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Copenhagen Cup Report

Category: Sport, General, Pupil Achievements

The Marlborough College Polo team finished runner-up in the Copenhagen Shield, held at Guards Polo Club on Sunday 21st May.After a 3-2 win over Eton at the semi-final stage, Marlborough lost 3-2 to Harrow in a thrilling final.Captain Oli Fanshawe (C3 U6) led by example and his hard work and... More »

Review: Music Technology Recital

Category: Music, General

The Music Tech ‘concert’ was, once again, an effective and persuasive presentation of various tasks associated with AS and A2 Music Technology.  It’s a nice vibe as pupils sit around the Goodison Hall and appreciate each other’s talents both in a technical and practical capacity.  The... More »

New Master Announcement

Category: General

The Council of Marlborough College is delighted to announce that it has appointed Mrs Louise Moelwyn-Hughes to take over as Master in succession to Mr Jonathan Leigh, who will retire in August 2018 after six outstanding years of service. Mrs Moelwyn-Hughes is currently Head of St Edmund’s... More »

Video: Ralph Salmins

Category: Music, General, Speakers

The College was very pleased to receive world-renowned percussionist and kit player, Ralph Salmins for a day of workshops, classes and one-to-one teaching.  Ralph is recognised as being one of the leading exponents in his field and his clear enthusiasm and love for his music was very evident... More »

Charles Barclay - Royal Astronomical Society

Category: Academic

On Friday 12th May, at the 2017 Annual General Meeting in Burlington House, Piccadilly, Charles Barclay was elected Vice-President of the Royal Astronomical Society (RAS). Charles teaches Physics and Astronomy at the College, and is, in fact, Director of the Blackett Observatory, Head of Astronomy,... More »

Blog: Does winning matter?

Category: Sport

Does winning matter? Creating a long-term athlete development plan at Marlborough College As coaches, education is of top priority for both the pupils, staff and ourselves. To further this, continual professional development is a constant topic within the Athletic Development department. To expand... More »

Review: Levon Biss

Category: Speakers, General, Academic

On Thursday 4th May, photographer Levon Biss gave a talk entitled ‘Microsculpture: the insect portraits of Levon Biss’. Appealing to a mixture of biology and photography students, he talked about how he ended up taking astonishingly high resolution insect pictures. One of his images, as seen on the... More »

20th College ERGO competition

Category: Sport, General, Pupil Achievements

The 20th College ERGO competition took place this week and it has been a record breaking year. The Girls' Upper School record fell and C2 won the House Shield for a third time after 11 years off the top spot.  Breagha Campbell (MM U6) smashed the Upper School girls' record by 18.7 seconds with... More »

Review: Professor Robert Bickers

Category: Academic, General, Speakers

On Friday 28th April, we were lucky enough to have Professor Robert Bickers from the University of Bristol give a talk on China’s 20th Century History and the Role of the West. Not only is Professor Bickers a member of the Department of History and Historical Studies at the University of Bristol,... More »

Prep School Directors of Music Day

Category: Music, General, Events

On Tuesday 2nd May, Marlborough welcomed the directors of music from 23 prep schools alongside 51 Year Six pupils for a full and varied day of musical outreach and networking.Following a registration and greeting from PTD in the Memorial Hall, the delegates were treated to a trip to Norwood ahead... More »

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