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    Xanthe to ride for Team GB at FEI European Championships for Ponies

    QM girl Xanthe de Wesselow is celebrating after being selected to represent Great Britain in the Charles Owen squad at the FEI European Championships for Ponies in Poland next month. Xanthe has had a successful year in the saddle so far, securing many top 10 placings with her two rides, including a notable second place

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    Speech Day 2019

    QM’s annual Speech Day is a time for celebration, whilst also tinged with sadness, as we said goodbye to our Upper Sixth Form girls as they continue their journey in life. The red ribbon marks the bond of friendship that the girls have shared over their time here at QM and we wish them all

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    QM Shortlisted for Performing Arts School of the Year Award

    QM is ending the school year on a high note after being shortlisted in the ‘Performing Arts School of the Year’ category of the Independent Schools of the Year Awards 2019. The news comes just two weeks after the School was judged as ‘Excellent’ by inspectors and reflects the quality of the work produced by

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    Hetty Feather

    The heart-warming story of Hetty Feather’s search for her mother truly charmed the audience at each performance. One parent said “I thought the whole production was just excellent, and of a quality that genuinely defied the girls’ ages.” The Chapman Theatre was transformed into a circus tent as the cast delighted guests with scenes of daring

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    Wimbledon Presidents’ Lunch Invitation for Mrs Mitchell

    QM’s Head of Racquets, Karen Mitchell, has received a very special invitation to the Wimbledon Presidents’ Lunch for her services to county, club and schools Tennis and for her work as a Tennis Coach for over 30 years. Karen successfully competes in her sport at a national level and has been to watch the Wimbledon

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    Junior Science Challenge

    It was a spellbinding day for pupils from eight schools who visited QM for our Harry Potter themed Junior Science Challenge. St Olave’s, Westville House, Terrington Hall, Bubwith Community Primary, Belmont Grosvenor, Archbishop of York Junior, Mowden Hall and Brackenfield Schools all brought teams to compete in our fun annual event. The teams were tasked