Winchester College enjoys strong links with schools in the local area, providing opportunities for pupils from primary and secondary schools to be inspired by our teaching staff and make use of the facilities that the college has to offer. This includes specialist talks and lectures, field work, curriculum-led projects, hands-on sessions in the Treasury, support with university applications and much more. The school is keen to diversify and expand the portfolio of schools that we work with, developing a truly collaborative approach in identifying areas where we can offer support.
Winchester provides practical support to other schools in the region on an individual school basis.
Winchester has developed sustained, individual partnerships with a number of secondary schools and sixth form colleges in the region.
Winchester provides a number of after school activities, clubs and a maths summer school. Parents and pupils are welcome to apply directly to the school for any of these opportunities.
Head of Educational Partnerships
Having previously taught Science at a state secondary school and run science clubs for pre-schoolers and primary school children, I am pleased to join Winchester College as Head of Educational Partnerships. There is enthusiasm to support those pupils who can benefit most from the outstanding education and inspiring teachers that the College has to offer.
I can be contacted on +44 (0)1962 621103 .
13th May 2022
To mark the end of their collaboration as part of the Empower programme, the College's Creative Writing Society met the pupils from Winton Community Academy, to share their writing and explore different techniques and approaches.
8th May 2022
The Natural History Society and guest students from Park Community School in Havant learnt about rhino conservation with Amanda Smith.
31st March 2022
Developing sustained, enriching partnerships with state secondary schools is a core part of the College's Vision for the 21st century.
28th March 2022
Winchester's biannual speaker event, Studium, offers pupils the opportunity to hear from a host of experts in myriad fields, with the aim of broadening perspectives and horizons.
13th March 2022
Winchester has offered support to a local school's new environmental initiative. Youth MP and Sixth Form pupil Dev Sharma recently shared his experiences of climate change activism to inspire pupils as they embark on their own environmental journey with the Eco-Schools project.
24th November 2021
The College hosted ten local primary schools for the annual Cameron Bespolka Memorial Wildlife Lecture, this year with a Wildlife Garden Design competition. Guest speaker, Jonny Owen from the Dorset Wildlife Trust, enthralled the young audience.