Senior School

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The Christmas Carol Service

On Sunday 8th December, Common Room, parents and pupils filled the Sports Hall for this celebration. The Venerable Edward John, Archdeacon of Johor Bahru welcomed the congregation before everyone stood to sing Once in Royal David’s City. A special thank you to Miss Pyper for her work with the Senior Choir and Orchestra and to […]

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Senior School Division Swimming Gala

The last Tuesday of term saw the Senior School take to the water in the first annual ‘Marlborough College Malaysia Senior School Division Swimming Gala’. With over one hundred and seventy pupils battling it out in twenty-four individual events and four, four-man relays against their opposing Divisions, the competition was fierce. This was matched by […]

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Advent Beagle Hash

After a week of planning, it was time for the hares (Tim Wu-Murphy, Omar Mourad, Ary Hashim, Bryan Loo, Mr Nicholson, Mr Harkins and Mr Walters) to lead a group of students and beaks on an adventure in a jungle opposite Southampton University. The day before the Hash, the hares made a few adjustments and […]

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Model United Nations

Marlborough College Malaysia has offered an exciting new activity this year to its pupils, known as Model United Nations (MUN). Open to Senior School pupils aged 14+, pupils are asked to be representative delegates of countries in a simulated United Nations debate. Each pupil is also allocated to a committee such as Human Rights Committee […]

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Footloose the Musical

Last week, Shell’s production of ‘Footloose’ was performed to parents and pupils over three days. Although having to sacrifice some lunchtimes and after-school free time for the rehearsals, we got to know each other better and, though it was tough at times, we had fun. Special credit must go to Miss Pyper and Miss Cowley, […]

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ACSIS X Country Championships U12 & U14

On 13th November, the MCM U12 and U14 runners arrived at Tampines Bike Park for the annual ACSIS Middle School X-Country Championships. LFS played host to the event and welcomed the fifteen competing schools into the grounds and immediately under the shaded area. Temperatures soared above 30 degrees centigrade and the air was thick with […]

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Design & Technology Trip to Southampton University Malaysia Campus

On Monday 11th November the Design and Technology students from Remove and Hundred were taken on a trip to The University of Southampton’s Malaysia campus in Educity, Iskandar. After an introductory talk by Professor John McBride about studying Engineering at Southampton we were taken on a tour of the Engineering Department. This included a brief […]

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U14 Running Report 6th Nov

With the long anticipated ACSIS Running Championships only a week away, the MCM U14 squad travelled to their last friendly on 6th November, for some final race preparations. The friendlies throughout the season have not only been an excellent way of keeping our runners on track and fit for competition, they have also provided valuable […]

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U19 Cross-Country Championships

On 30th October, five dedicated senior runners sacrificed the last day of their half term break to attend the ACSIS U19 Cross-Country Championships at Pasir Ris, Singapore. The 5km race for both boys and girls was gruelling in the heat and humidity. Runners from the eleven competing schools were clearly pushed to their limit, which […]

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House Shout 2013

The Marlborough House Shout took place on the final evening of the half term before a full house in the drama theatre. Taylor House began the proceedings and performed ‘Demons’, a somewhat dark song by Indie Rock band Imagine Dragons. The tonal quality of the performance was most impressive and the piano playing of accompanist […]

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