Marlborough College Malaysia appoints new Head of Senior School

Announcements, News5 Feb 2018

Mr Nichoals Eatough, the new Head of Senior School at Marlborough College Malaysia.
Mr Nichoals Eatough, the new Head of Senior School at Marlborough College Malaysia.

ISKANDAR PUTERI: The Master of Marlborough College Malaysia is pleased to announce that Mr Nick Eatough will become Head of the Senior School in August 2018.

Nick arrived at Marlborough in August 2015 when he was appointed as Deputy Head Pastoral and Co-curricular, a key position in the Senior School and within the College’s Senior Leadership. Nick brings his vast experience in pastoral care and boarding to his new role and ensures continuity in the Senior School, as it builds upon the successes already achieved academically and in art, music, drama and sport.

Nick and his wife, Alison, have two children, Imogen and Tobias, both of whom attend the Prep School. Before coming to Marlborough, Nick was both a Housemaster and Head of History at Millfield School in the UK, and prior to that he was Head of History at the Windsor Boys’ School, while also leading one of the eight Houses there. In the early part of his career Nick taught at both New College School, Oxford and St. George’s School, Windsor Castle. A graduate of University College London, Nick also holds a Masters Degree in History and gained significant experience as an examiner of GCSE History between 2004 and 2012. He is a keen cook, cricketer and golfer and he enjoys classical music and opera.

He commented: “I am honoured and delighted to be given the opportunity to lead the Senior School at Marlborough College Malaysia into the next phase of its development. Since opening its doors in 2012, The College has grown into a unique and special place of learning, offering wonderful opportunities for young people. As Deputy Head since 2015 I have been fortunate to be part of that development and have seen my own children thrive within a genuinely supportive College community. I now look forward to working alongside my colleagues in the Senior School, as we strive for excellence across our academic, pastoral and co-curricular provision.”