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Review: Lower Sixth Careers Fair

Category: Academic

The Lower Sixth Careers Fair, organised on Tuesday 13th March, was incredibly helpful. Each pupil rated five careers they were interested in and then attended talks on three on the day. For some these were all careers that they were already considering, whereas others chose options that would... More »

French Exchange

Category: Academic, General, Trips

It was a pleasure to welcome our partner school in France to Marlborough last week.The pupils of the Lycée Jules Verne donned school uniform for the first time ever, and sampled all aspects of Marlborough life; lessons, chapel, the observatory, Fives, boarding house breakfasts, the play, the Mount... More »

Postponed: Choral Society Concert

Category: Music

It is with regret that the Choral Society Concert, due to take place this evening in the Chapel (Sunday 18 March), has been postponed due to the weather conditions.  More »

Junior History Medley

Category: Academic, General

The Fifth Medley of Marlborough Historians took place on Wednesday 28th February. Nine speakers from the Shell, Remove and Hundred spoke on a variety of topics ranging from the Arab/Israeli conflict, to the Origins of Writing, to Druids. All speakers delivered fascinating and well-researched... More »

ISI Inspection Report 2018

Category: General

Marlborough College achieved the top level of ‘Excellent’ in both categories awarded by the Independent Schools Inspectorate, following their recent inspection, in February 2018. These examine the outcomes for pupils at the College in terms of their academic and other achievements, and also their... More »

The Girlness Project

Category: General, Community

On Sunday 4th February, Pippa Richardson, Yoga Teacher & Founder of ‘the girlness project’ visited Morris House at Marlborough College to lead a workshop on ‘Creating Happy Habits: Journaling, Gratitude & Self-Compassion’.  The workshop asked the questions 'what is happiness?' and... More »

Chapel Blog: A reflection on ‘The Call’

Category: Community

What marks we shall leave upon the snow A reflection on Charlotte Mew’s Poem ‘The Call’ The poem ‘The Call’ was written by Charlotte Mew, and is an appropriate starting point after the snowy days last week, and was used during the Morning Chapel services to reflect on the question what marks we... More »

Pupil Achievements: Lent Term

Category: Pupil Achievements

A list of pupil achievements from the Lent Term will appear here throughout the term. Further news can also be found on Twitter @MarlboroughCol January Congratulations to Ella Warner (MM Re) who has been selected for the Team Bath Netball U17 squad, following her trial on Friday 5th... More »

Report: Barbados Netball Tour

Category: Trips, General, Sport

On Wednesday 7th February 2018 the Netball touring squad flew out of Gatwick and began their ten-day tour of Barbados. The island immediately captured the hearts of the Marlborough team who enjoyed their immersion into Caribbean culture. With the nearby netball court within walking distance of the... More »

Blog: This week in Chapel

Category: Community

Speaking of the Season of Lent and of Christ’s Temptations in the Wilderness, and sharing his own temptation, the Senior Chaplain addressed the Houses in the weekday chapel services by expressing what he has learned by virtue of being the father of a young person with a disability. 17 years ago, at... More »

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