Recent College News

Swindon Academy Creative Writing

Category: Community

Limebank recently hosted another group of pupils from Swindon Academy, here to engage in an ambitious creative-writing programme.  The thirteen Year 10 pupils stayed for two nights, and were accompanied by two teachers.  Their first task on arrival was lead by Dr. Ponsford, and involved... More »

Review: Shell OA Week

Category: Trips, Community, Events

One hundred and seventy pupils congregated in the Parade ground on Sunday 8th June, dressed in heavy boots and waterproof gear as they boarded minibuses and set off for the Shell Outdoor Activities Week. The anxiety of taking exams the preceding week gave way to the excitement of a week together as... More »

Summer Sky this Saturday

Category: Community

No Druidical festivities but the Observatory will open at 10pm on Saturday as part of the Friends of the Telescope outreach programme. All College staff and families are welcome for a tour of the Summer Sky.For more information regarding The Blackett Observatory and the Friends of the Marlborough... More »

Swindon Academy Nature Trip

Category: Community

In glorious sunshine, with the College looking particularly beautiful, 80 pupils from Swindon Academy’s Primary School spent a morning completing three outdoor tasks based around the River Kennet.  They were accompanied by ten of their teachers, and assisted by two College teachers, Mr... More »

Review: Lord Malloch-Brown Lecture

Category: Speakers, Academic

“How Economics and Politics will shape your country” The Marlborough College Lower Sixth cohort was lucky enough to receive a truly impressive lecture by Lord Malloch-Brown OM (C1 1967-71), which took place on Wednesday 11th June.A former UK government minister, Lord Malloch-Brown had previously... More »

South-West selection

Category: Sport, Pupil Achievements

Congratulations to E Spark (Sh) who has been selected for the South-West Netball Squad.Having successfully completed a selection day at Clifton College, she will now take her place in the Regional Academy for the new season. More »

Guidance Department Higher Education & Gap Fair

Category: Academic, Events

It proved to be a useful and informative Monday afternoon with stalls from a range of British and international universities and gap year guide companies. This range gave insights into the qualities they are looking for, and the talents that are needed to progress through their systems.The... More »

Corpus Christi College 2014 Science Prize

Category: Pupil Achievements

Congratulations to A Hook (L6) for her recent commendation in the Corpus Christi College 2014 Science Prize in Biomedical Sciences. Her entry finished in the top eight of the cohort and received a commendation from Oxford University staff. Click here to read her entry. More »

D-Day Memories

Category: Community

Conscientious objector David Briggs (PR 1941-45) discusses acting as a medic on D-Day in an interview with the BBC Radio Four Today programme.Click here to listen to the interview. More »

Girls’ Tennis: Regional Play-Offs

Category: Sport, Pupil Achievements

College lost at the last hurdle of national qualification in the regional play-offs against St. Helen and St. Katherine (Oxford), in very trying wet conditions on Wednesday. Against higher ranked opposition players, College lost 8-4 (this was in the round of 32 with the top 16 schools from... More »

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