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  • Royal Northern College of Music Place for Grace

    Congratulations to Grace Marwood, Year IV who, over the summer, auditioned for and has been accepted into the Royal Northern College of Music’s (RNCM) Junior Conservatoire. The news comes after Grace was invited to join the National Children’s Orchestra (NCO) earlier this year and means she will receive world-class tuition. Here, Grace shares her news

  • Xanthe Proudly Rides for GB at European Championships for Ponies

    We recently caught up with LVI girl Xanthe de Wesselow after she returned from Poland where she represented Great Britain at the FEI European Championships for Ponies. Xanthe and her ride, Baramona Lass (Suzi), were selected to ride for Great Britain after a succession of top ten placings at events this year. They travelled to

  • ‘Top Marks’ for QM girls with another year of successful GCSE results

    The girls at QM quite rightly jump for joy as today’s GCSE results are announced. The impressive results continue to improve year on year, perfectly demonstrating how QM girls tackle challenges head on and achieve anything they set their mind to. This year it has been reported that GCSEs were ‘more difficult’, with the new

  • Excellent A Level Results Confirm Queen Margaret’s “Excellent” Inspection Rating

    After being awarded the highest possible rating of “Excellent” in the recent inspection, Queen Margaret’s has yet again proven the quality of the education it provides to girls through today’s excellent A Level results. Students and staff have much to celebrate, with a 99% overall pass rate and an impressive quarter of all students achieving