Recent College News

First World War Centenary Commemoration

Category: Community

This term's First World War Centenary Commemoration programme came to an end with a showing of the film "Joyeux Noël" about the 1914 Christmas Truce, and a recreation of the famous football match that took place in no-man's land that Christmas 100 years ago by our Remove and Hundred... More »

Christmas Hampers

Category: Community

Well done to Josie Hampel (NC U6) and Clemmie Alexander (NC U6) who made a huge success of this year’s Christmas hampers for the Jubilee Centre.  More »

Blog: Captains' Corner

Category: Sport

Friday 12th December Most of us no longer in full-time education have some memories that ‘stand-out’ when we think back to our school days.  Hopefully, in terms of sport, these memories are some of the real highlights.  As we approached the end of 2014, I asked the captains of sport what... More »

Pupil Achievements

Category: Pupil Achievements, General, Music

The second half of the Michaelmas Term is underway with a number of recent academic, co-curricular and sporting successes -  a selection of those pupil achievements will appear below. November On Monday 4th November Elisabeth Daniels (IH L6) was crowned the winner of the Bath Young... More »

Enterprising tie-up

Category: Community

The Marlborough Enterprise Group has been busy making white horse ties in burgundy. These will be on sale at all main College events in 2015 or you can email to order. More »


Category: Sport, General, Pupil Achievements

O Money-Kyrle (Hu) and E Dell (Hu) shot extremely well in the British Schools Small bore Winter Open on Saturday to win the Junior Pairs competition, beating 22 other teams from 10 schools. Contested on the 50m range at Bisley, it was a gruelling 40 shot match on a 50m range (only 20 shots fewer... More »

Review: Nicky Campbell

Category: Speakers

On Thursday 13th November, television presenter and journalist Nicky Campbell (parent of Breagh) was the guest of the Politics Society. Known by many of the pupils for his BBC Radio 5 live Breakfast programme as well as his Sunday morning show The Big Questions, he was invited to discuss the role... More »

Review: French Exchange

Category: Trips

With a wave to the statue of OM John Betjeman at St Pancras, 19 members of the L6 set off excitedly for this year's French exchange. Two hours in a Paris traffic jam wasn't quite the welcome we had in mind, but it wasn't too long before we could meet face à face the French partners who till then we... More »

Review: An Evening for Advent

Category: Events, General, Academic

On Wednesday evening the Modern Languages and Music Departments combined in the stylish setting of the Adderley to present a reflective sequence of Advent readings in seven languages, interspersed with songs.A team of four Remove Italianists, Chris Beswick (C1), Luca Conte (SU), Maggie Ducam-Davies... More »

Review: Major General Peter Williams

Category: Speakers, General, Events

On Thursday 20 November, Major General Peter Williams accepted an invitation to speak to the Politics Society on the War in Bosnia during the 1990s. Titled as "Looking back on tragedy", he gave a highly informative and accessible PowerPoint (using mostly his own photographs) outlining the... More »

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