Recent College News

C3 Partnership a Winner

Category: Sport

Pack It In, trained by C3 parent, Brian Meehan and owned by the C3 Partnership, carries the maroon and white colours to victory in the The Weatherbys Hamilton Handicap Stakes at Bath Racecourse on Wednesday 11th May. More »

Review: Choral Evensong

Category: Music, General, Community

Sunday 8th May 2016This was an ambitious and original undertaking, in which the ranks of the Chapel Choir were swelled by Old Marlburians and visiting singers from Lambrook School and the Children’s Choir of St. John the Divine, Kennington. Conducting duties were shared between Alex Hodgkinson,... More »

Transit of Mercury

Category: Community, General, Events

The Blackett Observatory will be open for the Transit of Mercury on Monday 9th May. The planet Mercury transits across the face of the Sun roughly 12 times a century, whilst not as rare as a Venus transit, it is not always well placed for observation.  Last time it was well viewed from... More »

Lizzie wins ABRSM Gold Award

Category: Pupil Achievements, Music

Congratulations to Lizzie Daniels (U6 IH) who was awarded a Gold Award by the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) for gaining an exceptional result in her Grade 8 singing exam.  Gold Awards recognise the few entrants each year who attain the highest marks in the country... More »

Mount House Exhibition Open

Category: General, Art, Events

The next Mount House exhibition, "Strange but somehow beautiful" is of sculptures and textiles from the Adan people of South East Ghana which belong to journalist and enthusiast Mike Yates. His interest goes back to the 1970s and is part of decades of collecting, recording and writing... More »

Memorial Hall Open Morning

Category: General

Saturday 7th May - 10am until 12pm in the AdderleyCome and see the latest plans for the Memorial Hall renovations. Find out more.  Voice your concerns. Ask questions.Please drop in at any time throughout the morning.  Everyone  is welcome and we will do our best to provide the... More »

Review: Jeremy Thomas

Category: Speakers, Academic, General

'Sanity in an Insane World' - Jeremy Thomas talks to the U6 On Wednesday 27th April we had the privilege of hearing Jeremy Thomas speak about his experience with bipolar disorder, addressing the subject in an informative and light-hearted way. One of the most engaging aspects of this talk was that... More »

19th College ERGO competition

Category: Sport, General, Pupil Achievements

The 19th College ERGO competition was as busy as ever with some 90 pupils competing over the five hours available. The New Gym proved a splendid and inspiring venue and a corner was set aside for three machines. The location encouraged both competitors and supporters. This was a year of outstanding... More »

Review: May Day Madrigals

Category: Music, General, Community

It doesn't come much better than this: a glorious Spring morning (at last), a fine selection of May ditties from the excellent Chamber Choir and an appreciative and large crowd, all gathered in Court to celebrate May Day weekend.I've been fortunate enough to witness nine occasions such as this over... More »

Review: Sung Eucharist at St Paul’s

Category: Music, General, Trips

St Paul’s Cathedral is quite simply awe-inspiring.  Opened in 1708 and designed by Sir Christopher Wren, Christian worship has been offered there for 1400 years and the building remains an iconic landmark within the City of London and beyond.  It’s an intimidating place to perform. ... More »

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