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    Mental Health Awareness Week

    Do you have five minutes? 18-22 May 2020 is Mental Health Awareness Week so we wanted to give you the chance to benefit from one of the regular mindfulness and meditation exercises that our very own Mrs Thomas provides to QM girls and staff every week. Meditation can be an invitation to let your thoughts

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    Tough Training Session for Three Peaks Team

    The second and final training walk for the Three Peaks Challenge took place last weekend in testing conditions – it was extremely hot. In fact it was so hot that the plan to walk up Pen-y-Ghent and then across the moors to Malham was abandoned in favour of a straightforward ascent of Pen-y-Ghent, still a good

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    Three Peaks Challenge

    On Sunday 9 July, 13 students and five members of staff from QM will set off on a four day adventure to climb the three highest mountains in Wales, England and Scotland. First they will tackle Mount Snowdon in North Wales, then Scafell Pike in the Lake District and finally, but by no means least, Ben

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    Big Band in a Day

    Back in April I was lucky enough to be chosen to play in a Big Band at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club in London, as a support act for the Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Orchestra through the scheme ‘Big Band in a Day’. Last Sunday at midday, 13 of us, aged 13 to 18, arrived having never

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    QM Musician Of The Year 2017

    Over the course of last week I had the pleasure of listening to so many fantastic performances from the girls who entered the Elementary and Intermediate sections of the 2017 ‘QM Musician of the Year’ competition. I also had the difficult task of choosing the winners. The standard this year was exceptionally high and this

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    Isabella longlisted for Tower Poetry Competition

    Congratulations to Isabella Sharp, UVI, whose poem was longlisted in the Tower Poetry Competition 2017.Isabella tells us “I entered the Tower Poetry competition a few months ago, which is one of the few poetry competitions aimed at young adults. It’s quite difficult to get noticed when your work is up against writers aged thirty and above, so

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    Magpie is Back!

    Following a short break we’re delighted to announce that Magpie, the QM girls’ guide to everything, is back! Magpie is a blog which is written by QM girls, for QM girls. It is designed to be their first stop for all the latest news from both inside and outside QM. Covering articles from ‘How to

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    Chinese New Year Celebrations

    At the beginning of February, the International Council organised a belated Chinese New Year celebration as part of the Queen Margaret’s Community Weekend. To start the day, some of the Chinese girls took part in a performance to show their talent and culture to their friends, such as singing (Ena Chang, LVI), dancing (Vanessa Chan, Year