Recent College News

Pupil Achievements

Category: Pupil Achievements, General, Music

The second half of the Michaelmas Term is underway with a number of recent academic, co-curricular and sporting successes -  a selection of those pupil achievements will appear below. November On Monday 4th November Elisabeth Daniels (IH L6) was crowned the winner of the Bath Young... More »

Sharpshooters

Category: Sport, General, Pupil Achievements

O Money-Kyrle (Hu) and E Dell (Hu) shot extremely well in the British Schools Small bore Winter Open on Saturday to win the Junior Pairs competition, beating 22 other teams from 10 schools. Contested on the 50m range at Bisley, it was a gruelling 40 shot match on a 50m range (only 20 shots fewer... More »

CCF Hundred Drill Competition

Category: CCF, General, Events, Pupil Achievements

The CCF Hundred Drill Competition was held on the Parade Ground on Wednesday 19th November under the watchful eyes of Three Grenadier guest judges. Two of the judges were OMs - Captain Kit Sandford (C1 2000-2005) and 2nd Lt Kaspar Varmuza (C1 2001-06) – joining Sgt Williams to cast their... More »

Recent successes

Category: Pupil Achievements, Academic, Sport, Community

It's a busy first half of the Michaelmas Term with a number of recent academic, co-curricular and sporting successes -  a selection of those pupil achievements are listed below.Richard Simon (LI 2009-14) finished tenth at the international Chemistry Olympiad in Vietnam, from 291 students... 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 and staff gathered to buy and sell a range of cakes.Helen Scott, Head of Charities, commented on what was a tremendous effort."We... More »

UK University Outcomes 2014

Category: Pupil Achievements

The great majority (82%) of Marlburians were rewarded for their hard work by gaining their first ('Firm') choice courses and universities this year. They won places at some of the most competitive UK institutions, such as Bristol (31), Exeter (19), Edinburgh (18) and Oxford (17). Measuring the... More »

Choral Scholarships

Category: Music, Pupil Achievements, General

The College is delighted to announce that two members of the Upper Sixth have been awarded Choral Scholarships to the University of Oxford. Rosie Richards (El) and Dan Springate (Su), both Head Choristers of the Chapel Choir, have been offered awards at St. Peter's and The Queen's Colleges... More »

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