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    Independent Girls’ School of the Year

    Queen Margaret’s has been awarded Highly Commended Independent Girls’ School of the Year in the inaugural Independent School Parent Magazine Awards. The accolade was decided upon by a judging panel comprising leading figures from the sector in recognition of the depth, breadth and strength of the overall QM offer.

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    When You Wish Upon a Star

    QM guests enjoyed a wonderful dance performance, titled ‘When You Wish Upon a Star’ – a Disney dream sequence which transported the audience to a world of magic and make-believe. The girls were fabulous and in particular the UVI girls were well-deserving of their final show and special finale. Their passion and commitment to Dance

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    Sue Baillie Appointed Head of Queen Margaret’s

    The Board of Governors is delighted to announce that Sue Baillie has been appointed Head of Queen Margaret’s, York. Sue began her twenty-seven year teaching career in the North at Barnard Castle School and has had an affinity with the region ever since. For the last seven years Sue has been Pastoral Director at Newcastle

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    Yorkshire’s Big Night Out

    QM’s performing arts came together for Yorkshire’s Big Night Out on Monday 12 November at the Harrogate Convention Centre. QM delivered an exciting opening performance showcasing the very best in dance, drama and music to an audience of over 1000 people. The White Rose Awards recognises excellence in the tourism industry and we were extremely proud to support

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    A Quiet Garden for QM

    QM was absolutely delighted by the news that at its Annual General Meeting in October there was overwhelming support from the Old Margaretian Association (OMA) to fund the creation of a Quiet Garden in the very heart of the School grounds. The Quiet Garden will nurture spiritual and mental wellbeing, as it will provide a

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    Lest we forget…

    Sunday marked 100 years since the First World War came to a halt, bringing an end to the four-year war which changed the face of global conflict. The QM Family joined us today for our Remembrance Service in The Chapel, paying our respects to the nine million military personnel who lost their lives in the conflict.

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    QM Shortlisted!

    This week we received the wonderful news that QM has been shortlisted for the ‘Independent Schools of the Year 2018’ awards. We are delighted and proud of our girls and staff! http://www.independentschoolparent.com/education-news/isoty-2018-shortlist-announced/ Winners will be announced towards the end of the year. Watch this space!

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    Top Marks for QM Girls

    Malton girl, Anna Barker exceeded all expectations, performing exceptionally well in today’s GCSE results. Coming out with 10 fantastic GCSEs, eight of which secured the coveted grade 9 and a further GCSE in History achieved A*, it is certainly a day for jubilant, much deserved celebration! Queen Margaret’s Head, Jessica Miles commented on this remarkable achievement,

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    Creative Arts Tops in GCSEs

    The GCSE results are in and its great news for Queen Margaret’s. Creative Arts subjects are thriving, securing strong results along with core subjects such as Mathematics and Sciences. With Creative Arts subjects being cut back in many secondary schools, today’s results are a testament to QM’s wide ranging support for the Creative Arts sector

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    Oxbridge Success

    Three girls are heading to Oxford and Cambridge thanks to their outstanding achievements in recent A Level examinations. Georgina Deri will read Education with Drama at Homerton Cambridge, Ellen Hobson, Engineering at Hertford College Oxford, and Jane Xu, Philosophy Politics and Economics at Corpus Christi Oxford. Aside from their excellent academic achievements, the girls also