Harry Parker (SU L6) was awarded an Arkwright Scholarship last term which he was presented at the Awards Ceremony at the Institute of Engineering and Technology in London in October. Harry is one of 335 scholars that have been awarded the prize this year having gone through a rigorous application... More »
The Politics Society was privileged to welcome John Lorimer (C1 1976-1981) to speak in the Adderley about his experiences in the British Army. General Lorimer is presently commanding the 3rd UK Mechanical Division but has also served previously in both Afghanistan and Iraq, and was flying to... More »
Marlborough College Malaysia was officially opened by HRH Raja Zarith Sofiah Binti Almarhum Sultan Idris Shah, consort to the Sultan of Johor on Sunday 24th February.
This historic event in the long and distinguished history of Marlborough College celebrated the College’s expansion into the region... More »
The Chapel Choir visited Winchester Cathedral this term to perform choral evensong. Winchester Cathedral. On approach, Winchester Cathedral is a rather curious, almost bland building, with the squat central tower, but once inside, one is treated to an Aladdin's cave of architectural interest... More »
On 26th February, 15 OMs, all twenty-somethings, blew into the Adderley and the Garnett Room like a hurricane. They represented a whole range of different career areas, but all had Harry Vickers, former Senior Prefect and current networking dynamo, in common; Harry had managed to persuade them to... More »
The Lower Sixth Challenge Day, which took place on the 19th February, was a series of events aimed at inspiring the year group and challenging us to think beyond the Marlborough College 'bubble'. After a motivating address from Head of Year Mr Gordon, we began with an inspirational talk given by... More »
Congratulations to Lower Sixth Music Scholar Savannah Brown (MO) in achieving a Diploma from the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music in both saxophone and violin. To achieve such an award in one discipline whilst still at school is considered remarkable, but on two is truly exceptional.... More »
The Remove and Hundred Study Trip went to the idyllic island town of Lindau on the Bodensee (Lake Constance) in southern Germany from the 12th -19th December. Our journey started early in the morning so the mood in the minibus to Heathrow was rather sleepy. At first we were not quite sure if... More »
Now in its fifth season, the two day residency at Marlborough College of members of the College’s professional orchestra in partnership, London’s Southbank Sinfonia, has acquired an excellent reputation amongst members of the College community and local members of the public. Consequently... More »
A highlight of the Southbank Sinfonia residency is the chamber music recital given by a variety of Southbank Sinfonia ensembles, always to a packed Goodison Hall.
That concert this year opened with Five Dances by Mozart, which was the perfect curtain raiser and performed with polish and... More »