The role of the Wellington Community is to build a supportive life-long community. We have developed a global professional and social network, deliver a diverse programme of events and offer invaluable careers support, guidance and mentoring opportunities. Another major part of our work is to raise funds for the Widening Opportunity programme to offer fully-funded Prince Albert Scholarships – to ensure we continue to be able to offer places to more young people with talent and promise the amazing opportunities that a Wellington education provides.


Who we are and what we do

We have made a series of videos for you to watch so that you can find out all about the work and aims of the Community Office; we trust you enjoy watching them!


Prince Albert Scholarship Programme

Talent is spread evenly throughout society, but opportunity is not.

We want to do what we can to address this disparity and support access and opportunity for more young people in our community and beyond. Our College community is enriched by having a bright, ambitious, talented and inclusive student body.

Welly Giving Week 2022

Celebrating widening access and opportunity

Our flagship initiative to widen access to the amazing opportunities that a Wellington education provides. Thanks to your stunning generosity 17 more young people will be offered a life-changing Prince Albert Scholarship.


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.

Upcoming Events

06 June 2023

Wellington Wildlife Walking Tour

Wellington College



Wellington College Grounds and Gardens Manager, Mark Dodd, will take us on a tour of the College’s main estate grounds, which are not open to the general public, and share some fascinating insights into the delights and challenges of looking after this 440-acre estate.

Wildlife Trust Learning Officer, Kat Dahl, will guide us around the College’s nature reserve and Site of Special Scientific Interest. This protected area is a remarkable beacon of biodiversity, containing several nationally scarce habitats and species. Together, they will tell us about the great variety of wonderful wildlife on this site, and how its conservation is managed by the College.

Please note you will need a moderate level of fitness/walking speed to cover the site in the 2-hour slot.

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09 June 2023

OW 15 & 20 Year Joint Reunion

The Ship, Wandsworth



The Wellington Community would like to invite all 2003 and 2008 Leavers to reunite and reminisce with one another at The Ship, Wandsworth. Drinks and a light buffet will be available from 6.30pm to celebrate this wonderful milestone. Please spread the word to ensure we can get as many of the 2003 & 2008 classes together!

Tickets cost £10 per person, and include welcome drinks and light buffet.

OWs and their partners and/or guests are all very welcome to attend.

Prior to the event your name will be shared with the reunion group via email and/or the website. Please note we will not share any contact information. If you do not wish us to do this please email

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10 June 2023

Parent Singers

Concert Room, Wellington College



Saturday 10th June 11:00am-12:00pm

The Wellington Community invite you to join the informal and fun Wellington Parent Singers group, led by our inspirational Director of Music Simon Williamson, designed for singers of all abilities. To register your place please email:

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