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    Outstanding EPQ Results

    Four UVI girls are celebrating success after earning outstanding results in their Extended Project Qualification (EPQ). It was As and A*s across the board for Victoria Cheng, Georgina Comerford, Ella Peel and Flavia Riley-Smith who had the responsibility of designing and leading their own projects on a fascinating range of topics, including ethical and sustainable fashion, art and the mind,

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    QM Community Weekend

    Last weekend saw the first QM Community Weekend of 2020 take place and it was down the the LVI girls to plan the activities on offer. After a long Christmas break the Community Weekend really gave the girls time to reconnect and have some fun.The Year I and II girls kick started their weekend with

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    National Youth Choir Success for Olivia

    Our warmest congratulations go to QM Choral Scholar, Olivia Hamilton (LVI) who has been successful in securing a place in the National Youth Choir. Olivia shares her exciting news; “I auditioned for the National Youth Choir (NYC) of Great Britain at Leeds College of Music and I have received the exciting news that my application has

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    Beauty and the Beast

    The Chapman Theatre was brought to life with the recent brilliant Senior Production of Beauty and the Beast. Glittering renditions of Disney favourites including Be Our Guest, Gaston and Belle were heightened further by extravagant dance routines choreographed by Head of Dance, Miss Leadley, and rousing orchestral accompaniment. Our leading lady, Isobel Wilcox (LVI), gave a

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    U14 Hockey Team Makes Queen Margaret’s History

    In a School steeped in history that has stood proud since 1901, Queen Margaret’s U14 Hockey Team have made their own mark in the School’s heritage by securing their place in the Tier 2 national Hockey finals. As one of only two Yorkshire schools to reach the finals of this prestigious tournament the girls certainly

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    Welcoming the QM Family to our Edinburgh Drinks Reception

    It was wonderful to welcome the QM Family to our Edinburgh Drinks Reception last Thursday. Seven decades were represented at The Balmoral Hotel and there was a lovely mix of OMs, current parents, prospective parents, Governors and recent leavers (as recent as last year!) who all came together through their common bond of friendship. There

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    QM Hosts National Council of Young Women Conference

    QM hosted the National Council of Young Women Conference on Monday 30 September 2019. The theme of the conference, which brought together girls from schools across Yorkshire and the North East, was ‘Women in Law’. Three external speakers, all prominent, successful women representing a variety of disciplines in the Legal sector, delivered presentations alongside three QM

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    Royal Northern College of Music Place for Grace

    Congratulations to Grace Marwood, Year IV who, over the summer, auditioned for and has been accepted into the Royal Northern College of Music’s (RNCM) Junior Conservatoire. The news comes after Grace was invited to join the National Children’s Orchestra (NCO) earlier this year and means she will receive world-class tuition. Here, Grace shares her news

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    Xanthe Proudly Rides for GB at European Championships for Ponies

    We recently caught up with LVI girl Xanthe de Wesselow after she returned from Poland where she represented Great Britain at the FEI European Championships for Ponies. Xanthe and her ride, Baramona Lass (Suzi), were selected to ride for Great Britain after a succession of top ten placings at events this year. They travelled to

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    ‘Top Marks’ for QM girls with another year of successful GCSE results

    The girls at QM quite rightly jump for joy as today’s GCSE results are announced. The impressive results continue to improve year on year, perfectly demonstrating how QM girls tackle challenges head on and achieve anything they set their mind to. This year it has been reported that GCSEs were ‘more difficult’, with the new