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    Fenwick Fashion Show

    On Thursday 28 April over 50 parents joined us for an evening of fizz, fashion and fabulous make up. In partnership with Fenwick York QM hosted this glitzy event which was raising money for the QM Bursary Fund. The audience enjoyed an interactive Make-up Masterclass with Alan Pan, Estée Lauder Global Make-Up Artist. Covering everything from basic

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    Cantiamo go out and about in York

    Cantiamo (our inclusive Years I and II choir) went on a trip to sing to the community in York. We visited two places, the first being Connaught Court Residential Care Home. As a choir we performed three songs for them; Here I Am, Love Yourself and Stand by Me. There were also group and individual performances

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    Pink was the order of the day

    On Sunday 15 May 140 girls and staff  participated in the Race for Life at Wakefield.  This was mostly girls in Years I-IV, but some girls in  Year V and UVI joined in the fun too. Mrs Hayward, India Race and Miss Stanglewicz would have won the race but unfortunately took a wrong turn, got lost

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    Viviane wins art competition

      Viviane Bunn (UVI) entered a painting competition run by the designer outlet near School and won it! But we shouldn’t be surprised: her ‘Playful Pigs’ grace the cover of the latest edition of QM’s Insights and she is a very talented artist. The picture was a painting of a Highland Cow. Congratulations and well done

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    Year of ’74 Reunion

      On a sunny morning in Escrick a group of 25 OMs, who left School in 1974, returned to QM. Some of the ladies had not been back for 40 years, others had returned more recently, but all were excited to be together once again. The ladies came from far and wide for the reunion,

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    Lessons from Auschwitz

    Mr Rollinson and two girls in the LVI (Tryphaena Smith and Georgia Hodgkiss) recently had a 03:00 start from QM to visit Auschwitz-Birkenau as part of the Lessons From Auschwitz programme organised by the Holocaust Educational Trust.  At the heart of this programme is the message that ‘hearing is not like seeing’, and the visit