During a frosty week at the start of November, the new Duncan Louis Stewart NHS Fellow, Dan Wright, led pupils in their first survival training sessions. Boys from the upper years enjoyed learning bushcraft skills as part of one of their Div sessions, whilst younger boys were able to join in over the weekend.
The Duncan Louis Stewart NHS Fellowship aims to give more students opportunities to experience the outdoors and understand their environment. The extensive natural environment on our doorstep offers plenty of space for investigation and a rich biodiversity to explore.
The location for the boys' camp on this occasion was Gunners Hole Island, the original school natural swimming pool. Pupils were taught the basics of fire building, lighting and cooking outside, with bacon, vegan sausages and marshmallows as the reward for their hard work.
29th June 2021
Sixth Form pupils have launched their new companies for Young Enterprise 2021 after a year of planning and development.
28th June 2021
Through our long-term partnership with the Butterfly Conservation group, Winchester College pupils are helping restore local habitats to promote biodiversity.
22nd June 2021
Winchester College has entered a new partnership with Andover College to enable them to run a CCF programme for its students.
14th June 2021
On Sunday 13 June, we hosted the premiere of our Sixty Second Cinema film competition, showcasing the creativity and ingenuity of our first year film makers.
13th June 2021
A number of our Community Service projects seek to make an important environmental impact. The teacher leading our rewilding project in Berkshire, Adam Rattray, explains the context and the progress that has already been made.
28th April 2021
On 28 April 2021, the College's political society welcomed the Rt. Hon. Jacob Rees-Mogg MP to a virtual event for boys and staff. The talk covered a diverse range of topics, from Mr Rees-Mogg's position as Leader of the House of Commons to his vision for the country and how to improve socio-economic equality.