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    Statement from the Governors

    After four years as Head of QM, Jessica Miles will be standing down from that role in the Spring of 2019. Jess has made an enormous contribution to QM as Head and she will remain a much-loved member of the QM Family. Jess has been appointed Headmistress of Monmouth School for Girls in Wales, where

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    Music Newnham Essay Prize

    Congratulations to Amy Coates, LVI for gaining a highly commended recognition in the Newnham College, Cambridge Essay Competition. “In February, I entered an essay competition organised by Newnham College, Cambridge University. We had three different topics to choose from, one based on historical context, one on the role of women, and, my choice of topic,

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    New Fitness Trail for QM

    We are delighted to announce that thanks to the generous support of parents, staff and friends of QM, we are now over half way to achieving our £35,000 target for the Head’s Annual Fund. Work on the first project, The Fitness Trail, will shortly be starting and we expect this to be ready for the

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    New for Summer 2018: Squash Camps

    Queen Margaret’s is inviting Squash players (girls and boys) aged 9 – 19 to come and brush up on their skills at summer Squash Camps. Squash Coach, Matt Bridson will be running two camps (17 – 19 July and 31 July – 2 August). Download the Squash Camp Flyer Download the Squash Camp Registration Form

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    Queen Margaret’s Scoops National Boarding Schools Award

    QM was crowned winner of the ‘Boarding Innovation Award’ at last night’s Boarding Schools’ Association (BSA) Boarding Achievement Awards 2018. The prestigious Awards Dinner was held at the British Airways i360in Tower in Brighton and QM Head Jessica Miles was there to pick up the award, as part of the annual BSA Conference for Heads.

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    QM on the doorstep of ‘The Best Place to Live in the UK’

    QM is now officially on the doorstep of ‘The Best Place to Live in the UK’ with York topping The Sunday Times list for 2018. York’s combination of medieval architecture, cultural offer and general quality of life helped it claim top spot in this annual national survey. Whilst its name evokes the distant past, York’s modern

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    Both Sides of the Mirror

    Over 50 girls performed in the Dance Show, Both Sides of the Mirror, a collection of work based on the idea of a dancer practising in front of the mirror before stepping through for the performance. With Ballet, Contemporary, Modern, Jazz, Tap and Hip Hop on display, the show took audiences on a journey through the

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    Junior Schools Sports Tournament at QM

    Today, QM hosted the Junior Schools Sports Tournament, now in its nineteenth year. With 11 different schools competing and over 170 participants, the girls enjoyed taking part in a Netball Tournament and 52 girls took on the Cross Country. The event has become a tradition for Yorkshire schools including Belmont Grosvenor, Richmond House and Highfield

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    Sporting Highlights Video

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    Race for the Line Video

    On Friday the Year I girls got the chance to show off the rocket-powered cars they have been building as part of their Science and Computer Science lessons this term. After an Army obstacle course warm up the girls fired their cars. All the cars fired and ran the course. Times varied from 111.8 ms to