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1st XI v Junior Jolly Wallabies

On Sunday 15th April Marlborough College Malaysia’s 1st XI took to the field for the very first time against a strong Junior Jolly Wallabies side, made up of players from Johor and Singapore. The opposition won the toss and elected to field on a damp morning and this looked to be a good decision as […]

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MCM Appoints First Prefects

Marlborough College Malaysia appointed its first cohort of Prefects to commence duties at the start of the Summer term 2015. From this group of ten pupils, a Head Boy and Head Girl (Senior Prefects) will be selected in due course. Prefects have been a feature at Marlborough throughout its history. The College Register tells us […]

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Greenland Scholarship Programme

Through their corporate social responsibility programme, Greenland Danga Bay Sdn Bhd has contributed RM500,000 towards a scholarship programme for the College. In a ceremony held at the end of last term, Wu Shao Hua, General Manager of Greenland, signed a memorandum of understanding with HY Lau, an OM (C2, 1970-75) and a member of the […]

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MCM Pupils Win Taekwando Gold

Marlborough College Malaysia was represented in the recently held Singapore Taekwando Federation championships by Natasha and Nadia, who both managed to win gold medals in their respective classes. Natasha’s opponent retired hurt due to the strength of Natasha’s kicks and blocks and Nadia, as usual, was extremely fast scoring 13-0 in one bout. (A score […]

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GCSE Design Technology Projects

As part of their GCSE Design and Technology course, the Remove pupils were asked to design and make a docking station for an MP3 player. They were free to explore a variety of materials and techniques but there had to be an element of Computer Aided Design work included. Here are this year’s fantastic results […]

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MCM v Singapore Cricket Club

Sunday 22nd March marked the first fixture between the Singapore Cricket Club and the College. Both the Master and Hugh Darwell, captain of the SCC side, stressed that this would be the start of a close relationship between the two institutions and an invitation has already been extended for Marlborough to play at the Padang […]

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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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Year 3 and 4 Showcases

Years 3 and 4 have been exploring the fantastical writing of Dr. Seuss. The pupils explored the sensational plots and mythical characters. They worked hard on their use of facial expressions, gestures, voice and of course on enjoying being in the spotlight. For many pupils this was their first opportunity to perform on stage. The College believes all […]

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Remove Economists Earn Brownie Points

This week the Remove economics pupils have been cooking up a storm (cooking up Brownies actually!) in order to illustrate the effects of competitive markets. The 40 pupils were split into 8 equally sized companies and given the task of selling the same product – chocolate brownies. Each team was given 50 MYR as ‘start-up […]

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