Richard Smith exhibition

Category: Art, Academic, Community, General

U6 History of Art pupils recently attended a private viewing of an exhibition by Richard Shirley Smith, one of Britain’s most celebrated illustrators and painters. Richard is renowned for his skill as an engraver of traditional woodblock prints, and as a muralist, in addition to his works on... More »

Review: MCCS Concert

Category: Music

Charles Owen and Katya Apekisheva are two pianists who over their careers have become critically acclaimed, as both soloists and ensemble players. With a plethora of international experience as pianists, their virtuosic skill and dexterity was apparent in their choice of repertoire.Opening the... More »

Review: Robert Parker

Category: Speakers, General, Academic

Pupils and staff from the College and from St John's School enjoyed a fascinating talk on Ancient Greek oracles by Robert Parker, the Wykeham Professor of Ancient History at Oxford. Professor Parker is an expert on Greek religion and in 2011 delivered the prestigious Sather Classical lectures at... More »

Review: Turkey SwimTrek

Category: Trips, General, Sport

October Half-Term 2015 - SwimTrek Who would want to meet at Gatwick at 5.30 in the morning to catch a flight? Who would want to go swimming three times a week as training for a school trip? Eleven Marlburian open water pioneers of course, who went on a long distance sea SwimTrek in... More »

Review: Dr Janneke Blokland

Category: Speakers

‘Particles in the Spotlight’ by Dr Janneke Blokland, Thursday 5th November Dr Janneke Blokland completed her first undergraduate Physics degree and PhD in her home country, the Netherlands. She then went on to complete a post-doc of Berlin, whilst at the same time reading Theology.During her early... More »

All set for the Silk Cup

Category: Rugby, Events, General

Rugby matches this Saturday will have an extra edge as teams from Marlborough College and Radley go head to head for the right to win the Silk Cup.Presented by The Marlburian Club, the Silk Cup is in honour of DRW Silk who was both the coach of the all-conquering Marlborough XV of 1963 and... More »

UKMT Senior Maths Challenge

Category: Academic, General, Community

On Thursday 5th November, 123 of our Maths pupils, from the Remove to the Upper Sixth, took part in the UK Mathematics Trust Senior Maths Challenge, a nationwide Maths competition. We look forward to celebrating their success when the results come through in a few weeks’ time. Simon... More »

The Bradleian Arches

Category: Community

This photo of the Bradleian Arches, taken by College photographer Ian Leonard, was tweeted on Thursday lunchtime.Here are a few facts and figures about the Bradleian Arches…George Bradley was Master from 1858-72 and built up the reputation of the College from near fatal decline in 1852,... More »

Karate Gold

Category: Pupil Achievements, General, Sport

Congratulations to Max Fillingham (TU Sh) who represented Great Britain in the World Karate Championships Cup in Venice during half-term.  With over 54 countries attending, Fillingham competed in the Under 16 category and managed to secure the Gold Medal. A fantastic achievement at a World... More »

Cricket Professional Appointed

Category: Sport

Marlborough College is delighted to announce the appointment of Mark Alleyne as the new Cricket Professional. The former Gloucestershire all-rounder won ten ODI caps for England between 1999 and 2000 and captained the record breaking Gloucestershire limited over side of the early 2000s. He became... More »

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