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Face Shield Endorsed by DATA | Community

MCM are extremely proud to announce that Mr Mason – Head of Design and Technology, face shield design has been endorsed for use by the Design and Technology Association (DATA), making it one of only three designs that have approval for manufacture by DT departments to support the NHS (UK) It is the only ‘covered’ […]

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Face Shield Production | Design and Technology

Head of DT – Mr Andrew Mason, was eager to lend his skills to help in the fight against Covid-19 this has resulted in the successful manufacture of face shields for front line doctors and nurses at the local hospital. Mr Mason has been working hard to design a face shield, which would be cheap, […]

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Moby the Malayan Tiger

For the academic year, 2019-2020 MCM Geography Department has sponsored a Malayan Tiger named ‘Moby’ in association with the Malaysian WWF. Back in the 1950s, Malaysia was thought to have as many as 3,000 tigers. In 2014, the number of Malayan tigers was estimated to have declined to an estimated 250-340, down from approximately 500 […]

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Desaru Beach Clean Project | Outreach

Boarders, day pupils and staff regularly travel to the Desaru coast to conduct beach cleans. Post monsoon, the beaches are in a terrible state, full of debris and due to the limited accessibility from public services, the beaches are often long overdue a good clean. Many of our regular volunteer’s comment on the appalling amount […]

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Finalist Certificate ISA Wellbeing Award 2020

Marlborough College Malaysia is proud to have been shortlisted for the International School Awards 2020 initiative to support school wellbeing. Although on this occasion we did not win the award, it is reassuring to have the work of our entire College community in this field endorsed by an international panel of experts.   This was the […]

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A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols 2019

On Sunday 8th December, the Wykeham Hall assumed a festive air with traditional decorations, mince pies and mulled wine. A congregation joined over 90 boys and girls from the College’s choirs with accompanists as Marlborough College Malaysia celebrated its Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols. Following a welcome from the Master and opened by Ven. […]

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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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CAS Group EAL Activity

Over the course of the year, our CAS group challenged ourselves by embarking on an EAL activity to teach members of the Estates Staff basic English phrases or words.  EAL stands for English as a Second Language and plays a huge part here at MCM. The interaction between the members of the Estate Staff, pupils […]

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Visit by Malaysia’s Minister of Education

Marlborough College Malaysia was the destination for a recent visit by YB Dr Maszlee Malik, Malaysia’s Minister of Education. On Sunday 10th February, Dr Maszlee and a group of senior guests from the Ministry of Education and Iskandar Investment were given a tour of MCM’s extensive site by the Master, Mr Alan Stevens and the […]

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Sungai Melayu School Art Workshop

On Monday, 14th January, Prep Outreach organised an art workshop for the Year 5 pupils from Sungai Melayu School.  Pupils from both schools worked collaboratively to design and create their own personalised photo frame complete with a Polaroid photo with their new friend.  I would like to thank Ms Dalton for organising the art workshop.  Following […]

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Afternoon Tea with the Master and Mrs Stevens

One of my favourite occasions is having a very traditional Afternoon Tea with a three-tiered cake stand laden with tempting goodies washed down with refreshing cups of hot tea.  So, it was with great pleasure that the Master and I welcomed our hard-working College Prefects on Friday, 7th December, and our well-deserving Prep School Merit […]

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Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols

On Sunday 9th December in the evocative chill of the air conditioning, the Wykeham Hall assumed a festive air with traditional decorations, the promise of mince pies and mulled wine. A packed congregation joined over 100 boys and girls from the College’s choirs and orchestras as Marlborough College Malaysia celebrated its Festival of Nine Lessons […]

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Marlborough College Malaysia Charity Art Auction 2018

The fifth Charity Art Auction at MCM was held on 29th November, exploring the theme ‘Cultural Connections’, in celebration of the diverse and international nature of our College with 43 different nationalities represented.  Together, our young artists from Pre-School to Upper Sixth, beaks and support staff contributed to the wonderful exhibition of paintings on the […]

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IN Exhibition 2018

Marlborough College Malaysia’s thriving and vibrant Visual Arts programme has started as we mean to go on. With the new academic year well underway, 15 of our talented artists participated in the prestigious annual IN Exhibition in Singapore. Marlborough College Malaysia partners with 15 other international schools in Singapore to showcase the unique talent and […]

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Odd Socks Day

  On Wednesday, 14th November, Marlborough College Malaysia wore odd socks to demonstrate that they ‘choose respect’ and raise awareness of bullying.  Pupils at the college are encouraged to show companionship every day.  Highlighting that it is ok to be different through our Odd Socks Day supports this core value of companionship.  As well as raising […]

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Kranji Remembrance Day Service 2018

On Sunday 11th November the boarding community, Common Room and MCM families joined, dignitaries, military personnel and religious leaders at Kranji War Memorial in Singapore for the annual Remembrance Day service. This year’s service marked exactly 100 years to the day since the First World War ended, with the signing of an armistice which came into effect at 11 […]

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Remembrance Services

To commemorate the end of the First World War on 11th November 1918, pupil remembrance assemblies took place across the College which included moving details about the many who have served or are serving their countries. Assemblies also included the significance of the red poppies, which grew on the battlefields after World War I ended, and […]

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Nations Day 2018

  Friday, 19th October, saw the first whole College Nations Day, as the two schools came together for the first time to celebrate the diverse culture at MCM.  It was wonderful to see over 40 nations represented across the two schools as pupils wore their national dress or colours with pride.  The day started with a […]

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