Volunteers from across the school community are working hard to support those across the city of Winchester. Winchester College provided PPE to local organisations and is now the main responder for Winchester City Council's Response Team and supports the NHS Telehealth Service at the Royal Hampshire County Hospital.
Working in partnership with Trinity Winchester and the Salvation Army, school staff make microwaveable meals for vulnerable people in the city, producing and delivering 75 meals, two days a week.
The school has continued its primary maths and other learning programmes to local pupils, via online programmes.
Understanding different cultures and cultivating a sensitivity to the world around you has always been the foundation of a Winchester education.
The Charities Committee is a group of seventeen Sixth Form boys led by the don in charge.
Winchester provides practical support and enrichment opportunities to other schools in the region on an individual school basis
One of our charitable aims is the preservation of the many ancient buildings and their contents. Winchester College maintains eighteen Grade I, six Grade II* and over seventy Grade II listed buildings. Many of these are of national importance and are available to visit through our daily guided tours or through access to our collections and archives.
The school is hugely fortunate in having extensive grounds of approximately 250 acres, including 100 acres of ancient water meadows; 4.5 miles of the River Itchen; 52 acres of playing fields and 11 acres of formal gardens. Many of the grounds maintained by the school are either a public access area, Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) or Special Area of Conservation. The Fallodon Nature Reserve is an SSSI and the main River Itchen with its carriers is a Special Area of Conservation. St. Catherine’s Hill is a public access area and is leased to the Hampshire Wildlife Trust.
29th June 2020
Struck by the terrible hardships facing vulnerable communities in his home city of Bangkok, Toh started making nutritious, tasty food to be delivered to those most in need. In an inspiring postcard, he explains how he's balanced his charity work with his school work.
28th June 2020
Just eighteen days after setting off - from their respective homes - to journey together, virtually, to Everest base camp, the team has reached its goal and raised over £11, 450 for charity in the process. The two pupils at the fore of organising and promoting the event write about the challenge and what it means to the team and the charity they're supporting.
7th June 2020
Tomorrow a team of 34 boys and 21 staff embark on a virtual Mallory Challenge to run and cycle the equivalent of the distance from Winchester to Everest. They plan to complete the 10,300km in the next three weeks, covering at least one third of the distance on foot.
5th October 2019
Working with the Lotus Flower Trust, teachers led an expedition to Ladakh to help build a home for disabled people, and finished the trip with a Himalayan trek. The boys involved write about their experience.