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Marlborough College and the Great War in 100 Stories

Category: General

In bringing to a conclusion our commemoration of those Marlburians who died in WW1 we are producing a book to tell the stories of a generation at war. It is a unique journey of reflection through which runs a strong sense of shared Marlborough heritage, experience and memory. Along with the more... More »

Perfect score in Intermediate Maths Challenge

Category: Pupil Achievements

On Thursday 1st February, pupils in six lower-school maths classes entered the Intermediate Maths Challenge.  This competition is run annually by the United Kingdom Mathematics Trust to stimulate problem solving. Pupils are faced with 25 challenging multiple-choice questions to tackle in a... More »

Blog: Finding the balance

Category: Sport

With the next half of Lent Term upon us, this week’s blog will focus on the importance of time management. To help with heavy workloads and the stress, several researchers have studied the implementation of time management strategies and found an improvement in both academic and sporting... More »

Careers Speed Dating Event

Category: General

The Careers 'Hundreds' Speed Dating Event', just 24 hours prior to us making our A Level choices, was a great chance to speak to a variety of people about their careers. With the exception of one man (who worked in cyber security) all the visitors were Old Marlburians, and were in jobs as... More »

Parents’ Pastoral Conference

Category: General, Community, Events

On Sunday 28th January we welcomed 125 parents from the Shell and Remove to the College to hear presentations, share ideas and experience, and talk with one another and with pastoral staff, in an inaugural Parents’ Pastoral Conference.  In a packed Garnett Room, the Master, Jonathan Leigh,... More »

Review: Visual Arts Week

Category: Art

Our students and visitors were treated to an energetic and highly immersive creative week at Marlborough College, combining workshops, talks and a new exhibition ‘Extraordinary Sketchbooks’ involving invited visiting artists.  To open our inaugural Visual Arts Week, highly regarded... More »

Martin Beek: Painter in Residence

Category: General, Art, Events

Oxford based fine art landscape painter, Martin Beek, joined the Marlborough College community to work on location within prominent areas of our campus, throughout the first week of February. Invited to work ‘plein air’ within the College grounds as part of Visual Arts Week, Martin was particularly... More »

Chinese Pupils visit Marlborough

Category: Trips

On Monday 29th January, we were delighted to host a party of six Chinese exchange pupils and accompanying staff for a ten day visit. The pupils were from Fudan Academy, an associate schools of WLSA (World Leading School Association). They were accompanied by Marlburians from the Remove and Hundred... More »

Review: Spanish Exchange

Category: Trips

Galicia welcomed Marlborough’s two linguistic pilgrims with its usual hospitality and, with two days of unseasonal weather, revealed a side to itself that earlier Marlburians had seldom glimpsed in these first months of the year: warmth and sunshine. For Max Olivier (SU U6) and Tom Sykes (C1 U6)... More »

Chemists visit the University of Bristol

Category: Trips

Lower Sixth Chemists visited the Chemistry department at the University of Bristol on Wednesday 7th February, having a bespoke introduction to the life of an undergraduate scientist at one of the UK’s leading universities.  A popular choice for OMs, the University of Bristol has strong... More »

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