The impressive NatWest Schools Cup run came to an end for the XV on Tuesday afternoon after a 15-11 defeat to RGS High Wycombe.In front of an enthusiastic home crowd, the XV made a solid start to the encounter with plenty of possession against a physical RGS side.Charlie Norman, who started the... More »
Review for concerts given at Shawnee Playhouse and the Kosciuszko Foundation, New York City, by Marlborough College Music Scholars...The highlight of the Music Scholars’ trip to the USA during the half-term holiday of the Michaelmas Term 2013 was the recital at the Shawnee Playhouse and at the... More »
Entertainment came in the form of comedy sketches, magic, acrobatics and music – displaying just how diverse and talented Marlburians can be. Furthermore, the organization and presentation of the event was done with absolute precision and wonderfully wacky humour. The night commenced with an... More »
Congratulations to the Open 1st lacrosse team who played an amazing game on Saturday 7th December. Despite being down by 2 points at half time the team rallied and took control, limiting St Helen and St Katherine to just 2 goals. The passes, communication and TEAM play all over the pitch was lovely... More »
“Start every speech with a bang,” Dan Hannan told his audience, as he spoke about the art of 21st Century Oratory on 31st October.
This was only one of the Ten Commandments which he argued would make an almost perfect speech. The Old Marlburian European Parliament Member delivered an... More »
Congratulations and good luck to Archie Lynas (LI U6) who has been selected by Ireland U18s for trials after Christmas.The prop will attend a two-day training camp after Christmas before a trial match between Ireland U18 Clubs v Ireland U18 Schools in Dublin on Monday 30th December. Speaking of the... More »
The College recently hosted the Western qualifying heat of the Joutes Oratoires (the National Independent Schools French Debating Competition). On the day, impressive performances from Fraser Anderson (U6 Tu) and Claudia Matthews (U6 LI) secured a place in the regional final against... More »
On Thursday 21st November, the Politics Society had great pleasure in hosting Simon Gilderson MBE (BH 1983-88) - an ex SAS veteran of both Iraq and Afghanistan.
He was invited to discuss to what extent modern wars are unwinnable and he used his own extensive operational experience in a 21 year... More »
The visit of Wiltshire Fire and Rescue to Marlborough College on Wednesday afternoon provided a number of U6 pupils with a challenge of an altogether different kind.The prime task involved the safe extrication of dummy passengers from two vehicles, which were dismantled as part of the exercise... More »
Ella Bennett (IH Re) competed in the End of Seasons National Optimist Sailing Regatta at Rutland Water on 12/13 October, finishing 9th in the country and third girl. This qualified her for the RYA National Optimist Squad, which is the first rung of the RYA Olympic training programme. Her next... More »