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Where girls aim high and exceed their expectations

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Where girls engage in independent thought

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Where girls make friendships that last a lifetime

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Where girls engage confidently with their community

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Where girls respect individuality and difference

Where girls aim high
and exceed their expectations

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  • Top Independent Girls’ Boarding School in the North

    Queen Margaret’s School has been named as the Top Independent Girls’ Boarding School in the North for A Level Results by Education Advisers Ltd and sixth position in the national league table. Recognising excellence in academic achievement, the league table takes three separate outcomes into consideration; A Level results, A* and A grades obtained and

  • OM Sports Day

    QM was bathed in Spring sunshine on Saturday 7 March –booked specially to celebrate the return of nearly 30 OMs for an afternoon of sports. There were shrieks of excitement as OMs arrived and gathered in the Sports Hall – some not having seen each other for several years and many not having been back

  • Solar Eclipse at Queen Margaret’s School

    The girls at Queen Margaret’s School had the amazing opportunity on Friday 20 March to observe the partial solar eclipse first hand.  The weather was unexpectedly clear so Mrs Cameron agreed to interrupt Mark Reading for this momentous occasion. Obviously it is very dangerous to look directly at the sun so Mrs Thomas explained how

  • Junior Schools’ Tournament 2015

    On Friday 13 March, Queen Margaret’s held their Junior Schools’ Sports Tournament, now in its sixteenth year. With 18 different schools competing and over 180 participants, girls enjoyed taking part in Netball and Cross Country events. Schools from the York area and beyond joined in the activities. The event has become a tradition for local