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  • Guildhall Orchestra Concert

    This month, musicians from various year groups attended a spectacular Guildhall Orchestra Concert at York’s Barbican.  The group enjoyed watching some of the Queen Margaret’s Music staff members ‘at work’ performing works by Rodrigo, Beethoven, Richard Strauss and Shostakovich.  As well as teaching the cello, flute, violin and viola Julia Brewer, Louise Evans and Vince

  • The Romans Descend on Queen Margaret’s

    What can the Romans do for us? This was the question asked by the members of the ancient Brigantes tribe, otherwise known as Year I girls, in assembly on Friday 22 May. The Brigantes lived in the York area before the Roman army arrived, and soon learnt about all the benefits of civilisation, such as

  • Athletics Success

    The first half of the Summer Term has seen some fantastic successes in athletics. York Trials: A group of Queen Margaret’s top athletes competed in the York Trials for the chance to gain a place in the York Athletics Team and compete in the North Yorkshire Schools Competition. Molly Newton O’Brien, Year V, had an

  • Planting our Boarding Orchard

    During the week of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015, the girls from Queen Margaret’s School, York planted six fruit trees as part of the BSA’s boarding orchard. The colours of the trees were specially chosen to represent each of the Houses at Queen Margaret’s. The yellow of St. Aidan’s House was represented with a