About Us
Heritage

Heritage

Wellington College in England was founded by Queen Victoria in 1859 as a national monument to Britain’s most renowned military figure, the Duke of Wellington, Field Marshal Arthur Wellesley, who also served the country with distinction twice as Prime Minister.

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Vision and Mission

Vision and Mission

Our vision is to aspire to create a caring, international community that develops well-rounded individuals with strong values and the skills to thrive within an ever-changing world.

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Identity and Values

Identity and Values

What do we want Wellingtonians to be and to become?

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Governance

Governance

Wellington College China (WCC) aims to establish schools that, over time, can flourish with high levels of autonomy.

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Our People

Our People

Wellington College China strives to provide excellent international holistic education. Having successfully established three international schools in Tianjin, Shanghai, and Hangzhou; two bilingual schools in Shanghai and Hangzhou; three bilingual nurseries in Tianjin, Shanghai, and Hangzhou; and an A Level Centre in Tianjin over the last decade, in 2022 we welcome two more bilingual schools in Nantong and Jiashan into our Wellington family.

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Festival of Education

Festival of Education

The Festival of Education provides opportunity for debate about education and the place it has in a rapidly changing world.

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