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COBIS Art Competition MCM Finalists

Throughout January and February, the art department ran a competition where pupils were required to produce a piece of art that reflected the theme of Connections.    There were some incredible entries from across the school, in a variety of mediums, all showing different interpretations so it was a difficult task selecting the winners across […]

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Patrick Kerton | Sixth Form Talks

On Thursday 4th March the Sixth form community were treated to a thrilling online talk by Patrick Kerton. Patrick is a world-renowned Hollywood stuntman and stunt director. He is best known for his work on such movies as ‘X-Men’, ‘Suicide Squad’ and ‘300’ and he gave us a fascinating insight into the technical aspects of […]

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Conversation with Jon Lewis | Sport

This week we started series 2 of the ‘Conversation Series’ with a twist to allow our scholars and wider pupil body the opportunity to ask questions to sporting professionals currently working in the elite game. This week’s talk was with Jon Lewis, current Bangladesh batting coach and Ex-England performance coach. Jon has over 30 years […]

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Lessons from Lockdown | Parent Wellbeing Blog

The recent Upper Sixth mock exams put to the test all that the pupils have learned academically over the last two years. No doubt the reports that their beaks have been writing this week will largely focus on their performance in these assessments, the areas that they need to improve in, and the likely grade […]

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World Wildlife Day 2021

To mark this year’s World Wildlife Day on the 3rd March 2021 pupils across the College picked specific areas of interest.    In the senior school, Mr Duncan and his Remove (Year 10) Geography class discussed the theme for this year’s World Wildlife Day: Forests and Livelihoods –  Sustaining People and Planet. They studied the […]

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November IGCSE Examination Results

High academic standards and top notch teaching and learning lie at the heart of a Marlborough College Malaysia education and a number of pupils at the College have been celebrating excellent IGCSE examination results since their publication a few days ago.   A group of pupils sat early entry examinations in Mathematics in November (these […]

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Debra Stephenson | Sixth Form Talks

Debra spoke eloquently about her journey from a very young age to her present roles in a number of prominent TV shows in the UK. Her career was originally launched when she won the BBC’s ‘Opportunity Knocks’ competition in 1987 at the age of just 14, a contest that was broadcast on TV and drew […]

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Becoming the Bamboo that Bends | Parent Wellbeing Blog

“The bamboo that bends is stronger than the oak that resists.” This old Japanese proverb came to mind as my wife’s favourite mixing bowl slipping from my soapy fingers and disintegrated on the kitchen tiles. The bowl was bright red and one of the few remaining meaningful pieces that my wife had brought from the […]

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Chinese New Year Celebrations 2021

Whilst celebrations for Lunar New Year, Year of the OX may have looked a little different from normal, that did not stop the MCM community from celebrating in full force prior to the half term holiday. Pre-Prep pupils created and decorated lanterns or crafted their own Ox. Prep pupils designed posters containing information about the […]

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