Pupil Achievements: Michaelmas Term

Sprint Shoot winners at Yate

Category: Pupil Achievements, General, Academic

A list of pupil achievements from the Michaelmas Term will appear here. Further news can also be found on Twitter @MarlboroughCol

October

In the British Astronomy and Astrophysics Olympiad Challenge, Simran Chowdhry (LI U6) and Tuomas Laakkonen (B1 U6) gained Distinctions. Molly Gibbins (CO U6) and Zac Place (CO, L6) gained Merits. Congratulations to all.

We wish our riders the best of luck at the National Schools’ Equestrian Association Championships at Addington Manor on 21st and 22nd October.  Click here to read more details.

September

Congratulations to Simran Chowdhry (LI U6) on gaining a letter of commendation from Professor Arunachalam Ramanan at the Department of Chemistry of the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, - one of India’s foremost Universities. Read the full story here.

Sara (EL Re) and Allie Kirkwood (DA Re) were both successful in their trials to join the England Lacrosse Talent pathway in early September.  They will join Honor Mills (EL Re) and Claudie Grainger (IH Hu) who have already been selected.

On Saturday 9th September, four members of the shooting team took part in the Target Sprint National Finals at Yate. In the Youth Men category, Jason Kellinger (C3 Hu) finished fifth and Ed Robinson (B1 Hu) sixth. The Junior Women section saw Claudie Grainger (IH Hu) finish fifth and Ibby Lee (NC U6) in seventh.

Ella Warner (MM Re) has recently been selected for the Team Bath Netball Futures Academy. Scarlet Thurner (NC Sh) has been selected for the Surrey Storm U15 Development Programme. Ariana Jones (IH Re) and Harriet Eyles (MM Hu) have been selected for the Wiltshire County Netball Academy.

Charlotte Longden (NC Re) has been selected to train with the performance athletics group at Bath University.  She joins Ellie Spark (MM U6) who already trains there.

Zachary Place (CO L6) came in the top 12 pupils nationally in this summer's exam and will be awarded a Presidential certificate from the Royal Astronomical Society (RAS). He has also been invited to submit a poster to be presented at a meeting of the RAS in Burlington House, Piccadilly later in the academic year.

Harriet Eyles (MM Hu) is currently ranked 40th in the UK at U16, is now rated a 3.1 and has just been told last week that she has been selected for the Wiltshire Ladies' Tennis Team (as well as the County U18 team) this year. She had a successful summer competing both in the UK and Europe. She reached the semi-finals in the UK U18 singles National event at Bath and made the doubles finals in U16 events in Belgium and Amsterdam.

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