Malvern College – Keeper of the Kipling

20 Feb 2019

The College has a special prize called ‘The Keeper of the Kipling’ that is awarded to a pupil from any Year who is deemed by the English department to have produced the best piece of original pupil writing that term.

The Kipling is a collection of precious leather-bound books by Rudyard Kipling which has a special history and association with Malvern. This collection forms a trophy of sorts, and the winner keeps ‘The Kipling’ until it is passed on to the next recipient.

The Keeper of the Kipling in the Autumn term was Megan Smyth (in the Remove) for her original story ‘The Lucky Killer’.

Dr Bradley Wells, Head of English