On Thursday 5 May, an audience of over 300 gathered in Flint Court for Resilience 2022, a sustainable fashion show in aid of local children’s charity Naomi House & Jacksplace. The event grew out of the College's pupil-led Sustainable Fashion Society, whose members include students from St Swithun's School, and a new collaboration with Peter Symonds College to bring the project to fruition.
The first event of its kind for the College, 60 young people came together to source and curate outfits from Naomi House & Jacksplace’s Winchester shop. Others were involved backstage with make-up and wardrobe.
Winchester College band Arcane opened the evening, and the audience was treated to a catwalk showcasing an innovative take on sustainable fashion.
All garments featured in the show were sold through an online auction in aid of the charity, which together with ticket sales, amounted to a total of £1,690.47 raised.
7th June 2023
June is Pride month. Pupils and staff reflect on what Pride means to them in a short film.
22nd May 2023
A mock General Election was held at the College as part of the Widening Perspectives society's aim to expose pupils to a wide range of views and opinions.
16th May 2023
After leaving the College, scholarship winner and music exhibitioner Thomas Sharrock, now at the University of Pennsylvania, reflects on his time in Winchester.
2nd May 2023
In April, a team of seven College students travelled to the Brecon Beacons to participate in the Duke of Edinburgh Gold Practice Expedition.
1st May 2023
The Drew Travel Art scholarships returned in 2023 with independent study trips to Madrid, Dubai, Athens and Berlin. The resulting work is on display in the Angelus Gallery this May.
25th April 2023
A team of Winchester College pupils has won US$25,000 as runners-up in an international sustainability competition.