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    Spanish Day at QM

    Today the students learning Spanish from Years I to V headed into the School’s Chapman Theatre to see the amazing Spanish play, ‘Cuántos me gusta tienes?’ by visiting theatre company, Onatti Productions. After a delicious Spanish themed lunch including paella and tortilla de patatas, we were all so excited about the play, and it got

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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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    An Exclusive Audience with Lulu at QM

    14:00 – 16:30 Thursday 30 March 2017 We’ve Got Something to Shout About….QM is delighted to be able to give parents and friends of QM the opportunity to enjoy an exclusive audience with Lulu – celebrated singer, songwriter, actress, TV personality and businesswoman. Join us in St Margaret’s Chapel for QM’s finest Champagne afternoon tea

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    ‘The Heart of Things’

    Last week we saw Paul Hobbs’ art exhibition, which was held in St Margaret’s Chapel, come to a close. Aptly entitled ‘The Heart of Things’, the exhibition was open to all girls, staff, parents and other friends of QM in the run up to Valentine’s day and has received excellent reviews from all visitors. The first

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    Amnesty International Campaign

    The School’s Amnesty International group has launched a petition entitled ‘Stop Violence Against Women’ which they plan to send to Prime Minister, Theresa May. The group introduced the campaign with a presentation in last week’s Assembly and girls and staff across the School subsequently participated by adding their handprints to the petition to highlight the continuing

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    Senior Team Maths Challenge National Final

    Last week the Sixth Form Mathematics team (Ena Chang, Ivy Sun, Tina Jiang and Helen Zhang) and I boarded an early train, and headed for London and the national final of the Senior Maths Challenge. The team had qualified as best runner up in the regional heat, and joined 87 other teams at the grandiose, if a

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    LVI Theatre Studies Trip

    The LVI Theatre Studies class recently attended an innovative production of ‘Pygmalion’ at the West Yorkshire Playhouse performed by Headlong Theatre Company. Bernard Shaw’s classic play ‘Pygmalion’ was given a radical revival for the 21st century. Written over one hundred years ago, the social and political issues raised seem as relevant now as they were

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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

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    Candle Conference

    Last week the LVI Philosophy and Ethics group had the opportunity to attend a Candle Conference in York which offered a rich learning experience for everyone involved. The girls really enjoyed this intensive event which explored a number of big questions in Philosophy and Ethics. The speakers were Dr Peter Vardy and Dr David Webster who

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    Coca-Cola Real Business Challenge

    Last Monday, when most of the girls were still wrapped up in bed under their duvets enjoying the extra day of Leave Out, eight Year IV girls, together with Ms Whay and Mrs Nadin went to the Leeds Armouries Museum to represent Queen Margaret’s at the regional finals of the Real Coca-Cola Business Challenge. They