Wellington School is located in a small rural town in the South West of England. The day and boarding school has excellent facilities including modern and well-equipped boarding houses. Boarding staff provide committed, individual care for the boarding boys and girls, both academically and pastorally. The school values highly its international students who contribute so significantly to life in the school community.
AddressWellington, Somerset, TA21 8NT, England, UK
Total number of pupils: 680
Number of boarders: 140
Percentage of international pupils: 10%
Girls / Boys: 306 / 374
Teacher: pupil ratio: 1:9
Size of Sixth Form: 150
Termly boarding fee in Sixth Form: Academic year Sept 13/14: £8,863
Academic curriculum: GCSE (two-year and one-year course), A Levels
SportsAthletics, Badminton, Basketball, Climbing, Fencing (GB fencing champions), Football, Hockey, Netball, Tennis, Sailing, Squash, Swimming, Table Tennis, Trampolining. 'Elite Athlete' coaching for Cricket and Rugby. CCF, Corps of Drums and Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme.
The ArtsA reputation for Drama and Music. The first Steinways School in England, with 15 beautiful Steinway pianos.
Did you know?Two of the boarding houses have traditionally been known as Darks and Lights, named after the colours of the universities of Oxford and Cambridge.