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    Excellente! Cineclub Review La Fille du Puisatier

    Sixth Form linguists recently enjoyed this French classic. Click to read their review in both French and English… As part of their studies, every Sixth Former undertaking a language attend cineclubs throughout each term, allowing each to not only soak up the language but also the cultures of the regions they are studying. Most recently,

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    OLE! QM Hosts ‘El Carnival’

    Lower School girls celebrate Spanish culture at El Carnival evening On 12 January, Lower School hosted ‘El Carnival’ or ‘Spanish Carnival’ in celebration of Spanish culture and as a way for our current Spanish girls to share their culture and heritage with fellow students. Reports below have been given by a number of girls in

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    Girls Raise £3,000+ for York Playspace

    Multiple fundraising initiatives over last term lead to large donation by Charity Committee On Wednesday 23 January, girls from the Charity Committee presented York Playspace with a cheque totalling over £3,000 garnered through multiple fundraising initiatives. Selected as Charity of the Year, York Playspace exists to ‘provide and promote quality play opportunities for children and

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    Sports Results: 16th-25th January

    Netball, Lacrosse, Hockey, Swimming and Badminton results Netball: Results this week: U15 A and B vs Pocklington won 14-9 and 12-6. Excellent results. Mavericks B lost 47-17 Mavericks A lost 45-40 UI4 B vs Queen Mary’s A won 25-20 U13B vs. Queen Mary’s A lost 7-6 Upcoming Matches next  week: 1st and 2nd VII @ Silcoates 2.15pm

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    From the Archives: QM’s History of Charity

    Since opening her doors in 1901, QM has placed great emphasis on charitable work. The story of Shadwell illustrates the ongoing legacy of community involvement… Since opening her doors in Scarborough in 1901, Queen Margaret’s has placed great emphasis on charitable work. The story below illustrates QM’s deep commitment to encouraging girls to be engaged

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    QM Lasses Celebrate Burns Night!

    On Saturday 19 January, QM celebrated Burns Night with an evening of haggis, reeling, boys and a huge amount of fun. Report given by Rachel Gladstone. Some hae meat and canna eat, and some wad eat that want it, but we hae meat and we can eat, and sae the Lord be thankit. Burns Night

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    QM Girls Rise to the Occasion at Model UN

    ‘MUN teaches you that your voice matters and can make a different to people all around the world.’ – LVI student Near the end of last term, 15 QM girls, accompanied by Mrs Doyle, Miss Jones and Mr Rollinson visited Tudor Hall School for their 2nd Annual Model United Nations (MUN). QM has a very