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Odd Socks Day

  On Wednesday, 14th November, Marlborough College Malaysia wore odd socks to demonstrate that they ‘choose respect’ and raise awareness of bullying.  Pupils at the college are encouraged to show companionship every day.  Highlighting that it is ok to be different through our Odd Socks Day supports this core value of companionship.  As well as raising […]

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Kranji Remembrance Day Service 2018

On Sunday 11th November the boarding community, Common Room and MCM families joined, dignitaries, military personnel and religious leaders at Kranji War Memorial in Singapore for the annual Remembrance Day service. This year’s service marked exactly 100 years to the day since the First World War ended, with the signing of an armistice which came into effect at 11 […]

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Remembrance Services

To commemorate the end of the First World War on 11th November 1918, pupil remembrance assemblies took place across the College which included moving details about the many who have served or are serving their countries. Assemblies also included the significance of the red poppies, which grew on the battlefields after World War I ended, and […]

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Nations Day 2018

  Friday, 19th October, saw the first whole College Nations Day, as the two schools came together for the first time to celebrate the diverse culture at MCM.  It was wonderful to see over 40 nations represented across the two schools as pupils wore their national dress or colours with pride.  The day started with a […]

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Sulawesi Relief Aid

I had been volunteering with Yayasan Project Karma in Indonesia since the Lombok earthquake on the 7th of August.  During the summer holidays we were there giving medical treatment, food and water.  One week after the earthquake we set up an emergency school for 400 students in different grades.  We have other programmes that will […]

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MCM Rocks

The theme for the 2018 Rock Show was that of Grunge.  The genre which dominated the musical tastes throughout the 1990s is still influencing the music of today, and the impact of this was clearly evident through the performances of more than 120 Marlburians representing every year group of the Senior School, as well as […]

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Silver Duke of Edinburgh International Award

Over the exeat, nine pupils embarked on a fulfilling experience to complete their Silver Duke of Edinburgh International Award. Adventuring into the forests of Chiang Mai, the pupils completed an eight-hour independent trek across paddy fields and rivers and through jungle. Equipped with a compass, map and walkie-talkie, navigation was definitely more of a challenge […]

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Lower Sixth Core Weekend

At the start of this academic year, as Lower Sixth students we felt quite intimidated by the idea of IB, unsure of what to expect.  However, we were fortunate enough to depart on a short trip known as the Core Weekend.  This weekend was intended to introduce us to the Core requirements of the IB […]

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Prize Day 2018

Around 800 people attended this year’s Prize Day, in the Wykeham Hall, which was resplendent with floral decorations and glittering cups and awards, marking the formal end to the 2017-18 academic year. Council members, parents and friends were treated to performances from the College Orchestra, the Preparatory School Chamber Choir and Orchestra and a wonderful […]

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Founding Parents’ Reception

On a balmy evening on Thursday 7th June, the Master and Mrs Stevens hosted the first reception in the Master’s Lodge for the College’s Founding Parents. This special group of over 70 parents enjoyed reminiscing over images of the College’s development from Honan Ledang’s Palm Plantation , through its various stages of construction to the finished […]

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