Following their successful completion of the Wiltshire Junior Development Centre (JDC) training, Jamie Krens (LI Sh), George Nicholson (C3 Sh), Nick Rusinov (SU Sh) and Archie Stocker (B1 Sh) represented Wiltshire U14 boys at the regional JAC tournament. From this tournament, Jamie and Nick were... More »
Several new Twitter accounts have been added at the start of the Summer Term, including Athletics, CCF and Cricket.Since launching the main school account in January 2014, the College has been using Twitter as an additional way to communicate about school news and events.As well as the official... More »
The football tour to Budapest at the beginning of the Easter holidays featured three fixtures over five days. The squad of 16 consisted largely of the Open 1st XI, led by Jack Nithavrianakis (LI U6), but also some players who had played on the margins of the team such as Finn Campbell (C1 U6), Ali... More »
Marlborough were hosts to the G20 group of School Heads on Monday 13th April.The day featured Dr Niall Hamilton showing colleagues from around the world all the major treasures of the College. The group then watched the film of ‘The 749’ and after lunch in the Adderley, they had a guided tour by... More »
Pupils return to College on Tuesday evening ahead of the start of the Summer Term, but the Cricket XI squad have already been back in training for several days.
Master in charge of Cricket, Nigel Briers, offered his views on training and the start of the new season in a video interview that can be... More »
The Cricket XI started their pre-season schedule with a five wickets win against the Free Foresters on Sunday.There is a further training session today for the XI before the remainder of College pupils return on Tuesday evening ahead of the start of the Summer Term.Tomorrow (Tuesday) there is a... More »
Douglas Quadling (CR 1953-67), an outstanding mathematician and school master who was one of the four inspirational drivers behind the School Mathematics Project (SMP) in the 1960s and 70s, has passed away. The School Mathematics Project, which radically changed the course of mathematics... More »
12th July to 8th August 2015
Launched in 1974, this highly anticipated annual event has grown into the largest Summer School of its kind in the UK.
This year, we are delighted to announce that Summer School has increased from three to four weeks. With over 500 courses available, never has the... More »
The British Physics Olympiad AS Challenge is a tough but exciting opportunity for pupils to stretch their lateral thinking skills and apply fundamental physical principles to novel situations. It is a single, one-hour paper that provides excellent challenge in testing not merely subject knowledge,... More »
Outdoor Activities Instructor Duncan Curry provides an update from the Duke of Edinburgh Gold Assessed Expidition to the Brecon Beacons...Saturday 21st MarchThe five pupils taking part in their Gold Duke of Edinburgh's Assessment set off in good spirits at 8.30am on Saturday morning. Beautiful... More »