Community

Pupils Assist ARK Conservation

Lower Sixth pupils joined Action for the River Kennet (ARK) volunteers recently in making faggots for future river restoration projects. As part of their ongoing outreach work, seven Lower Sixth pupils took to the woods near Mildenhall armed with saws and loppers. Together they sorted felled hazel into six-foot strips of lump wood and brushwood […]

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Marlborough Welcomes Charity Partners

The generosity of attendees at December’s Carol Services has helped the College donate over £8,000 to be shared between four charities. Four services were held in the early part of December with parents, pupils, staff and their guests attending. A fantastic figure of £8,451 was raised and as part of the College’s ongoing outreach work, […]

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Farewell to George Johnson

The College Community gathered today to pay tribute to a key member of the College and Town, Mr George Johnson, who sadly passed away on Christmas Eve aged 93. George joined Marlborough College in 1953 as a painter and decorator and became Foreman of Estates, a post he held until the age of 65. He […]

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OMs return to discuss ‘Life After Marlborough’

As part of the ‘Life After Marlborough’ lecture series for the Upper Sixth, the College welcomed back two recent leavers on Wednesday 8th January to talk to current pupils about their experiences. Celeste Spink (MO 2013-18) and Emily Symington (MM 2013-18) have been working for the Sambhali Trust in Jodhpur, India. They both received a […]

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Lent Term Dates

Start of Lent term dates: Start: 6 to 9pm Tuesday 7 January Exeat: 12 noon Friday 24 January – 9pm Sunday 26 January (24 January Hundred Parents Meeting) Half-term: 12 noon Friday 14 February – 9pm Sunday 23 February (14 February Shell Parents Meeting) Exeat: 12 noon Friday 13 March – 9pm Sunday 15 March […]

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Marlborough College still busy after term finishes

With term over, you would be forgiven for thinking that the College is quiet, but that is far from the truth. Our beautiful Chapel of St Michael and All Angels has been alive with music, light and prayers, as is fitting at this festive time of year, as we hosted Christmas Carol Services for many […]

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Announcement: Science & Innovation Project

Science & Innovation project begins thanks to donor and partner support Work underway following the demolition of the Kennet building Work has begun on our exciting new building programme for Science and Innovation with the demolition of the Kennet building. The work was unavoidably delayed by the discovery of common brown bats who had moved […]

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Carol Services raise £8,451 for charities

Thanks to the generosity of attendees at Marlborough College Carol Services, £8,451 was raised to be shared between four chosen charities. Four services were held on the 6th, 7th and 8th December with parents, pupils, staff and their guests attending. The £8,451 sum will be shared between the following charities: CLIC Sargent The Kempson Rosedale […]

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The Marlburian Magazine

The Marlburian is the College’s most prestigious magazine and is intended for pupils, parents and those who have a particular interest in the College. The latest edition showcases the College’s activities during 2018/9 and is hot off the press – a copy was given to each pupil at the end of term. The magazine has […]

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Studying over Christmas – Top Tips

At the end of term, the Deputy Head (Academic), Ed Tolputt, spoke to both exam year-groups about why and how to study over the Christmas break. These were his seven top tips: 1. Have a plan. Let the plan take the strain. Let the plan do the worrying. Just do what it says. 2. Make […]

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