Recent College News

Royal Academy of Arts Exhibition

Category: Art, Pupil Achievements

Three Sixth Form Art students Joshua Folkes (B1 L6), Hugo Harris (B1 U6) and Edward Wills Garcia (LI U6) have received commendations for their works of art, after entering the prestigious Royal Academy of Arts A Level Summer Exhibition Online. Over 2,100 submissions were presented by young artists... More »

Review: CCF Annual Camp 2014

Category: Trips, CCF

This year the Hundred cadets headed to Beckingham Camp in Lincolnshire for their Annual CCF Camp. Hosted by 49 Brigade the cadets enjoyed a varied programme of military training and personal development activities. The personal development programme, situated at Rutland Water, offered a range of... More »

GCSE Remove London Art Gallery Trip

Category: Art, Trips

GCSE Remove Art students travelled to London on Thursday 19th June to visit the largest open submission exhibition in the world, at the Royal Academy of Arts Summer show. A smorgasbord of paintings, printmaking, photography, film, drawing and sculpture, students marveled at the inspiring range of... More »

Review: End of Year Showcase Concert

Category: Music, Events

With anticipated charisma and zest, the final musical hurrah of the year took place to a sell-out Ellis Theatre – a fitting conclusion to a memorable year of music making at the College and indeed further afield (New York and London to name but a few).  Instead of a showcase concert that... More »

Review: Summer Scholars' Recital

Category: Music, Events

The penultimate concert of the year was delivered to a packed Goodison Hall and further endorsed the notion that music at Marlborough is in fine fettle.  Given that this was a concert that predominantly featured just two year groups (Remove and L6) this was a remarkable, varied, exciting and... More »

Artist in Residence Summer Exhibition

Category: Art

Artist in Residence for 2013/14, Claire Bayliss, closed the Mount House Gallery programme for this academic year with her final solo exhibition at the College. Claire took this opportunity to first reflect on the work she has undertaken during this busy year, prior to deciding upon her final... More »

Pupil Review: Everest Lecture

Category: Speakers, Events, Community

The fourth annual Everest lecture was given by David Walsh (C1 1960-65), co-author of Public Schools and The Great War, and was given in The Memorial Hall on Thursday 26th June, writes Rosie Shaw (MO L6).Walsh began by explaining how the outbreak of war in 1914 changed life in the College community... More »

England experience for Hockey duo

Category: Sport, Pupil Achievements

Congratulations to L Hazlitt (Hu) & S Shakespeare (Hu) who have just represented England's U16 Girls’ Hockey.The duo made the trip to Edinburgh as England trained and played two matches against the home side, Scotland.Shakespeare also scored a goal, described as ‘the pick of the lot’, finishing... More »

South-West selection

Category: Sport, Pupil Achievements

Congratulations to E Samuel (Re) who has been selected to play for the 14-man squad representing the South-West U15 XI at the Bunbury Cricket Festival in mid-July.  It is from this four regional team festival that the English Schools U15 XI is selected. We wish Elijah every success at this... More »

Latif's return to action

Category: Sport, Community, Pupil Achievements

Alessandro Latif (B1 U6) will travel to the Netherlands to contest the latest rounds of the Blancpain Sprint Series this weekend (July 5-6).Latif drives his Phoenix Racing Audi R8 LMS ultra along with Marc Basseng not only bidding for further Pro-Am class glory but gunning for his first top-eight... More »

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