Academic

Business/DT Collaboration: A Pupil’s Perspective

Late last month, our Business Studies class (11-3) visited the Design & Technology department to learn more about how technology impacts production.  We were curious to learn about two types of technology, specifically Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM). We wanted to learn the advantages and disadvantages of CAD/CAM machines and how […]

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Debating Society 2022

During Michaelmas term, a new and exciting team has formed at Marlborough College Malaysia: the Debating Society. Reflecting a classic British debating club, the debating team will compete in region-wide competitions discussing a range of philosophical, political and international topics. Led by English teacher and Head of TOK, Mr. Tapp, the Debating Society competed in […]

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A Play in a Day

On Saturday 5th November, IB English Literature candidates undertook a great drama challenge: to create a play in a day. The play, Arthur Miller’s ‘A View From the Bridge,’ was chosen for pupils to adapt into a short performance, entirely planned, scripted, rehearsed and acted within eight hours. Miller made it clear he was writing […]

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Sixth Form Skills Saturday

On Saturday 8th October the Sixth Form students took part in various workshops to help advance their study skills that are required as part of the Diploma Programme. Pupils were given guidance and time to develop their skills. The Lower Sixth started their morning with a presentation by Mrs. Jerling on positive mentality. As new […]

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Year 3 Ancient Egypt Day 2022

On Friday 7th October, Year 3 came into school donned in gold, blue and black, ready for Ancient Egypt Day. This day aims to educate pupils about an ancient part of history, learning their ways, inventions and dress. The day began with a Pre-Prep parade. As Year 3 began their descent into Year 2 and […]

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Year 4 Roman Day

On the 4th October, Year 4 entered MCM looking like true Romans, dressed in tunics, belts and golden crowns, all in preparation for Roman Day. This day is a chance for pupils to learn about many different aspects of the Roman era, from their artwork to their infrastructure.    The day began with a scientific […]

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Economics and Business Debate

How positive is the UK’s new mini-budget?   Throughout the year, pupils have learnt about different economic systems, models and equations to determine economic success, however, all of this needs to be practised in real-time. This week, pupils have been assessing the strengths and weaknesses of Kwasi Kwarteng’s mini-budget in the UK. This culminated in […]

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Hundred Geography Trip 2022: A Pupil Report

From the 26th to the 28th of September, the Hundred Geography pupils took a 3-day trip to Kota Tinggi and Mersing to carry out essential urban and river fieldwork for our IGCSE Geography course.    After the departure from school, we arrived at Kota Tinggi where we carried out river sampling in Sungai Pelepah to […]

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