Recent College News

EDCLUB Movement

Category: Community, General

Today the EDCLUB Movement launched the new computer lab in Huruma, Kenya. The first Skype session went very well and pupils in both Kenya and here at Marlborough College were excited to meet each other! For more info, please visit the EDCLUB Movement website.Miss Helen ScottHead of Charities More »

Governor's Cup & Club Day

Category: Sport, General, Community

Sunday was a busy day at the College with Club Day taking place as well as two competitive fixtures against Clifton College.Club Day saw several hundred OMs return for the pre-1967 Club Day Reunion. The AGM preceded Chapel before a reception for Club Members in Court. Lunch was followed by a talk... More »

Reflections on the First World War

Category: Events, Community, General

A selection of readings were given by Marlburians in St Peter’s Church on Sunday 5th October.Marlborough’s Rector, the Reverend Andrew Studdert- Kennedy (C3 1972-76) first put together a series of reflections on the First World War some years ago, linking the poetry, letters and diary extracts into... More »

Recent successes

Category: Pupil Achievements, Academic, Sport, Community

It's a busy time with a number of recent co-curricular and sporting successes -  a selection of those pupil achievements are listed below.Congratulations to Billy Mead who has been awarded U15 Batsman of the season by Hampshire CCC.Well done to Celeste Spink who has been selected to play... More »

Marlborough Literary Festival: Zena Edwards

Category: Community, General, Events

The College hosted the opening event of the Marlborough Literary Festival on Thursday 25th September, a performance by the internationally-acclaimed spoken word artist, Zena Edwards.   This was a return visit to Marlborough for Zena, and her reputation as a dynamic performer and singer... More »

US University Fair

Category: Community, Academic, General

On Tuesday 23rd September Marlborough College welcomed representatives from a variety of Universities from the USA. The schools included: Emory, Middlebury, NYU, Northeastern, Denison, NYU Abu Dhabi, UVA, Syracuse and Rutgers. Sporting Elite, a sports recruiting agency also attended the event. The... More »

£1,090 raised for MacMillan

Category: Community, Pupil Achievements, General

The Marlborough College community came together on Friday morning, raising £1,090 for MacMillan Cancer Support.As part of the World's Biggest Coffee Morning, pupils, Beaks and staff gathered to buy and sell a range of cakes.Helen Scott, Head of Charities, commented on what was a tremendous... More »

The Mound Trust Lecture

Category: Community

On Monday 15th September, Dr Joshua Pollard, Reader in Archaeology at the University of Southampton, gave the annual Marlborough Mound Trust Lecture in the Ellis Theatre, addressing the topic ‘The Marlborough Mound in its Late Neolithic World.’ Dr Pollard began by outlining the history of... More »

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 »

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