Marlborough College Malaysia (MCM) is a British boarding and day school in Johor, Malaysia catering for pupils age 3 to 18 within a 90-acre purpose-built site that includes an organic farm, golf driving range and lake for water sports.
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Pupils at MCM carry the torch for a new era of education. They embody the spirit of internationalism and emerge as the beneficiaries of cross-cultural exchanges, an international perspective and preparation for life in a global environment.
Listed in the top 100 Schools Globally Spear’s Schools Index 2021, Marlborough College is the sister school to Marlborough College UK.
Renowned for its outstanding, international award-winning pastoral care and strategic leadership, it's also in the top 2% of IB schools in the world. Pupils go on to top Russell Group and Ivy League Universities including Oxford and Cambridge and also gain lifelong membership to the Old Marlburian Network worldwide.
The working week at Marlborough is full and, for boarders, weekends also offer an extensive programme of structured activities, social occasions and other opportunities.
The forming of close-knit relationships is essential to effective boarding and it is often in the ‘spaces between’ – between lessons, before school, after school, after prep and before bedtime that boarders converse, discuss and engage with each other. This is in addition to the wide-ranging curriculum and sporting activities on offer.
Learning beyond the curriculum is pivotal to the MCM experience and Barton Farm provides convenient access for the community to an outdoor venue for multiple functions. The upkeep of the farm has provided all members of the community – from pre-school pupils to parents – to become involved and has helped to build a strong sense of community.
The aim of Barton Farm is to offer another facility to promote the wellbeing of all the MCM community. By providing opportunities to learn to care for animals and plants, the pupils can learn and practise the processes of growing, harvesting and feeding. Working on the farm enables pupils to give up some of their time and serve the community.