to get involved

We want every member of the Wellington Community to be able to enjoy and benefit from their association with the College and the Community. We have a number of exciting opportunities across our programmes for members of the Community to be part of.

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We are shaping the future

The ‘Inspire!’ campaign focuses on three key areas and aims to: develop our campus and deliver a truly dynamic and world-leading educational environment; widen access through our Prince Albert Foundation bursaries; and provide an enriched curriculum and platform for all round educational success and set our students up for life beyond Wellington.

Pastoral Talk video

Helping Kids with Stress

Dr Philip Hopley, specialist in stress, mood and anxiety disorders.

Edward Twohig online Art Sale

Over the last three years, acclaimed artist and Wellington College Director of Art, Edward Twohig, has captured, in his unique style, much loved locations around the grounds of Wellington College. We are delighted to announce an online sale of his work that will benefit the Wellington College Inspire! campaign, with 50% going to the Appeal.

Latest News

Indoor Sports Centre fly-through

24 March 2017

An exciting extension of our sporting facilities that will enable us to uphold our strong national and international sporting reputation, with the addition of indoor netball, tennis and cricket facilities. We want to ensure top quality sporting provision for our student athletes to enable them to explore their skills to the highest level possible. But […]

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Launch of new Leavers’ Bursary Fund

14 March 2017

Over the years to mark students time at College parents have been asked to contribute to a number of projects; including sculpture, benches, a sundial and more. Having spoken to a number of ‘leaver parents’, this type of approach isn’t always universally embraced, so this year we have a new initiative. For those of you […]

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Helping Kids with Stress

11 March 2017

We welcomed back Dr Philip Hopley who specialises in stress, mood and anxiety disorders. Dr Hopley is Clinical Lead at the London Psychiatry and Psychology (LPP) Sports Counselling Service and consults to a range of Governing Bodies and Player Associations. He played rugby for London Wasps for a decade including two years as a semi-professional, […]

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Upcoming Events

25 April 2017

OW COG Reception – Politics, Government and International Affairs

18:00-21:00pm, Oxford and Cambridge Club, London, SW1Y 5HD

The OW Society invites you to attend a networking and drinks reception at the Oxford and Cambridge Club. The guest speaker will be James O’Shaugnessy (L 94), an OW member of the House of Lords and former Director of Policy at No.10. Tickets cost £15 and include entrance, drinks reception and networking (students in full time education are free of charge).

To register to attend please click here…


27 April 2017

OW Reunion – All Leavers Pre-1954

12:30pm, Wellington College, Great School

An anniversary for leavers in or before 1954. Partners and families welcome. Ticket includes drinks reception and 3 course lunch with wine. Tickets cost £15 each. To book please click here…


04 May 2017

OW COG Reception – Law

18:00-21:00pm, The Naval and Military Club, London, SW1Y 4JU

The OW Society invites you to attend a networking and drinks reception in London. The OW Law COG, headed by Mark Milliken-Smith QC, will meet, thanks to the kindness of Simon Davis, at The Naval and Military Club. Tickets cost £15 and include entrance, drinks reception and networking (students in full time education are free of charge).

To register to attend please click here…


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Mite Bite will be racing in College colours at Cheltenham. telegraph.co.uk/racing/2017/02… https://t.co/bluFd8S7j3