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LIFE BEYOND WELLINGTON PROGRAMME

Our exciting new programme consists of fun and inspiring sessions on both life skills as well as more career specific sessions. This programme is more relevant than ever, as it’s a programme that aims to equip students with the skills and understanding about the ‘real’ world so they can shape what they do at College with an eye on their life beyond their time at Wellington. For young OWs the sessions are insightful and inspirational as they make their transition into the working world and beyond.

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Life Beyond Wellington

A fun and inspiring programme which includes life skills and career specific sessions

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David Mordaunt 23.08.37 to 28.11.20

30 November 2020

David Mordaunt 23.08.37 to 28.11.20 All OWs and OW cricketers will  be very sad to hear of the passing of DJM. David was the outstanding Wellington cricketer of his generation: prominent amongst his peers as a schoolboy, he was unquestionably the best all-rounder Wellington College produced until the emergence of the Curran brothers. He made […]

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This week at Wellington we look back at a favourite topic – school food!

27 November 2020

This week at Wellington we look back at a favourite topic – school food! The archives are quite rich in information on this subject, for example a description of the very first meal ever served to Wellington students, in January 1859. Student Augustus Hornsby wrote that ‘we had a supper of bread and butter, cheese […]

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Wellington CCF: A History in Badges

10 November 2020

Wellington College is delighted to have recently added to its historical collections this metal badge, believed to be the first cap badge worn by the College’s Rifle Volunteer Corps, now the CCF. Volunteer Forces are as old as the College itself, having been first set up in 1859. The Crimean War had highlighted the difficulty […]

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