Saturday fixtures

Category: Sport, General

Saturday features a busy fixture schedule with games against Eton, King's Worcester and Downe House.For a full list of matches please click here.Twitter accounts are now set up for many sports at Marlborough. Please click here for a full list. More »

Matchday memories

Category: Community, Sport, General

Pupils from Cotton and Littlefield were on hand to witness the dramatic Aviva Premiership fixture between London Irish and Exeter Chiefs on Sunday. The visitors led 13-5 at half-time but a last-minute drop goal from Shane Geraghty secured victory for Irish at The Madejski Stadium. James... More »

Study Visit to Lindau

Category: Trips, Academic

In December 2014, 12 pupils studying German IGCSE took a trip to Germany and Austria. We were accompanied by Mr Cockett and Frau Rainer, our German teachers and spent most of our time in Lindau, a quaint, scenic town on the Lake Constance in southern Germany. We stayed in pairs in the homes of... More »

Blog: New Resolutions?

Category: Sport

Tuesday 13th January Week One of the Lent Term certainly provided stiff competition as Marlborough found themselves pitted against Radley, Wellington, Millfield, Malvern and Sherborne.  Here’s a quick summary of how we fared against high quality opposition… Hockey It was a positive start to... More »

Art Scholars’ Exhibition

Category: Art

This year’s Art Scholars’ Exhibition opens on Friday 30th January, 7pm–9pm.As part of the College’s WW1 Commemoration, this exhibition will include a section of paintings marking this event. In addition each scholar will be showing work generated from the weekly Scholars’ workshops, as well as some... More »

Pupil Achievements

Category: Pupil Achievements

January Many congratulations to Hannah and Ollie Wilson who have just returned from the Sailing World Championships, finishing 8th in the Junior B Mirror Class. More »

Review: Grimethorpe Colliery Band

Category: Music

A fine Concert Series, such as the College one, is packed with the stars of the classical music scene; performers such as Peter Donohoe,  Emma Johnson,  Evelyn Glennie, the Choir of Wells Cathedral, The Nash Ensemble, The BBC National Orchestra of Wales, to name but a very few, have... More »

Anarchy & Beauty: William Morris and his legacy

Category: Art, General, Academic

On Sunday 11th January a party from the College visited the exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery.  As a pupil at Marlborough, William Morris (Aa 1848-51) learned to love architecture and the beauty of the countryside. The rebellion at the College 1851 taught him a certain amount about... More »

New Twitter accounts

Category: General

Since launching the main school account a year ago, the College has been using Twitter as an additional way to communicate about school news and events.As well as the official Marlborough College account - which has 1,200 followers - many departments and individual sports now have their own... More »

New ICT helpdesk

Category: General, Community, Academic

The new ICT helpdesk is now open and available for use by all pupils and staff at the College. The helpdesk, located on the first floor of Leaf Block (L6), will be open 9am–5pm every weekday. ICT staff are available to deal with any ICT support or training needs. Please feel free to call in. More »

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