In this weeks episode of ‘Out of the Archives’, Caroline talks about the biggest fire that Wellington College has ever experienced.
Sareena discusses the importance of International Women’s Day in this weeks edition of the International Show.
Streaming, social media, games. All things we enjoy as a form of entertainment. This is the case for many young people like us across the world. But under this common engagement, how do cultures differ? Let’s hear what Richard and Mary have to say about it…
In this week’s Fireside Talk, Stuart Block shares his experiences of cycling through Africa and Asia on his tandem bike. A previous Head of Economics at Cranleigh School, Stuart will explain what he learnt, from the importance of infrastructure and the mobile phone, to ridiculous ‘white elephant’ investments and bizarre government policy.
In the wake of the current Coronavirus situation, what health epidemics has the College faced in the past? And how did they deal with them? Caroline Jones explains in this weeks episode of ‘Out of the Archives’.
In this weeks show, Molly & Zoey discussed the situation of girls in STEM subjects at Wellington College and talked about some different female scientists.
Black holes, dark matter, the Big Bang and the limits of modern science. If you’ve ever wondered about the beginning of the universe and whether we are really alone, then this is the Fireside talk for you.
The History department hosts another Question Time evening for pupils at Wellington College.
What was life like for the first girls at Wellington? How did they cope in a male-dominated environment? Caroline Jones recounts the experiences of the first girls to join Wellington College in this episode of ‘Out of the Archives’.
In this presentation, Mr Craig explores the key issues and themes of the opening scene, with particular emphasis on the monstrosity of Iago.