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The Wellington Community programme

As the Wellington Community team, our aim is to provide a meaningful programme of cultural, social, business, careers and educational events and activities for everyone in the Community. We aim to create a programme that helps us come together to reinforce, support and build the special and unique relationship that we all have with Wellington College and with one another.

March 2024

09 March 2024

Wellington Community Christian Prayer Group

Chapel Crypt, Wellington College

 

 

You are warmly invited to join the Wellington Christian Parent Prayer Group, set up by a group of current parents from a variety of church backgrounds, who believe prayers have a positive impact on school life. The group welcomes everyone within the Wellington Community with an interest in praying blessings on the school community.

The next meeting will be held from 1-2pm on Saturday 9th March in the Chapel Crypt.

The meetings are very informal and meet a few times per term. To join or for further information please email community@wellingtoncollege.org.uk


09 March 2024

Wellington Parent Choir

Concert Room, Wellington College

 

 

Saturday 9th March 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: community@wellingtoncollege.org.uk


09 March 2024

Careers Speed Networking

Great School, Wellington College

 

 

Join us for our Careers Speed Networking event on Saturday 9th March 2024. This event gives current students the opportunity to explore career options, practice their networking skills, and learn more about different jobs from parent & OW volunteers working in a range of sectors. Thank you so much for your wonderful support of this event; please note, we are now at capacity for volunteers.

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11 March 2024

Wellington Community Book Club

Library Moral Room, Wellington College

 

 

The Wellington Community Book Club is a small, friendly group of bookworms who meet regularly to debate the meeting’s highlighted books, discuss what they’re currently perusing, and share their love of reading!

The next meeting will be held in the Library Moral Room on Monday 11th March from 7.30pm; drinks and light bites will be provided. The group have chosen to read Superinfinite by Katherine Rundell and Days at the Morisaki Bookshop by Satoshi Yakisawa.

The group always welcomes new members, even if you haven’t had a chance to read the books! If you would be interested in joining, please email community@wellingtoncollege.org.uk for more information.


13 March 2024

Finance and Insurance Networking Evening

The Other House, London

 

 

Join us for our annual Finance and Insurance Networking Evening on Wednesday 13th March from 6:30 – 9:00pm. This event is a fantastic opportunity to meet other members of the Wellington Community working or interested in the finance and insurance sector.

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17 March 2024

Historic Tour of the College

Royal Foundation Room, Wellington College, 10.30am

 

 

Wellington Archivist Caroline Jones will take you on a tour of the College’s most historic buildings, explaining along the way the fascinating story of College’s foundation and early years. You’ll see some treasures from our historic collections and learn what makes Wellington so unique.

 

There will be tea and coffee served in the Royal Foundation Room when you arrive.

Please arrive for a 10.30am start, the tour will finish at 12pm.

Please note, this tour is for the Wellington Community and is not open to the general public at this time.

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18 March 2024

An Evening with Robin Dyer (T 77): OW, Teacher and Second Master

Online via Zoom, 6pm - 7.15pm

 

 

Join us as College Archivist Caroline Jones chats to Robin Dyer (T 77) about his remarkable life at Wellington, from a pupil in the 1970s, through his 33-year career as teacher and Housemaster, and encompassing 16 years as Second Master. Robin will be joined by special guests who have known him in each of these roles, as he looks back over the changing face of College through five decades.

His guests will be:

 

Nick Moss – Robin’s contemporary in the Talbot and lifelong friend.

Ed Caesar – a student in the Benson when Robin was HM, now a novelist and journalist.

Lucy Pearson – Robin’s colleague between 2006 and 2010, during a transformative period in the College’s history, who is now the Director of Education at the FA.

 

Tickets are free of charge. You will be sent a Zoom link before the event.

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