Wellington College

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Wellington College, an Independent Coeducational School in Berkshire was established in 1859 as a memorial to the Duke of Wellington, “the greatest Englishman that ever lived”. While the College upholds its great traditions of loyalty and service it remains unparalleled in its energy, restlessly seeking after excellence in the education it offers and its drive to lead UK education in the Twenty First Century.

Despite being one of the largest co-educational boarding schools in the country (we have over 1000 pupils, of whom more than 80% board), we are also one of the most popular and demand for our places has never been higher.

Wellington is  proud keeper of the Field Gun tradition, and we are delighted to be representing all Field Gunners, past, present and future at the Tournament.