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  • EPQ Trip to Leeds University

    Last week all the Lower Sixth students undergoing the Extended Project Qualification course went to Leeds University. In the morning we had a really interesting talk about critical thinking in both stages of our project; critical thinking whilst reading sources and how to think critically whilst writing our project. We were given a mini task to

  • Tennis Camps 2017

    This year Queen Margaret’s will once again run its popular Tennis Camps for children aged seven and over, all levels of experience and ability are welcome. Easter Camp: 10 – 13 April (individual days £25 or four days for £80). Summer Camps: 14 – 18 August and 21 – 25 August (individual days £25 or

  • Important Notice

    During the Autumn Term we became aware that some people received suspicious emails which appeared to be from Queen Margaret’s but were not. Other independent schools were also targeted in a similar manner. Please may we ask that you remain vigilant, if you receive any suspicious emails purporting to come from Queen Margaret’s please delete them, or

  • ‘A Christmas Carol': Official Photos

    QM’s superb version of the popular Christmas classic had all the structure of a pantomime whilst maintaining the traditional story centred on London’s meanest inhabitant, Ebenezer Scrooge. The performance was packed with colourful characters, gags, lots of audience participation, and certainly got everyone in the festive spirit. Congratulations to the very talented cast and crew.