- Wed 2 Apr Shakespeare Festival - MEC
- Thu 3 Apr Shakespeare Festival - MEC
- Thu 3 Apr Easter Concert – Music 7pm, School
- Fri 4 Apr School closes for Easter Holiday
- Mon 7 Apr Easter Revision Programme for Year 11 (7 -18 April inclusive)
- Tue 22 Apr School re-opens for Term 5
- Welcome to KS4 Information
- This term's PE rotations and extra-curricular activities
- School Development Priorities
Sixth Form Applications
The Marlborough School converted to academy status on 1 October 2012.Read more
The Marlborough C of E School is a converter academy located in Woodstock, Oxfordshire. We take great pride in our philosophy and ethos. Read more from the Headteacher
Study Support during the Easter holiday
During the two week holiday period a number of staff are offering Year 11 students a range of revision classes. Do please encourage your son or daughter to attend these sessions. Some Year 11 students will receive a personal invitation which indicates attendance would have a real impact on their final grades making the difference in some cases of one whole grade.
First school/users in the whole country to use the London Velodrome
A cluster of Marlborough's sporting elite took on the challenge bestowed to Sir Chris Hoy and Laura Trott, when they visited the site of global success at the London 2012 Olympics; the velodrome.
MP praises school
The Marlborough School is praised by David Laws MP, Minister for Schools, for being one of the top 100 schools in England for excellent improvement in GCSE results for the last three years.
Photographs from the show 'We Will Rock You'
Click here to link to the Flickr page of official photos. Hover over any of them to see the number to order from the Resources Department.
(NOTE: There is more than one page of photos)
Click here to download an order form for photographs.
The King Prize for Creative Writing
In Association with Blenheim Palace Literary Festival
This competition has been offered by author Melanie and Ross King
You are asked to produce a piece of creative writing on any subject matter of your choice.
Click here for further details and competition rules.
Annual Charities Week and Fun Run
THANK YOU to The Marlborough C of E community for their support in raising over £7,000. On 15 January 2014, cheques were presented to representatives of our chosen charities, each receiving the magnificent sum of £1,175.
The senior citizens Christmas lunch was also supported.
Our chosen charities this year are: Parkinson's UK, Footsteps (based in Abingdon), Katherine House Hospice, Child Brain Injury Trust, Dyslexia Action, and as always our Senior Citizen's Christmas lunch.
Do you have old board games?
Do you have a board game you have finished with? Would you like to donate them to the library? Now the weather has turned colder students are coming to the library to play with board games at breaktimes. Some of the library games are a little worse for wear and we would appreciate any donations. Thank you, Mrs Marshall and Mrs Onions in the library.
Thank you so much for your generous donations. We have now finished collecting. The Foodbank greatly appreciated the donations which will help many people who are experiencing financial difficulty this winter.
Lloyds Bank Community Fund for Daniel's Pond
We are pleased to report that we won second prize in our category and have been awarded £3,000 towards this renovation project. Many thanks to all those who supported us.
Charity Recycling Bank
From mid-July, the school is hosting a charity clothes bank on its front car park. Look out for the ‘pink metal box’! The charity is ASPIRE which is an Oxford based charity whic supports people who are coming out of short term prison sentences and are without work. The charity offers paid employment for them and the chance of a fresh start. The school also receives a ‘pay-back’ percentage per tonne of the stuff deposited. As a school which has always said to its pupils, “we can all make a mistake; learn from it and move on”, this seems to be an appropriate charity to support. We hope you agree and will support ASPIRE (and the school) in this initiative.