Within the walls of Winchester College, pupils find a safe and inspiring world. Pupils are encouraged to expand their horizons and participate in school trips. Some form part of academic courses, such as Modern Foreign Languages or History, and occur during term. Most optional trips take place during the school holidays.
Any necessary vaccinations are usually given in the medical centre.
Financial support, particularly for trips considered an essential part of the normal curriculum, may be available. Please visit our Bursaries page for more information.
“We’ve been cliff jumping off Jurassic Limestone sea arches, paddleboarding through saltmarshes, walking up volcanoes in Iceland and trekking in the Himalayas.”
John Wright • Don
10th October 2023
Recently, a College team travelled to Lympstone to compete in the 2023 Sir Steuart Pringle trophy.
26th September 2023
On 21 September, a group of College pupils attended the Engineering Your Future Conference at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory in Oxfordshire.
20th June 2023
On Wednesday 14 June, a group of Year 12 geographers from the College traveled to Herefordshire and the Bannau Brycheiniog National Park to undertake residential fieldwork.
2nd May 2023
In April, a team of seven College students travelled to the Brecon Beacons to participate in the Duke of Edinburgh Gold Practice Expedition.
12th March 2023
In early March, pupils from Winchester College attended the 2023 Tonbridge Science Conference where they took in talks from keynote speakers, and delivered their own presentations.
14th June 2022
Pupils working towards their Duke of Edinburgh's Awards have just returned from challenging expeditions to the Peak District and the Lake District. Their volunteering work for the scheme has also been recognised by the Award body.