Senior School

World Schools Debating

On June 19th, fifteen members of the Senior School went to Tanglin Trust School for a debating match.  We were given two motions one week ahead of time for each age group and we began preparations.  The motions concerned the legitimacy of civil disobedience and the prevention of the exploitation of foreign domestic workers.  Teams followed the World […]

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Lectern Club

On the evening of the 17th of July, the third Lectern Club of 2019 was held at the Master’s Lodge, with respected guests including Ms Rich, Mr Arscott and Mr Glynn. It was truly a night of conversation and companionship accompanied by delicious food prepared by Catering. Six Sixth Form pupils took on the topic […]

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Senior House Challenge 2019

This year’s House Challenge final took place in Assembly on 12th June between Wills House and Wallace House. Wills had vanquished Butler and Honan en route to the final, while Wallace defeated the might of Sheppard and the smarts of Steel. The format was simple: each team was asked 30 questions with correct answers scoring two […]

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FoMCM Hari Raya Open House Coffee Morning

FoMCM held their Hari Raya Open House Coffee Morning on Tuesday 11th June in the Green Hall at Pre-Prep. Parents were serenaded by pupils from Y3-Y7 with traditional Malay songs and dance “Balik Kampung & Selamat Hari Raya”. Yasmin Abdul Razak from Lower Sixth beautifully sang a version of Selamat Hari Raya whilst parents feasted […]

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Formal Debating Skills

Unlike public speaking, debating ensures the engagement of the whole class. From the two teams competing to the audience who can interact with Points of Information or Interest.  This week the English Department beaks trialled more formal debating skills with their Shell classes with respect to two debates on a text which they are studying […]

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GCSE Art and Design Exhibition

The GCSE Art and Design Exhibition opened on Thursday, 23rd May, in the Morris Gallery. We were delighted that so many parents, Common Room, visitors and pupils came to view the work of our 25 young artists. These impressive and varied artworks have been created over the two years of the GCSE course. Each artist […]

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Shell Scholars 2019/20

Marlborough College Malaysia is proud to introduce our first Shell Scholars. The Scholarship Programme has been designed to provide extraordinary opportunities to stretch and challenge our most able and ambitious current and prospective pupils in their chosen fields; initially, these are academia and sport, with music and drama being planned as next year’s additions. Underlying […]

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Leavers Ball 2019

The evening of Friday 24th May proved to be a wonderfully balmy one and provided the perfect environment for the Upper 6th Leavers’ Ball. This is a major annual event at the College, at which we mark the end of the IB examinations for our leaving Upper 6th pupils. As guests arrived, they mingled with their aperitifs […]

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Rohingya CAS Group Project

At the beginning of March, the L6th CAS group carried out our CAS group project. The project was centred on the Rohingya refugee children from the local Rohingya refugee school. The Rohingya is a group of people who are regarded as stateless (meaning that they do not belong to any country), the majority of whom […]

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TOK Presentations

As part of the IB Core assessment, all Lower Sixth students are required to explore a real-life/contemporary situation from the perspective of the Theory of Knowledge in the form of a 10-minute oral presentation (or longer within a group).  Whilst argumentation not presentations skills per se are at the heart of the assessment, it is […]

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