Led by a committee comprising Friends of Wellington (FOW) and staff, the annual Wellington Summer Festival is an amazing opportunity for the Wellington community to celebrate pupils’ creativity and to share the Wellington spirit in a relaxing environment.
Summer Festival 2017
Saturday 22 April 11:00 – 3:00pm
Join the Wellington community for the third Wellington College Summer Festival. In keeping with this year’s theme of the “Great Outdoors”, a variety of new activities have been added to the festival’s schedule, including pony rides, a petting zoo, bouncy castle, climbing wall, archery, skate boarding, Lego workshops, ‘Sponge the Teacher’ (always a popular one!); on-stage entertainment and much more. We have already mentioned that there are a few surprises in store which will be revealed on the day itself, for now you’ll just have to be patient!
A festival isn’t a festival without some truly tasty foods to sample and this year guarantees to delight: we have over 15 food vendors participating at the event, so make sure you come along hungry as you will definitely be heading home contentedly full.
Everyone attending will also have the chance to support the Baobei Foundation by entering our charity raffle, perhaps you might even win a prize too! This is an event open to the whole of the Wellington Community as well as the general public – please don’t hesitate to bring your friends along.
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This is an event not to be missed!
Summer Festival 2016
28 May 2016 — 2:30pm – 6:30pm
Following the success of last year’s Fayre, Wellington College International Shanghai was proud to hold its second Summer Festival on Saturday 28th May. Led by a committee comprising Friends of Wellington (FOW) and staff, this year’s Summer Festival was an amazing opportunity for the Wellington community to celebrate its pupils’ creativity and to share the Wellington spirit in a relaxing environment.
Summer Fayre 2015
Saturday 16 May — 2pm – 5pm
The Summer Fayre is Wellington’s biggest family event of the year. In 2015, the Fayre emulated a typical British fete including a full programme of stage performances, children’s activities and a wonderful array of Tombola and Raffle Prizes.
Around the field, children were able to participate in traditional British age-appropriate activities hosted by classroom in the Pre-Prep and Prep School as well as by House in the Senior School. Highlights of the event for both children and adults included the Fire Engine, Sponge-the-Teacher and Tug-of-War!