Recent College News

Writing Achievements Recognised

Category: Academic

Each year EMagazine, the magazine for English Literature students, runs a competition for Sixth Formers that shadows the T S Eliot Prize for Poetry.   This year, as well as the critical essay on the shortlisted poet that the student thought should win the prestigious T S Eliot Prize,... More »

Review: Natural History and Biology Society talk

Category: Speakers

The Natural History and Biology Society was treated to a superb lecture on Thursday evening by University of Gloucestershire Professor of Science Communication, Adam Hart and wildlife photographer, Mr Ayub Amin.   The talk, entitled "How insects say a lot without making a sound"... More »

Review: Illumination

Category: Events, General, Community

The Michaelmas Term’s Illumination was anticipated eagerly with the promise of more variety and more comedy performances following the musical dominance of last year’s shows.  The new team of Will Heard (LI U6), Keya Punja (MO U6), Charlotte Russell (MO U6) and Alice Studdert-Kennedy (NC U6)... More »

University visit for L6 Chemists

Category: Trips

Lower Sixth Chemists visited the University of Bristol Chemistry department on Monday 11th January, working in the undergraduate labs on the dehydration of a cyclohexanol to create a cyclohexene. Continuing Marlborough’s link with the University of Bristol, the Lower Sixth were able to complete a... More »

International Call-Up

Category: Hockey, General, Pupil Achievements

Congratulations to Stasi Knight (CO L6) who has been selected to represent the Wales Women’s Indoor Hockey Team at the 2016 Eurohockey Indoor Championships. The tournament will take place in France over the exeat weekend with Stasi in line to make her senior international debut.... More »

Pupil Achievements

Category: Pupil Achievements

Pupil achievements from the Lent Term will be listed below: JanuaryHenry Martin (PR U6) makes two appearances for the Bath Rugby's United side, facing Bristol at The Rec in late December before a second outing, against Saracens at Allianz Park.Archie Wheeler (BH U6) and James Barrows (B1 L6) won... More »

Video: Melissa Hyndman

Category: Sport

One of the world’s most prominent high performance netball coaches, Melissa Hyndman, was at the College recently to oversee pre-season training.Hyndman was joined by Dani McFarlane, Mistress in Charge of Netball, for the week’s training which came before the start of the busy fixture programme.New... More »

OMs required for Guidance Evening

Category: General

If you left up to ten years ago and would be happy to come back and chat to the Hundreds pupils about your career sector, the Guidance Department at the College would love to hear from you.  The event will take place at the College early evening on Tuesday 9th February 2016, and there's the... More »

West of England Championships

Category: Sport, Pupil Achievements, General

It was a very pleasing result for Archie Wheeler (BH U6) and James Barrows (B1 L6) at the West of England Championships this weekend. They gave the top seeds a very good run for their money in round 1. They then beat pairs from Alleyn’s, Malvern and Tonbridge to win the plate competition and the... More »

OMs take the stage

Category: Music, Events, General

A number of OMs on the Yucatan records label performed in the Mem Hall on Saturday evening.Josh Edwards (BH 2004-09), Josh Jordan (LI 2004-09), Will Stokes (B1 2003-08) and Seb Fagg (C1 2004-09) all performed alongside Blanco White on stage.To find out more about Yucatan Records and George Cosby... More »

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