Combermere

The only in-College girls boarding House, the Combermere opened in its current guise in 2007 and overlooks the Combermere Quad - one the central social areas of the school - within a stone's throw of the Dining-Hall, Chapel and Music School.

The HM

Prior to joining Wellington in 2014, Libby Fisher spent 14 years working in the City as a headhunter focusing on investment banking and, for the last two years before moving to Crowthorne, combined this with leading the commercial initiatives for Middlesex County Cricket Club at Lord’s.

Combermere HM

She founded Libby Fisher Associates in 2009 having started her headhunting career at The Rose Partnership. Before that, Libby spent eight years teaching at Wycombe Abbey where she was a Housemistress and teacher of Music. Educated at King’s Canterbury and Christ Church, Oxford, where she earned an MA in Music, Libby is passionate about cricket and cooking!

The House

The Combermere is the only in-College boarding house for girls – being situated in a central position it has easy access to the library, dining-hall, music school and all social areas of the college. In addition to its unique location, the house is recognised for its fun, energetic and friendly atmosphere. The Combermere throws itself wholeheartedly into all aspects of school life – being a consistent front-runner in all house events it undoubtedly carries one of the most lively and envied spirits in the college. The central common room is a focal point of the house and facilitates the natural integration between the years along with creating the warm, hard-working and fun environment under which all the girls flourish. Whilst the house thrives under the healthy competitiveness of the school, the Combermere has established itself as a relaxing sanctuary created by the friendliness of both the staff and the pupils.