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Amor's Achievement

Category: Sport

Jamie Amor (C3 U6) returns to College next week, just seven days after helping Wiltshire’s young golfers become English County Boys Champions.Qualifying counties from four regions – South West, South East, North and Midlands - played a round robin of morning foursomes and afternoon singles at Kings... More »

GCSE Congratulations

Category: Academic, General, Pupil Achievements

Congratulations to all of our Lower School pupils, mainly in the Hundred, on their excellent GCSE and IGCSE results this year.Special mention goes to Georgia Gibson (EL), Sarah Mattinson (MM), Aerona Pritchard (MM) and Phillip Springford (C3) who achieved straight A* grades in all of their... More »

Examination Success

Category: Academic, General, Pupil Achievements

As this year’s results come out for our Upper Sixth leavers, we send our warmest congratulations on an outstanding set of results, which complement our excellent IB results from earlier in the summer. We are hugely proud of these pupils, as they should be of themselves.26% of our pupils achieved an... More »

Sport: Looking Ahead

Category: Sport, General

Three Marlborough terms, each with their own unique ‘sporting print’ have flown by in this academic year.  It’s really important to take time to reflect and celebrate on all that has happened (the reports broken down by sport will hopefully give you a taste of this), but also to now turn our... More »

Tour Diary: Chapel Choir Trip

Category: Music

Tour Diary: Chapel Choir Trip, Bayeux & Paris Thirty-one members of the Chapel Choir have just returned from a fantastic five-day tour of France. After a ferry crossing from Portsmouth to Caen (a heady combination of card games and sea sickness) we drove onto Bayeux to rehearse for the... More »

Music education is vital in today's pressured world

Category: Music, General, Community

Much has been written about the need for powerful musical programmes, not least by the supreme role model of Nicola Benedetti. Never has music's influence been more vital than in today's pressured world. The secret lies in its immediate and durable impact, as a tour of the Marlborough College Choir... More »

CCF Annual Summer Camp

Category: CCF

During the last week of term Marlborough College CCF took apart on CCF Annual Summer Camp held at Beckingham Camp in Lincolnshire. I am happy to report that again this year the cadets were on excellent form;  whether on Obstacle course, Drill Square the Live Firing Range or at Rutland... More »

Review: Mount House Exhibition

Category: Art

Radiohaze, by Grace Thomson             Mount House Gallery, 2nd–16th June 2015We've all heard about the perils of the second novel, too often considered not as good as the first. This may be down to the reader but it is the author who... More »

Post GCSE Battlefields Trip

Category: Trips

On 22nd June, as part of the Skill-Up provision for the Hundreds, a group of 12 pupils set off for France for a tour of the Ypres and Somme battlefields. Within the broad scope of an understanding of these huge and terrible killing fields of the Great War, there was the chance to focus on the... More »

IB 2015 Success

Category: Academic

Many congratulations to all of our IB pupils on another excellent set of results this year. Particular mention goes to Rosie Shaw (MO) and Anna Symons (EL) who were both awarded the maximum score of 45 points, a feat achieved by only 0.3% worldwide in 2014.5 pupils achieved 40 points or more... More »

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