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Gap Year and University Fair

Category: General, Academic

On Monday 12th June, the L6 attended the 2017 Gap Year and University Fair to try to figure out what sorts of steps they might take after Marlborough.Many decided the best they could do at this stage was mull this over with a free brownie provided by the company that was doing a rather good job of... More »

Exercise Celtic Warrior

Category: CCF

Lower Sixth CCF Cadets have just returned from a three-day exercise in the Brecon Beacons.19 cadets travelled to Sennybridge Training Area in Wales for a range of activities from Wednesday 24th through until Friday 26th May. They were were put through their paces conducting an infiltration march in... More »

U6 Arabic Achievement

Category: Academic, General, Pupil Achievements

Three Upper Sixth Arabic students, Victoria Sjodin (LI), Erik Dell (CO) and Olivia Newbon (MO), celebrate the completion of their Arabic courses with Certificates of Achievement.Victoria has recently sat the AS Arabic examination, while Erik and Olivia have followed the Marlborough Arabic... More »

Timothy Betjeman at Marlborough

Category: Art, General, Events

The final exhibition by Artist in Residence Timothy Betjeman will take place from Saturday 10th June through until Sunday 25th June.The preview evening takes place in the Mount House Gallery on Friday 9th June from 6-9pm.About Timothy BetjemanBorn in New York City in 1982 and based in London since... More »

Chinese Trip to V&A and Chinatown

Category: Academic, General, Trips

On Thursday 25th May, Remove Chinese pupils enjoyed a Chinese themed excursion to the V&A museum and Chinatown. The day began with a visit to the ‘China Room’ at the V&A. This is one of the most comprehensive and important collections of Chinese art outside East Asia, with pieces dating... More »

Review: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe

Category: Drama

Mike Ponsford and Ginny Brown’s production of The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe was a magical trip through the eyes of children living through the Second World War.  This stark, minimalist adaptation brought the mysterious world of Narnia to life built from the debris of war. ... More »

Programme: Commemoration and Prize Day

Category: General

A special programme was produced for Commemoration and Prize Day, held at Marlborough on Saturday 27th May. If you missed the Commemoration and Prize Day programme then please click here to read an online version.For the 2016 programme, please click here. More »

Flight Centre Schools Triathlon

Category: Community, General

720 children took part in the Flight Centre Schools Triathlon at Marlborough College on Sunday 21st May, to help raise £250,000 for charity.Restless Development, a youth-led development charity, partnered with leading schools to organise a schools’ triathlon series. The four triathlons took place... More »

Review: Orchestral and Ensembles Gala Concert

Category: Music, General, Events

The final large-ensembles concert of the academic year inevitably evokes a combination of joy and sadness. Friday evening’s concert showed exactly that; it was a celebration of the incredible standard of music-making that goes on week in week out at the College, as well as a chance to thank and bid... More »

Marlborough College Summer School

Category: General, Community, Events

Now celebrating its 43rd year, Marlborough College Summer School will run from 9th July to 5th August 2017 and host an amazing array of courses. The popularity of Summer School is undoubtedly underpinned by the phrase “something for everyone”. Catering for students from three years old through to... More »

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