Events

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Friendly Swim Gala

MCM hosted its first friendly Swimming Gala on Tuesday against local schools, Excelsior and Tenby. Marlborough gained an early lead due to their strength and control in the difficult stroke of butterfly. Backstroke and breaststroke followed and it was clear to see that all our pupils had grasped the importance of streamlining, which is taught […]

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Prefects’ Social

Last Saturday (14th November) marked the first annual Prefects’ Social, an event organised and executed by the Prefects of MCM for the Remove and Hundred. We decided upon the theme of ‘90s fashion’ and some pupils turned out in very impressive outfits with Ray in the Hundred winning the best dressed category! All in all […]

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MCM pupils awarded highest examination marks in Malaysia

At the recent Pearson Medallion Awards Ceremony, held in Kuala Lumpur on 5th September 2015, five pupils from Marlborough College Malaysia received awards recognising their achievements for gaining the highest marks in Malaysia in the Edexcel IGCSE examinations. The award winners were: Ameer Chugthai for History and Religious Studies, Anya Igwe for Religious Studies, Edward […]

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Yayasan Khazanah Black Tie Dinner 2015

Marlborough’s association with Yayasan Khazanah dates back to 2012 when the Foundation decided to send a number of its scholarship recipients to the College. Since then we have been fortunate to receive a small number of scholars each year in the Senior School and now have 23 Khazanah scholars on the roll. At the recent […]

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MCM Prize Day 2015

The annual Prize Day took place on Saturday 4th July. Nicholas Goh entertained the audience of over 500 with a brilliant rendition of Chopin’s Fantasie Impromptu, which set the tone for the occasion. The words of Jerusalem from Milton by William Blake (1757 – 1827) to the music of Sir Hubert Parry (written in 1916) […]

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MCM Rocks 2015

The College held its very first rock show at the weekend called MCM Rocks 2015. The 12 different acts brought together a wealth of talent from across the Senior School. There were established groups that have been run as school activities; as well as pupils who have taken it upon themselves to put something together […]

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Marlborough Miles 2015

This year’s Marlborough Miles charity event marked the Coronation of His Majesty the Sultan of Johor. The spirited MCM community was welcomed with clear blue skies for a morning on the ‘Marlborough Mile’. After the success of last year’s journey from MCM to MCUK we decided to raise the target further; taking us through the […]

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Hundred and Lower Sixth Careers Fair

On Friday 27th February, Marlborough College Malaysia held its second Careers Fair for pupils in Hundred and Lower Sixth. A number of parents, Old Marlburians and professionals from the area visited to speak to the pupils and to field questions about their chosen career path. The pupils left the discussions feeling inspired and more aware […]

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OM Dinner 2015

Members of the Marlburian Club and their spouses met at the Singapore Island Golf and Country Club at the invitation of the Singapore Marlburian Club Secretary, HY Lau, and the President of the Club, Richard Fleck on Saturday 28th February. With nearly sixty people present HY Lau introduced the Masters of the two Marlboroughs, Jonathan […]

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Cricket Pitch – Official Opening on 17th January 2015

I was saddened to read an article in the Daily Telegraph during the Christmas vacation which suggested that cricket throughout Britain was on the decline, primarily because the time taken to play the noble game exceeded the average individual’s free time. As a consequence, many village and pub sides have disappeared from long standing fixture […]

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