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    European Day of Languages

    Monday 26 September was European Day of Languages and the staff and students at QM marked the occasion with an array of inspired activities. Teachers were challenged to weave a European element into their lessons which saw our Year I Food Technology students learning all of their ingredients for ‘Salade de Fruits’ in French. The School was

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    Putting the fizz into Business Studies

    The Year V Business Studies class and LVI Business students recently took a trip to Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) in Wakefield. We began with a bus tour around the large premises, which we were told is the size of 16 football pitches. We were shown two warehouses, the old one and the new one which

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    Northern Ballet’s Wuthering Heights

    The Drama and Dance Departments recently made their annual visit to see Northern Ballet at the West Yorkshire Playhouse. The 70 girls and staff who attended were not disappointed. Last year the group saw the hard hitting, highly political ‘1984’ and this year it was an evocation of the destructive passion at the heart of

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    Newby Hall Photo Competition

    Years I and II recently enjoyed a joint weekend outing to Newby Hall. The sun shone down on all of the girls as they took a leisurely walk through the woods. The Red House girls took the opportunity to add an extra element of competition by seeing who could take the best photos. After enjoying a

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    Molly Wins Silver

    At the age of just seven, Molly Newton O’Brien already had dreams of one day becoming a Heptathlon champion and when the QM student watched her idol, Jessica Ennis-Hill, win gold at London 2012 it only confirmed her aspirations. Last week, Molly took a step closer to achieving her dream when she won Silver at

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    A Sweet Start to the Year

    Year I and II girls enjoyed a sweet start to the School year when they attempted to solve the mysterious death of the Swiss born chocolatier ‘Lotte Smartys’ in York. The girls were separated into three groups with their tutors and House staff to try and establish who the murderer was. They worked out the