The Modern Languages Department was privileged to receive a visit from Mr Simon McDonald, British Ambassador to Germany, on the 15th May. There was strong interest from modern linguists of all ages, and also invited to the talk were German departments from St Mary's Calne, St John's Marlborough... More »
2013 Photography CompetitionThis year’s Photography Competition saw what the judging panel deemed to be the highest calibre of entries to date. The theme,‘Lost in Detail’, inspired a wide variety of photographs from every year group, totalling just under 250 individual shots. The relocation of the... More »
“An Inspirational Man Who Taught Us to Dance with Risk”For those of you passing Marlborough’s OA Centre, please pause for a moment to look at the sarsen stone erected in memory of Rupert Rosedale (CR 99-09). This was the initiative of James Lam (CO 08-12) who was supported by fellow OMs in the... More »
Emma Shingles (MM Re) has had a successful winter season qualifying her top two ponies for The Masters which is the most prestigious summer show for her age group.
In addition she won a Grand Prix at The Pony of the Year Show and Leading Rider for that class. Her other ponies were also well... More »
After the atrocious weather conditions of 1st May 2012 when all and sundry retreated to the Chapel for the annual madrigals, the contrast this year could not have been greater. A glorious sunny day was already in full swing as the Chamber Choir took to the Bradleian Arches to deliver a varied... More »
On 26 April, the Upper School History and Politics Societies were treated to an informative and highly engaging talk on the history and current operations of the British Security Service (MI5). Professor Christopher Andrew kept a large audience gripped with accounts of the foundation of the... More »
On 23rd April 2013, James Jones (TU Sh) won the Shell Old Marlburian Reading Prize for his dramatic rendition of his own war poem, based on Charles Hamilton Sorley's (C1 1908-13) XXII.
To enter the competition, Shell pupils create and perform a written piece which has been inspired by poetry or... More »
The annual Whole School Charity Day saw the school join together once more for a great charitable effort. This year a Charity Garden Party was held in the Master's Garden and there were various activities to keep everyone entertained. There was a very successful 'Regal Beagle' café held by Mill... More »
An Evening of Philosophy
The Philosophy society had the pleasure of welcoming Professor Angie Hobbs for an evening lecture on the 19th of April. Giving us a small insight into her area of expertise; the focus was upon 'Plato and the meaning of Courage'. The first moments were spent in silence as... More »