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


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.


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 bursary programme; and provide an enriched curriculum and platform for all round educational success and set our students up for life beyond Wellington.

Pastoral Talk video


Ian Morris, Head of Wellbeing at Wellington, talks about ‘Emotions’.

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

Breaking Ground wins Gold Medal at RHS Chelsea Flower Show

23 May 2017

Designed by Andrew Wilson and Gavin McWilliam, and sponsored by Darwin Property Investment Management, the garden highlights Wellington College’s ambition to break down barriers to education, and explores the themes of progress, evolution and thought patterns. The planting draws inspiration from heathland around the College. Tall, sculptural and transparent walls run through the garden connecting […]



22 May 2017

Chris Potter arrived at Wellington in 1947, 70 years later, he remains an avid custodian of College. OW Rory Bremner cast him as “not just a time capsule but a living repository of Wellington history”. In June 2016, we began an incredible journey, following Chris around the country, talking to OWs about their time at […]



17 May 2017

On Saturday 13th May we welcomed Ian Morris back to give a pastoral talk on Emotions. Understanding the human emotion system is central to living a good life. The talk gave an overview of how the system works, how it can be managed and how understanding the emotions matters in resilience, ethics, relationships and conflict […]


Upcoming Events

07 June 2017

Wellington Community Networking Drinks – Management Consultancy, Accountancy and Finance Focus

6.00pm-8.00pm, Sports Bar & Grill Waterloo Railway Station

Join the Wellington Community for a relaxed social and business gathering. Everyone is welcome to attend with the long term aim of building connections and contacts and perhaps creating business opportunities. At each gathering we select a different sector focus and we will invite those who operate in that sphere to join us nearer the time. To register to attend please contact:

08 June 2017

Mandarin and Chinese Culture course: 5/6

7.00pm-8.00pm, Mandarin Centre

This 6 week course offers you the chance to be introduced to Mandarin and explore Chinese culture. There is a £15 charge for the course (£2.50 per session) to cover costs. To register to attend please contact:

09 June 2017

Montgomery Junior Competition

7.30pm, Waterloo Hall

The Junior Montgomery Instrumental Competition is the final competition in our series of Montgomery Competitions this year. This competition is for students in the 3rd and 4th form and the standard is above Grade 6 level. Our adjudicator this year is the experienced performer and music educator Gwyn Parry-Jones. Free tickets available online: please click here…

More events
Calling OWs make sure you click onto the BBC site and vote for our Garden - Breaking Ground!…