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 马尔伯勒中学

Marlborough College

 
 

 

 

 

学校性质:

独立中学、寄宿中学

排名:

 

学校类型:

2018学费:

 12175镑/学期,  注册费:

建校时间:

1843年

入学要求:

 11-18岁,  测试

学校位置:

英国西南 威尔特

奖学金项目:

 学习成绩、艺术、音乐

学生人数:

965人

其 它:

 12%考入牛剑  需提前一年申请

学校网站:

http://www.marlboroughcollege.org/

 

   ► 现在申请

 

 

学校概况:
马尔伯勒中学(马尔伯勒学院)Marlborough College 建于1843年,最开始是为英国国教神职人员子女提供教育,位于市集旁。马尔伯勒丘陵北接撒勒尼克森林,东临肯尼特河,该河更流经我校。我校校友环境优美,有大面积的花园和操场。所有教学设施设备均属一流水平。从1968年开始,我校在A-Level阶段招收女生,并于1989年完全转为合校。我校信仰英国国教,学生需要参加礼拜。师生比例是17,我校学生成绩优异。音乐(超过400名学生学习乐器),戏剧(每年上演15部戏剧作品)和艺术是我校传统优势学科。此外,体育及课外活动丰富,我校学生多次获得奖项,多名学生更是不同体育运动项目的郡代表和国家代表。多达30个社团供学生选择,满足学生的不同兴趣和需求。我校每年组织学生参加the Duke of Edinburghs Award 活动; 更为学生开设社区服务。
 
校长: Louise Moelwyn-Hughes女士,从20189月开始任职。

考试成绩: GCSE: 16211年级学生参加GCSE统考,所有学生获得8门以上的C99%的学生学习英语文学,数学,一门科学,一门人文学科和一门现代外语) 。A-levels: 18413年级学生参加A-Level统考,25%的学生通过4门以上的学科,75%的学生通过3门学科,平均分是365分。

学生升学: 99%A-Level毕业生升读大学或艺术预科课程 (59%的学生在一年后继续升读), 12%的学生升读牛剑。5%的学生学习医学,牙医和兽医,20%的学生学习科学和工程学,64%的学生学习人文学科和社会科学,3%的学生学习艺术与设计,2%的学生学习职业学科,如土地管理,6%的学生学习商业或管理。

体育: 男生必修:板球,曲棍球和橄榄球;女生必修:田径,曲棍球,篮网球和网球;多达29个体育运动供选修。我校多名学生是不同体育运动的郡代表和国家代表。 学生每年获得Duke of Edinburghs Award金银铜奖; 学生可参加军训或户外活动; 我?枭缜。超过30个社团供学生选择:阿拉伯语,哲学,法学,自然史,心理学,人类学等。

寄宿: 500名学生有独立的宿舍,256名学生使用二人间,174名学生使用多人间。宿舍数量多达60座。学生可自备餐饮。第一学期和第二学期,我校有两次长周末和期中价,允许学生在下午到本地小镇拜访。


著名校友: Sir John Betjeman, Siegfried Sassoon, Louis MacNeice (诗人); Norris McWhirter (吉尼斯世界纪录创办人); Peter Brooke (艺术家); Lord Hunt (上议院副院长); Norman Del Mar (交响乐指挥家); Sir Nicholas Goodison (金融家); Julian Pettifer (节目主持人); Chris De Burgh (歌手/作曲家); Christopher Martin-Jenkins (板球记者); Sir Peter Medawar (诺贝尔医学奖获奖者); Lord Butler (前公务员事务局局长); The Duchess of Cambridge (凯特王妃)

 

学校类型: 合校,中学
地址: Marlborough College, Marlborough, Wiltshire SN8 1PA
邮编: SN8 1PA
地区: 维尔特郡
电话: 01672 892300
官网: www.marlboroughcollege.org
学生人数: 965
费用: 寄宿生12,175英镑/学期 

 

 

  

School: Marlborough
School Type: Co-ed, Senior
Address:Marlborough College, Marlborough, Wiltshire SN8 1PA
Postcode: SN8 1PA
Region: Wiltshire
Telephone: 01672 892300
Website: www.marlboroughcollege.org
Gender: Co-ed
Pupils: 965
Fees: Per Term £10,350 (day) £12,175 (Boarding)
Enquiries: the Senior Admissions Tutor
 
 
Description:
Founded in 1843 as a school for the Sons of Clergy of the Church of England, it has a delightful setting on the edge of an agreeable market town. The Marlborough Downs lie to the north, Savernake Forest to the east, and the Kennet runs through the school grounds. Its elegant buildings lie amidst fine lawns and gardens, with large playing fields adjoining them. All facilities are of a high standard. It pioneered the admission of girls into the sixth form in 1968, and became fully co-educational in 1989. In line with the terms of its foundation, there is a good deal of emphasis on Anglican worship and instruction and some services are compulsory. A large staff allows a staff:pupil ratio of nearly 1:7. Academic standards are high and examination results consistently very good. Tremendously strong involvement in music (over 400 pupils learn an instrument). Also very strong in art and drama (over 15 dramatic productions a year). There are 34 sports and games on offer and an outstanding record in these, with county and national representatives. An excellent range of extra-curricular activities – some 30 clubs and societies cater for virtually everyone’s interests. A flourishing CCF contingent and the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme is also run; substantial commitment to local community schemes. There is splendid provision for outdoor activities.
 
School Head:

Mrs Louise Moelwyn-Hughes to take over from Jonathan Leigh in September 2018

Results:

GCSE: 162 pupils in upper fifth, all gaining at least grade C in 8+ subjects (99% of pupils included English, maths, a science, a humanity and a modern language). A-levels: 184 in upper sixth, 25% passing in 4+ subjects and 75% in 3 subjects, with an average final point score of 365.

Furtherhigher:

99% of sixth form leavers go on to a degree course or art foundation course (59% after a gap year), 12% to Oxbridge. 5% take courses in medicine, dentistry and veterinary science, 20% in science and engineering, 64% in humanities and social sciences, 3% in art and design, 2% in vocational subjects such as land management, 6% in business or management.

Sport:

Cricket, hockey, rugby compulsory for boys; athletics, hockey, netball, tennis for girls; a further 29 other sports and games offered. Regular national and many county representatives. Also bronze, silver and gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award; CCF/outdoor activities; community service. Over 30 societies, including Arabic, philosophy, law, natural history, psychology, social anthropology.

Boarding:

About 500 have own study bedroom, 256 share with 1 or 2 others, 174 are in small dormitories. Houses of about 60 (most single-sex; 4 for boys and sixth-form girls). Pupils can provide and cook own supplementary food. 2 weekend exeats in winter and easter terms, plus half-term. Afternoon visits into town allowed.

Alumni:

is run by Kate O’Connor c/o the school.

Formerpupils:

Sir John Betjeman, Siegfried Sassoon, Louis MacNeice (poets); Norris McWhirter (founder of the Guinness Book of Records); Peter Brooke (artist); Lord Hunt (Deputy Leader of the House of Lords); Norman Del Mar (conductor); Sir Nicholas Goodison (financier); Julian Pettifer (presenter); Chris De Burgh (singer/songwriter); Christopher Martin-Jenkins (cricket correspondent); Sir Peter Medawar (Nobel Prize for Medicine); Lord Butler (former Head of the Civil Service); The Duchess of Cambridge.























































































 
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