Wellington College has many policies to ensure the best possible care for children and the adults in our community.

Essential Policies:

Anti-Bullying Policy

Complaints Procedure

Modern Slavery Policy

Privacy Notice

Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy

In addition to the five policies noted above, the following policies, among others, are available by contacting the Deputy Head (Teaching Staff Development), Mrs Katy Granville-Chapman. If you do not have access to email, then please address queries to Mrs Dinah Ford, PA to the Senior Leadership Team, Wellington College, Crowthorne, Berkshire RG45 7PU.

  • Academic Support Handbook (SEND Policy)
  • Admissions Policy
  • British Values Policy
  • Curriculum Policy
  • Day Trip Policy
  • EAL Policy and Handbook
  • Fire Orders and Procedures
  • Fire Policy
  • First Aid Policy
  • Health and Safety Policy
  • Investigations Policy
  • Parental Complaints Policy
  • Policy for pupils with EHC Plans
  • Residential Trip Policy
  • Risk Assessment Policy
  • Sanctions Policy
  • Searches Policy
  • Sports Injury Policy
  • Staff recruitment and selection policy
  • Supervision of Pupils Policy
  • Terms and Conditions for Admissions
  • Three Year Accessibility Plan 2016-19
  • Use of Reasonable Force When constraining pupils policy
  • Weekends Policy
  • Wellbeing Programme (PSHE and SMSC)
  • Whole Site Risk Assessment

Specific issues about welfare should be addressed to the Deputy Head (Pastoral), Mr James Dahl or the Designated Safeguarding Lead, Mrs Delyth Lynch.

The Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads are Mr Dan ClementsMr James Dahl, Mrs Jessica GovesMs Gaby Moretti Chambers and Dr Guy Williams.

The Chairman of the College’s Governing Body is The Vice-President, Mr Peter Mallinson. Letters should be sent to The Vice-President, Mr Peter Mallinson, c/o The Bursar, Wellington College, Crowthorne, Berkshire. RG45 7PU. Tel: 01344 444 020.

The Master of Wellington College is Mr Julian Thomas.