Pupil Achievements

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For the Love of Knowledge

Five of our Sixth Form pupils have successfully completed the online course Introduction to Philosophy run by the The University of Edinburgh through a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) provider, Coursera. With universities now offering versions of their courses online, a group of pupils were able to meet each week after school, guided by two […]

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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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2014 – 15 IGCSE Results

We are pleased to announce another set of excellent IGCSE results. The cohort of sixty two candidates, some of whom have been at the College since it started in 2012 and others who joined in either the Remove or Hundred, should be delighted with their level of attainment. One pupil achieved 10A* grades and five […]

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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 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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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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Oxbridge and KTJ Debating Forum Trip

Four MCM pupils took part in the Oxbridge and KTJ Debating Forum, an event that gives young people the opportunity to listen to academic speakers and to take part in competitive debating themselves. The day started with alumni from Oxford and Cambridge Universities debating the motion: ‘This House believes that Modern Media is malignant and not […]

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MCM IB Pupils Become ‘International Online Share Traders of the Year’

Four MCM IB pupils have beaten over 8,700 other teams from the UK and around the world to become the best International stocks and shares trading team. Each year the UK’s Institute of Fiscal Studies run an online share trading game known as Student Investor. Teams of four students are given a virtual £100,000 (that’s roughly 550,000 […]

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A* Japanese IGCSE Success

Congratulations to our four Cambridge IGCSE Japanese candidates who all achieved A* grades in the recently released results from the November 2014 examinations. These results reflect the linguistic ability of the pupils, their hard work and the excellent preparation of their Japanese teacher, Mrs Webber. Well done to all.

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