Academic

Remove | Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay

Currently, Remove pupils are studying plants; how they transport materials, how they exchange gases and acquire nutrients. So, on Tuesday, 8th October, 90 pupils boarded three coaches to visit over 1,500,000 plants in Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay. We were lucky enough to visit both the Flower and Cloud Domes with our guides who were informative […]

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The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition

In 2019 more than 11 000 young people from across the Commonwealth entered the Essay Competition. As the world’s oldest schools’ writing competition, it invites entries from under-18s to share their views and experiences on an important current topic on a global platform. Past winners include the Prime Minister of Singapore, Mr Lee Hsien Loong; […]

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Remove | Franchise Fair

Pupils in Remove prepared a Franchise Fair in order to persuade potential investors to purchase a franchise agreement with them. Pupils acted as franchisors engaging and enticing their clients. Franchise firms ranged from a fish restaurant to a bakery and healthy drinks enterprise. Food and drink was most definitely the theme of the day. Pupils […]

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Pupil Voice

The Pupil Council meetings are running over the course of the next ten days at MCM. All meetings are run by our College Prefects and they report back to SMT on the matters raised by our day pupils and boarders. All Houses (day and boarding) are represented at the meetings through: Eco Council – 2 […]

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Annual Pearson Edexcel Awards Ceremony

Mr Eatough travelled up to KL on the evening of Friday 20th September, with three of our pupils, Arthur Gatignol, Nanarelle Hundertmark and Nhu Nguyen, to attend the annual Pearson Edexcel Awards Ceremony, which took place at Le Meridien Hotel on the Saturday morning. The event is held each year to recognise those pupils who have excelled at a national […]

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Ancient Egypt Day 2019

On Friday, 30th August, the Year 3 corridor was transformed into Ancient Egypt. The pupils came dressed in a variety of costumes ranging from phenomenal Pharaohs, captivating Cleopatras and great gods and goddesses; even the beaks joined in! The Pre-Prep children looked on in awe as we paraded through the school. The day was the […]

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IB Diploma Results 2019

The results are in for Marlborough College Malaysia’s International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme candidates and the scores have once again surpassed world and Asia Pacific averages.   The MCM pass rate was 98.5% compared to 77.4 % world-wide, and 89.7 % in the Asia Pacific region. Moreover, MCM candidates had an average score of 35.5 points, soaring past […]

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World Schools Debating

On June 19th, fifteen members of the Senior School went to Tanglin Trust School for a debating match.  We were given two motions one week ahead of time for each age group and we began preparations.  The motions concerned the legitimacy of civil disobedience and the prevention of the exploitation of foreign domestic workers.  Teams followed the World […]

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Lectern Club

On the evening of the 17th of July, the third Lectern Club of 2019 was held at the Master’s Lodge, with respected guests including Ms Rich, Mr Arscott and Mr Glynn. It was truly a night of conversation and companionship accompanied by delicious food prepared by Catering. Six Sixth Form pupils took on the topic […]

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Senior House Challenge 2019

This year’s House Challenge final took place in Assembly on 12th June between Wills House and Wallace House. Wills had vanquished Butler and Honan en route to the final, while Wallace defeated the might of Sheppard and the smarts of Steel. The format was simple: each team was asked 30 questions with correct answers scoring two […]

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