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Community 2018-01-18T17:29:46+00:00

Your humanity   – helping others

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Building Futures

Building Futures is a charitable project set up to support and encourage education and learn about cultures in less economically developed regions of the world.

We are looking for enthusiastic people who aren’t afraid of challenges. Two projects are currently set up in Nepal. One project for women involves paying for trainers to come and teach them how to knit and make crafts that can be sold to make a profit to pay for their own academic education. Also, two schools have been supported by Wellington funds in the past, sponsoring students, teachers, and curriculum needs.

Students have made cultural exchange visits to both schools. Involved students are passionate, responsible, creative, prepared to be involved in fundraising, and willing to commit to provide and develop an on-going, sustainable support program.

Who is it open to? Anyone
Where does it take place? TBC
When does it happen? Wednesday, 7.30pm
Who is in charge? Max Bonnefoy, Max Benkert

Equity and Inclusion

Equity and Inclusion is a discussion-based group considering how individuals relate to each other, and asking questions such as:

  • How do we talk about things that are difficult to talk about?
  • Do we decide the difficult things are just too difficult to talk about and refuse to talk at all?
  • Do we try to understand other points of view, or do we leap to judge them?
  • Do we try and reach out to others, even when we’ve lost the argument and they’re not making the effort to engage with us?
  • Do we insist on our ‘safe spaces’, or do we work together to make the world a safer space for everyone?
Who is it open to? Anyone
Where does it take place? TBC
When does it happen? Thursday Week A, 6pm – 7pm
Who is in charge? Mrs Brown

Get Started!

If you have any questions about the information below please contact the named staff in charge or contact Mr Kirkham on sjk@wellingtoncollege.org.uk. Similarly, if you wish to adapt or create a club yourself email or chat to Mr Kirkham. We warmly welcome pupil led activities and will support you in any way we can.

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