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    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

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    ‘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.

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    Rosa Selected for Horse Scotland Performance Squad

    Many congratulations to Rosa Onslow, UVI, who has been selected to join the Horse Scotland Performance Squad following the trial sessions she attended in Glasgow earlier this month. This means that Rosa will receive funding (backed by the Lottery) to support her Eventing for the next two years. The Performance Squad represents Horse Scotland’s highest

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    Economics Conference, London

    Our trip began with an early start at King’s Cross station, and a somewhat hectic journey across London to the City Temple. Due to Mrs Derrig’s great planning we managed to bag first row seats at this year’s Students’ Economic Conference and were ready for Tim Harford (Financial Times, BBC) at 11:00. ‘Connections! What are

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    Christmas Poems

    Every month at QM, the English Department treats the School to a ‘poem of the month’. This month, in a bumper Christmas edition, there were three poems. What’s more, these poems were penned by Year III students. The girls were inspired by ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas’ by Clement Clarke Moore, and ‘Christmas’ by John

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    Leiths Christmas Cakes

    The UVI Leiths students rounded off their last Leiths class of the year in a very fitting way – by decorating their Christmas cakes. The girls enjoyed a glass of freshly made mulled wine and got into the festive spirit with Christmas crackers and paper hats aplenty. We’re sure you’ll agree that their finished cakes

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    Sixth Form Politics Trip

    Last week the Sixth Form Politics students, together with Miss Peacock, set off bright and early for a day filled with train journeys and of course, lots of Politics. After arriving at Kings Cross station we made our way on the tube to Westminster. Here we joined thousands of other students in Westminster Central Hall where

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    Raspberry Pi Computing Projects

    Last week saw the culmination of Year III’s Raspberry Pi powered Physical Computing projects. Students designed, programmed and constructed their own physical computing objects, working in groups throughout the course of this term. This year we saw varied designs and projects including a motion activated infrared night vision wildlife camera, a time lapse camera, a

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    Theatre Trips: ‘Spamalot’ and ‘Blood Brothers’

    80 girls from Years III to UVI and 16 staff recently took over the Grand Circle at the Grand Opera House in York to see Pick Me Up Theatre’s new production of ‘Spamalot’. For many of the girls it was their first introduction to the absurd and hilarious world of Monty Python’s Flying Circus in

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    National Success for Millie

    Last weekend Millie Goode (Year V) competed in the National Trampoline League Finals in the Velodrome at the Olympic Park, London. Millie had to qualify for the Finals by scoring points in regional competitions and finish with a top 24 ranking in the country in her age category. The National League Finals are a huge