Senior School

Prefects Afternoon Tea

The outgoing Prefects were fortunate enough to be hosted for a splendid Afternoon Tea with the Master and Mrs Stevens at the Lodge. We were treated to delicious scones with jam, scrumptious sandwiches and an incredibly yummy carrot cake which disappeared rapidly. It was a lovely opportunity for us to reflect on our time as Prefects, […]

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MCM Leads at Educational Conferences

The Master of Marlborough College Malaysia and senior beaks were recently invited to speak and share insights on international educational matters at two high profile APAC events.  The Master recently headlined at the International Schools’ Asia Pacific Area Conference in Bangkok, speaking about leadership where many Heads and senior members of staff from a wide […]

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MCM IB Visual Arts Exhibition 2019

The biggest exhibition of IB Visual Arts was opened on Monday, 18th March. One hundred and eighty-two fantastic artworks were on display across two venues, as the number of pupils electing to take Art at Diploma level has meant we have outgrown the Morris exhibition space, and have now taken over the LRC. What an incredible dilemma for […]

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The Straits Cricket Trophy

On Saturday, 16th March, six teams from Singapore and Malaysia gathered at the MCM Oval for the annual occurrence of the Cricket Straits competition. As expected, it didn’t take long for the morning dew to rise and reveal an outfield which is currently at its prime, thanks to the kind weather that we have had in the Lent term. Competitors […]

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Sixth Form ‘Oscars’ Ball

The Ball was a rousing success, evident by the faces of the guests at the end of the night. We started with photo-taking outside, against an ‘Oscars’ backdrop; thankfully the rain stopped moments before our start, and we then proceeded to an appetizer of a salad, followed by chicken roulade as our main and ending […]

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Pi Day 2019

On Thursday, 14th March, the College celebrated our annual Pi Day. Throughout the day, pupils were exposed to Pi and various mathematical concepts, with each new lesson developing from the notion of Pi as they went from class to class and even in the dining hall, where they enjoyed the slightly less mathematical but far […]

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Othello

The Lower 6th Literature and Performance group performed a highly creative adaptation of Shakespeare’s Othello on Thursday, 14th March.  The audience literally walked into the lives of these characters and were witness to their downfall. From Venice to a promenade walk up to a makeshift army barrack, we watched the characters destroy each other. Many congratulations to Shyam […]

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Senior School Careers Fair

The Annual Careers Fair on 13th March began with a very memorable and inspirational keynote address from OM Kristy Castleton (CO 1994-1996), Founder and Chief Memory Maker of Rebel and Soul, an award-winning brand and events management agency in London and Singapore.  Pupils from Hundred and Lower Sixth were fortunate to be able to hear Kristy offer […]

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Lectern Club

On Monday, 11th March, Sixth Form pupils participating in the final Lectern Club of the Lent Term, together with Mrs Ashworth, Mr Finn and Mr Cowie, gathered at the Master’s Lodge, anticipating an evening of delicious food and stimulating speeches.  They were not disappointed as six first-time speakers from Lower Sixth took to the lectern.    Humaira […]

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South East Asia Tournament

On Saturday, 9th March, the 1st VII and U16A netball teams travelled to Singapore for the annual South East Asia tournament hosted by Tanglin Trust School. After a very early start for the teams, the first round of the competition which was in pool rounds, began at 8am. The U16 team, with a mix of Remove […]

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