School Profile :- Wellington College

Wellington College is a British co-educational boarding and day independent school in the village of Crowthorne, Berkshire. Wellington is a registered charity and currently has about 1,050 pupils aged between 13 and 18. It was built as a national monument to the first Duke of Wellington (1769–1852), after whom the College is named. Her Majesty Queen Victoria laid the foundation stone in 1856 and inaugurated the School’s public opening on 29 January 1859. The college was designed by John Shaw, Jr., who had also previously worked as an architect for Eton College.

Wellington College stands on a 400-acre (estate in South-East England, near Reading, Berkshire. The grounds of the college include a golf course and woodland in addition to playing fields. The woodland area of the college is listed as a local nature reserve called Edgbarrow Woods.

Global Social Leaders are proud to partner with and host our annual 1-day conference and the 12-day World Summit at Wellington College.  We partner with the Wellington Leadership Institute, to design and deliver our programmes at Wellington, click here to read more about our partnership developed over the last ten years.

GSL | WORLD SUMMIT 2018

Wellington College
6th – 17th August 2018

This is a prestigious annual 12-day residential programme at Wellington College in the UK.

Find out more about how you can reserve your place on the programme you’ll never forget.

GSL | CATALYST 2018

Queen’s College
Course 1: 8th – 14th July 2018
Course 2: 29th July – 4th August 2018

We are holding two GSL Catalysts one-week residential programmes at Queen’s College, UK open to school, individual and group bookings.

GSL | STEAM 2018

Queen’s College
16th – 27th July 2018

For 2018, we will be launching a new programme designed to develop the innovators of tomorrow at Queen’s College in the UK.

STEAM is an educational approach to learning that uses Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics for guiding student inquiry, dialogue, and critical thinking.