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Review: Dr Brian Marien

Category: Speakers, General, Academic

Mental health is such an important part of everyday life, affecting over one in four of us at some point. The Upper Sixth were lucky enough to have a talk on Mental health by Dr Marien, a qualified doctor and psychologist from Positive Group, and the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust.It was... More »

Review: Battle of the Bands

Category: Music, General, Community

The Battle of the Bands is now an established fixture, which heralds the beginning of the Summer Term to good effect.  There is a respectful and convivial atmosphere within the marquee in Court as pupils, staff, friends and family mingle to witness an eclectic mixture of songs all of which are... More »

Chamber Music Concert: St George’s Church

Category: Music, General, Community

The musical life at Marlborough was further enriched last Friday by an exciting new venture masterminded by our new Head of Strings, Mr Hector Scott. Twelve pupil musicians showcased their talents in a chamber music concert at St George’s Church, Preshute, a visually and acoustically appropriate... More »

25th Wills Writing Awards Competition

Category: Academic

Congratulations to Beth Ransome (IH Re), who won the U15 class in the 25th Wills Writing Awards competition. As well as receiving a £250 prize for her short story, a trophy for herself and a trophy for the College, Beth enjoyed a tour of one of the largest yards in Newmarket and a day at the Craven... More »

Gallery: Geography Fieldwork

Category: Academic

Pupils have just returned from the Lower Sixth Geography fieldwork trip to Swanage. There were studies of Studland Sand Dunes, Swanage Coastal Management and Urban Deprivation in Boscombe, Bournemouth.Click here for a gallery of images from the three-day trip. More »

May Day Madrigals

Category: Music, General, Community

To complement a rather damp, chilly but still morning, a reflective start in the key of G minor seemed entirely appropriate for the annual May Day Madrigals on the Bradleian arches.  The Choir is in excellent voice this year (even at 8am in the morning) and as the sunlight dawned during Jim... More »

Choral Evensong at St Paul's Cathedral

Category: Music, General, Community

Members of the Chapel Choir were privileged to return to St Paul's on Tuesday 25th April to sing Evensong, our third visit in as many years. The awe-inspiring building provides both rewards and challenges to singers: there's nothing quite like hearing a perfectly tuned 'Amen' sail around the... More »

Review: Life after Marlborough

Category: Pupil Achievements, General, Community

On Wednesday 19th April five OM’s returned to the College to talk to the Upper Sixth about what life is like after Marlborough. They gave a lot of really good advice and I thought it was very useful to hear from people who three or four years ago were sitting where we sat, having had the same... More »

Medical and Veterinary Science Offers

Category: Academic, General, Pupil Achievements

The demands upon those hoping to win an offer to read Medicine or Veterinary Science are extremely daunting: years of holiday work experience, early application, starry A level predictions, an impressive performance in the extra examinations, and the demonstration of a range of exceptional... More »

Fives Champions

Category: Sport

Marlborough has new National Champions! On their home courts this Sunday, Ibby Lee (NC L6) and Anna Laakkonen (MO L6) defeated all comers to win the National U18 Championships. They saw off competition from Malvern, Rugby, Alleyn's, Eastbourne and finally Christ's Hospital to cap a great season... More »

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