Latest news from the Wellington Community…

Two OWs names in the 2018 ELLE list of 50 Movers and Shakers

06 June 2018

We are very proud to see two OWs in the 2018 ELLE list of 50 Movers and Shakers of the Moment. The ELLE LIST, in association with THEOUTNET.COM, is a curated list of emerging talent from around the world, including actors, artists, musicians, athletes, activists, photographers, beauty heroes and hell-raisers of every kind. This list […]

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OW Ryan Lumsden (Bn 15) Qualifies for the US Open

05 June 2018

Ryan Lumsden (Bn 15) has won through local and sectional qualifying to reach the US Open at Shinnecock Hills from 14th – 17th June. He shot six under par total to qualify alongside Major winners Adam Scott and Keegan Bradley, who had to endure the gruelling 36-hole qualifying event in Columbus, Ohio. He joins the […]

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The gift to Wellington of Queen Victoria, Edward VII, George V, Edward VIII, George VI and HM The Queen….

19 May 2018

…returns to Wellington in the form of the ‘Illustrated London News’. This is the last of the ‘Royal Libraries’ restored this year (Benson and Beresford have the others). In many ways it is the most remarkable: Queen Victoria gave the first copies of the Illustrated London News, a newspaper published weekly with etched/ mezzotint prints, […]

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WOW Campaign Launched at Apsley House

16 May 2018

On  the 15th May, we launched a new campaign that aims to extend dramatically our bursary provision, widening access to those who would not otherwise be able to attend the College. Graciously hosted by Arthur Wellesley, Earl of Mornington, in the Duke of Wellington’s ancestral London home, Apsley House. Wellington College was established in 1859 to […]

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Update your details

08 May 2018

Make sure to inform the Wellington Community office if your details change. It is easy to do, either drop us an email at community@wellingtoncollege.org.uk or you can directly do it on Wellington Connect. Simple log-on as you usually would. Then click the settings button in the top right hand corner, and select ‘update profile‘ from […]

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Curran brothers become first siblings to play cricket together for England in the 21st century!

07 May 2018

England selected siblings Tom and Sam Curran for the T20 matches against Australia and India. While both players have represented England at the international level, the T20 matches will be first time the two will get an opportunity to play together for the senior England team. In fact, the Currans are the first siblings to play together for England in the […]

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Barrow siblings take part in hottest ever London Marathon, fundraising for the Ron Pickering Memorial Fund.

23 April 2018

Charlie (Bn 13), Katie (C 16) & George Barrow (S 19) took part in hottest ever London Marathon, fundraising for the Ron Pickering Memorial Fund. From L to R Charlie: 4 hrs 10 Katie: 5 hrs 2 George: 4 hrs 45. “Now that we are all over eighteen  we thought it would be the perfect […]

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The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst Sovereign’s Parade

16 April 2018

On Friday 13th April 2018, at the Royal Military Academy Sanhurst Sovereign’s Parade, OW William Andrew Louis McCreadie was awarded the best cadet of the commissioning course 172 intake. The Sword of Honour was awarded to Senior Under Officer William Andrew Louis McCreadie Considered by the Commandant to be the Best Cadet in the across the […]

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OW Morgan Lake (Hn 15) secures a silver medal at the Commonwealth Games

15 April 2018

OW Morgan Lake (Hn 15) won a silver medal at the Commonwealth Games with high jump, her first appearance in the championship. The high jump battle came down to a contest between Morgan and St Lucian Levern Spencer, the only two competitors who were able to clear 1.93m. “It’s my first championship medal and it’s […]

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OW Rachel Parish (Ap 99) took part in the Commonwealth Games

12 April 2018

Rachel Parish took part in her third Commonwealth Games appearance on the Gold Coast in April. Parish, an A & E doctor currently working at the Queens Medical Centre in Nottingham, won two medals at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne but her discipline – women’s doubles trap pairs – was dropped from both the […]

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OW Will Wilson (S 15) makes world series debut at the Cathy Pacific HSBC Hong Kong Sevens

05 April 2018

Will Wilson, a No 8 who will also take up a professional contract with English Premiership side Wasps this summer, started rugby as a mini for Dubai Exiles aged five. Now 21, he has been called into the England senior side for the first time on the HSBC World Sevens Series for the Hong Kong […]

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Summer Term Programme

29 March 2018

The new Wellington Community events programme for the Lent term has just been launched. We hope you were able to enjoy some of the varied events and opportunities that we ran last year which were designed to reinforce, support and build on the unique relationship that we all have with Wellington College and with one […]

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The Old Wellingtonian Sailing Association is celebrating its 20th anniversary year

21 March 2018

This is a fantastic year for the OWSA, and we have three upcoming events for OWs aged under 35, and OWs of all ages for the racing event, who are interested in sailing or learning more about the OWSA. Whether you’re keen to socialise with like minded sailors, interested in dipping your toe into sailing, […]

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Pastoral Talk: are you an 18 second doctor?

21 February 2018

The same technology that brings us closer to those far away, takes us far away from the people that we are close to. On Saturday 3rd February we explored how to be more present and to listen more deeply and fully with your colleagues, friends, family and especially your children, and to make a real […]

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Empower Her Voice: Mothers in the Arts

20 February 2018

OW India Ayles (O 13) is organising an event entitled ‘Empower Her Voice: Mothers in the Arts’. The event is taking place at the Royal College of Art on the 26th April 2018. Empower Her Voice is an organisation which aims to promote education and create discussion amongst women around the world. They focus on […]

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Wellington International Rugby Tour Sponsorship Opportunity

16 February 2018

Dear all, Thank you all so much for considering our plea for auction prizes and thank you for all your donations so far. Please find within this letter various kit sponsorship opportunities that may be of interest to yourselves or the companies you may work for or indeed friends you may wish to inform about […]

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Third Form Enterprise Programme

26 January 2018

We are looking for volunteers for our 3rd Form Enterprise programme. At the end of Summer term, we are looking for a number of businesses that can take 10 or so pupils for a morning and explain how their business works. This is a great way for our newest additions to the Wellington Community to […]

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Pastoral Talk: Growth Mindsets

18 January 2018

On Saturday 13th January Ian Morris talked about what is probably the most influential piece of education research ever conducted. In the 1980s, Professor Carol Dweck started to conduct research into the effect of a person’s beliefs about their own intelligence on the progress that they made with learning. Her research was ground-breaking and shows […]

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OW Ice Skating 2017 at Somerset House

19 December 2017

We had a lovely time at Somerset House ice-skating, with OWs of all ages and their families. After an hour on the ice, we adjourned to Penthorne’s Bar for some much earned Hot Chocolate, Mulled Wine and Mince Pies. A lovely festive way to spend an afternoon. Keep an eye out in the Michaelmas 2018 […]

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Actually Murray

19 December 2017

A festive thank you video from Murray Lindo (Head of the Wellington Community) for all the support we receive from OWs, Parents, Staff, Volunteers and Students throughout the year.

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Lent term events

18 December 2017

The new Wellington Community events programme for the Lent term has just been launched. We hope you were able to enjoy some of the varied events and opportunities that we ran last year which were designed to reinforce, support and build on the unique relationship that we all have with Wellington College and with one […]

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Drug and Alcohol Awareness for Parents

25 November 2017

On Saturday 25th November, Steven Mervish, from Drugs Online Education, who has a host of experience of drug and alcohol education within schools, gave a pastoral talk on Drug and Alcohol Awareness for Parents. This gave parents the opportunity to see what their children are learning about a potentially life-threatening subject. Download further information here: […]

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Gardening Society

23 October 2017

Our first Wellington Community Gardening Society gathering was on Thursday 12th October and we had a fantastic turnout of over 40 members from the Community. Jamie Butterworth, RHS Ambassador and RHS Show Plant Manager, delivered our first talk; Jamie is only 22 but was so knowledgeable and inspirational, he really got everyone enthused about their […]

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Resilience: Putting it in Perspective

20 October 2017

On Saturday 7th October Ian Morris explored further themes of the wellbeing curriculum which supports Wellington pupils through the challenging elements of the adolescent years. View the Pastoral Talk video now by clicking here… All Pastoral Talk videos are password protected – if you wish to watch the video but have not received a password please […]

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This year's Wellington Community Parent Trip will be to the beautiful Vicenza, Italy led by our amazing Head of Art… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…