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  We are delighted to announce Jonas Nagel CEO & Founder of 4 different companies in various fields, as the host of our first Life Beyond Wellington talk of the Summer term. This session is aimed at anyone wants to find out more about a career within the digital marketing industry and current students, OWs […]

  Natasha started her career at a small publishing business straight from university in the early ’90s. After 5 years she moved to Emap to run the commercial part of women’s magazines division, including brands like Elle, Red and Heat.  After having her sons she then moved to the business to business side of EMAP running, magazines, […]

Marty talks to student council member Kevin Yin about the new student voice initiative that has recently been implemented at Huili school Hangzhou.

  Mark Milliken-Smith, Q.C. specialises in criminal, regulatory and sports law, is our Law career opportunity group leader and Governor and he hosted a fascinating session alongside 3 brilliant OWs; Chris Macfarlane: VP, Associate General Counsel at Peloton Interactive, Harry Orpen-Smellie: Dispute Resolution Associate at Seladore Legal and India Flanagan: Barrister at Thomas More Chambers. […]

  Are you potentially interested in a career relating to the Medical and Health professions? If so, we would recommend you listen to this pre-recorded ‘In Conversation’ session with OW Eleanor Downey who talks us through what she has been doing since Wellington and her medical career. Eleanor’s passion and enthusiasm for the medical profession […]

  In an interview with station manager Lucas Ferguson, one of the incoming Deputy Heads of College Ned talks to DukeBox about his experience with the Hidden Figures event at Wellington College, as well as his own thoughts on diversity and inclusion, both within the College and the world at large.

Marty talks to school councilor Daisy Zhang in episode 1 of the new Wellbeing podcast series. They discuss Daisy’s Edfest presentation, five key points to decode adolescent communication, “STAGED”. In this podcast Daisy explains the idea behind her Edfest presentation, what “STAGED” is and discusses ‘S’ in detail, ‘Significance’.

Marty is joined by Richard Armstrong director of Co-Curricular activities at Wellington College Hangzhou to talk about the upcoming Education Festival, EdFest.

Baz Reilly talks to Miss Ma about the Li House charity event for world Down Syndrome day.

  Deputy Head of Co-Curricular Iain Sutcliffe talks to Lucas Ferguson about his experiences with boxing growing up, from starting in a rough area of Leeds to winning championships at the University of Oxford, featuring specially curated music selections. He also discusses his techniques for coping psychologically with high-pressure situations and offers advice on what […]