Recent College News

Tonight: Annual Mound Trust Lecture

Category: Community, Events

Dr Joshua Pollard, Reader in Archaeology at the University of Southampton, returns to Marlborough to deliver the 8th Annual Mound Trust Lecture at 8pm, this evening (Monday 15 September 2014) in the Ellis Theatre. His talk addresses the title, ‘The Marlborough Mound In Its Late Neolithic World’.Dr... More »

Start of Term Address

Category: Community

Below is a transcript of the Master’s start of term address, given in Chapel on Sunday 7th September at the beginning of the Michaelmas Term.228 of you arrived this week plus 24 new members of Common Room. This is a beautiful September season of “mist and mellow fruitfulness” as the poet Keats... More »

CCF cadets get airborne!

Category: CCF, Community, Events

Wednesday saw an absolutely fantastic afternoon of flying for 31 members of the CCF who got airborne in an Army Air Corps, Lynx Mark 7, Helicopter.Many thanks to Captain Henry Clive and his team from the Army Air Corps at Middle Wallop.Sean BateSchool Staff InstructorClick here for an extended... More »

Master's Welcome

Category: Community

In welcoming everyone back for Marlborough College’s 172nd year, it is a particular pleasure to see 228 new pupils joining the College. With Miss Katy Bennett taking over as Director of Sport and Mr Duncan Andrew as Head of Economics and Business Studies, we wish them and all other new colleagues... More »

Recent successes

Category: Pupil Achievements, Academic, Sport, Community

There were a number of co-curricular and sporting successes during the summer holiday, with a selection of those pupil achievements listed below.Anna O’Donald (MO L6) has been selected to ride for the Central England regional team in the KBIS Under-18 regional championships at Weston Park... More »

Terry’s tour…

Category: Community

Terry Rogers retires at the end of this month after 50 years of devoted and outstanding service to the College.He has served as a Science Teacher, Head of Chemistry, Meteorologist, Housemaster of two Houses, Second Master and, finally, as a much respected and professional Archivist for the last 15... More »

First World War Archive website launched

Category: Community

As part of the centenary commemorations of the First World War, the College has today launched an extensive archive website.On 23rd August 1914 Lieutenant Leslie Richmond (PR 1902-1905) was serving with the Gordon Highlanders in the defence of Mons when he was killed. He was the first Old... More »

National Schools Symphony Orchestra

Category: Music, Community

Eight members of the College performed on Sunday 20th July as part of the National Schools Symphony Orchestra.The performance came at the end of a residential week of intensive music tuition and ensemble training, held this year at Malvern College.The eight are:O Mattinson (C2 L6)S Mattinson (MM... More »

Pupil Review: Everest Lecture

Category: Speakers, Events, Community

The fourth annual Everest lecture was given by David Walsh (C1 1960-65), co-author of Public Schools and The Great War, and was given in The Memorial Hall on Thursday 26th June, writes Rosie Shaw (MO L6).Walsh began by explaining how the outbreak of war in 1914 changed life in the College community... More »

Latif's return to action

Category: Sport, Community, Pupil Achievements

Alessandro Latif (B1 U6) will travel to the Netherlands to contest the latest rounds of the Blancpain Sprint Series this weekend (July 5-6).Latif drives his Phoenix Racing Audi R8 LMS ultra along with Marc Basseng not only bidding for further Pro-Am class glory but gunning for his first top-eight... More »

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