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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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  • LVI & UVI Chemists Participate in RSC ChemNight Quiz

    Chemists from Lower and Upper VI participated in the RSC ChemNet Quiz and Pizza Evening hosted by the Chemistry Dept at the University of Bradford. Competition was fierce between the 14 teams present and the 3 QM teams did feature on the leader board at various points throughout the evening. Large quantities of pizza were

  • Theatre Studies girls devise outstanding original show on Women’s Suffrage

    This week an audience of about fifty people were privileged to see the world premiere of ‘Votes For Women’ in the Chapman Theatre. They sat gripped in attentive silence from the moment they entered the auditorium to be confronted by a tableau of female bondage, through the sometimes harrowing dramatisation of the suffering endured by Edwardian feminist pioneers

  • Music visit to The Sage

    On 12th November a group of QM girls attended a concert by the Royal Northern Sinfonia at the Sage, Gateshead. Internationally acclaimed violinist and conductor, Mr Julian Rachlin, met with QM girls after the concert and answered questions about life as a professional musician. It was a very enjoyable trip and the girls learnt much

  • Embracing Engineering

    Queen Margaret’s girls are embracing engineering with a number of them looking at studying the subject once they leave school. This week two of the girls, Charlotte Morphet (17) and Fennel Tse (18), were helped in their preparation for forthcoming engineering interviews at Imperial College by Chris Chittock, Consultant Engineer and Managing Director, of local firm Dragonfly Consulting. Both