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Oxbridge Offers

Category: Academic, General, Pupil Achievements

The College would like to congratulate heartily the 12 Marlburians who have received offers from Oxford and Cambridge this year. With competition for such places fiercer than ever, it is testament to the talents and tenacity of these young men and women that they should receive offers to study at... More »

Review: Liederabend

Category: Music

Now enjoying its eighth year, Liederabend is a magnificent collaboration between the Modern Languages and Music Departments.  In the past linguists came purely to enjoy great continental poetry, brought to life in song but this year was the first year that linguists had also translated the... More »

Marlborough College Squash Open

Category: Sport, Squash

The Marlborough College Open took place over the weekend of 23rd-25th January 2015, staged by the Professional Squash Association. Players in the top 100 (world ranking) took part and it was a competitive day of squash, with Tom Ford eventually named the winner. With thanks to OM Shakeeb Alireza... More »

Talented Trio

Category: Hockey, General

Three members of the same family represented their respective College first teams on Saturday 17th January.George, Ed and Freddie played for the College in fixtures against Eton College – with a complete set of results, a win, a draw and a defeat.George was co-captain of the Open XI whilst Ed was... More »

Review: Vocal Masterclass

Category: Music, General, Events

Vocal Masterclass with Michael HarperSunday 18th January, Goodison Hall Eleven pupils drawn from the Hundred, Lower and Upper Sixth participated in an inspirational Vocal Masterclass this afternoon with international singer, teacher and workshop facilitator - Michael Harper.  He coaxed,... More »

Matchday memories

Category: Community, Sport, General

Pupils from Cotton and Littlefield were on hand to witness the dramatic Aviva Premiership fixture between London Irish and Exeter Chiefs on Sunday. The visitors led 13-5 at half-time but a last-minute drop goal from Shane Geraghty secured victory for Irish at The Madejski Stadium. James... More »

Study Visit to Lindau

Category: Trips, Academic

In December 2014, 12 pupils studying German IGCSE took a trip to Germany and Austria. We were accompanied by Mr Cockett and Frau Rainer, our German teachers and spent most of our time in Lindau, a quaint, scenic town on the Lake Constance in southern Germany. We stayed in pairs in the homes of... More »

Blog: New Resolutions?

Category: Sport

Tuesday 13th January Week One of the Lent Term certainly provided stiff competition as Marlborough found themselves pitted against Radley, Wellington, Millfield, Malvern and Sherborne.  Here’s a quick summary of how we fared against high quality opposition… Hockey It was a positive start to... More »

Art Scholars’ Exhibition

Category: Art

This year’s Art Scholars’ Exhibition opens on Friday 30th January, 7pm–9pm.As part of the College’s WW1 Commemoration, this exhibition will include a section of paintings marking this event. In addition each scholar will be showing work generated from the weekly Scholars’ workshops, as well as some... More »

Pupil Achievements

Category: Pupil Achievements

January Many congratulations to Hannah and Ollie Wilson who have just returned from the Sailing World Championships, finishing 8th in the Junior B Mirror Class. February Congratulations to Theo Cadier (TU Sh) on his selection for the County U15 Squash team for their fixtures against... More »

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