The military tent on a blue background forms one of four quadrants of the schoolâ€™s badge and represents the military camp on Wynberg Hill which was first used in 1809 and continues to operate as a military base. The military symbolism is appropriate for Wellington House, given that it is named after Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington, an acclaimed military general who was instrumental in defeating Napoleon Bonaparte and who went on to become the prime Minister of Britain in 1828.
Mr Cliff Hull –Â chull(@)wbhs.org.za (remove parentheses)
Mr C Moore –Â cmoore(@)wbhs.org.za (remove parentheses)
Mrs J de Mink –Â jdemink(@)wbhs.org.zaÂ (remove parentheses)
Mr M Galant –Â mogamatg(@)wbhs.org.zaÂ (remove parentheses)
Ms M Zeeman –Â mzeeman(@)wbhs.org.zaÂ (remove parentheses)
Nic Moss,Â Liam Beardwood,Â Reece Le Roux,Â Tim Rogerson,Â Daryn Bright,Â Geordie Thewlis