COVID-19

Since 20th March 2020, in accordance with government guidance, Wellington College has been closed.

The College has now moved to an extensive online academic and co-curricular programme. Our staff will be working harder than ever to provide the highest quality educational experience over the coming months.

Admissions

If you have any questions about Admissions, please contact us here

On May 2nd, we hosted our first ever Virtual Visitors Day. If you would like to watch a recording of this event, please contact admissions@wellingtoncollege.org.uk

We are so sorry that we are currently unable to welcome visitors to Wellington, but hope that the videos and images on the website will give a good indication of the beauty and atmosphere of the College.

In addition, the Director of Admissions is available for daily question and answer sessions, and later in the term, we intend to offer a live question and answer session with the Master and pupils. Please contact Admissions for more information.

What is Wellington doing for the community during COVID-19?

At this time of national crisis, the College is working in various ways to make a meaningful contribution to wider society.

Over the last few weeks, the efforts of the Wellington Community has made us deeply proud. Volunteers have been working tirelessly to support vulnerable members of our local community; a team of staff has been leading our partnership work with Frimley Park hospital which includes the production of PPE, the provision of accommodation for key health workers, and even a project to manufacture and supply scrubs for frontline doctors and nurses.

Our prep school, Eagle House, has remained open throughout the past few weeks to educate the children of key workers. The College has offered support to our partner state schools, both academic through the sharing of online resources, and financial, through the provision of food vouchers and food packages for vulnerable children and families.

Other plans are continuously being discussed with key local stakeholders and we hope to contribute further in the coming weeks.

We very much hope that we will be able to re-open the College soon. In the meantime however, we hope that you and your families stay safe and healthy.

04th May 2020