National recognition has reached four members of the College's small-bore rifle team.Schuyler Neuhauser (B1 H) and Sam Day (PR U6) were selected for the English 'A' team, while Josh Meyer (PR U6) and Will Heseltine-Carp (PR U6) were selected for the 'B' team.As an indication of the high standard of... More »
The Marlborough Clay Pigeon Shooting team recently won their third major trophy of the season and remain unbeaten in all competitions.The team beat 16 teams from Millfield, Eton, Harrow, Rendcomb and Warwick to win the Fido May Trophy hosted by Harrow at the Churchill Shooting Ground.Having scored... More »
Since starting in the mid-90s, Marlborough College Polo continues to flourish.We are looking forward to the summer season and having our established players being joined by some new young talent. Polo is on offer to anyone who has previous riding experience and we are lucky to be able to go to... More »
Stephen Siddall’s lecture on John Donne was both contextually fascinating and thought-provoking. He transformed the poems that we had read into live aural pieces whilst highlighting the spontaneity of Donne’s word choices, enabling us to imagine how they might have been written and received instead... More »
It would be hard to find a more persuasive venue for the Chapel Choir’s latest ‘away’ evensong than the awesome surroundings of St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.
The College of St George was founded there in 1348 and has fulfilled its vocation to offer prayer to God in that place ever... More »
Congratulations to the Rugby Sevens Colts squad who returned from the Stowe Sevens Tournament with some hard-earned silverware.After the group stage, the Colts got past Aylesbury Grammar School and Millfield in the quarter-final and semi-final to reach the Plate final against Bishop... More »
Head Boy, Al Aldridge (CO U6) and Head Girl, Libby Adam (NC U6), were invited as guests to the Marlburian Club 2014 Annual Dinner which was held on Wednesday 5th March in London. Here, they share their views on the evening...
In the prestigious setting of the Royal Automobile Club, a place steeped... More »
The busy 2014 Lent Term continued with another musical feast, this time in the form of a full, varied and extremely high quality evening recital. The concert featured a vast array of talent both from music scholars and non-music scholars alike, demonstrating as always the huge depth of... More »
Richard Simon (LI U6) has achieved exceptional success in two major national Science competitions.In the British Physics Olympiad, he gained a Distinction in the January Paper 2 and when combined with his Paper 1 result he was placed in the top 12 nationally (out of nearly 2000 entrants). He... More »
As a Lower Sixth pupil who is fairly unsure about her university choices, let alone future career plans, I found the Careers Fair extremely useful in terms of highlighting the basic foundations of each career sector, and the importance of our actions relating to our career paths. Over the course of... More »