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    OMs Presented with Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award

    Congratulations to four of our OMs, Sophie Bodsworth, Georgina Newitt, Josie Comerford and Vivian Bunn who were presented with their Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award last week at St James’s Palace in London. The girls had a fantastic day and even had the opportunity to chat to Prince Philip. OMs Verity Taylor-Littler and Christina Parry

    Posted 13 March 2017 by Emily Sowden
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    Model United Nations Conference

    Ten QM students recently travelled to Shropshire to take part in the inaugural Shrewsbury School Model United Nations conference. It proved to be a very enjoyable weekend of debate and diplomacy and a most rewarding experience for those taking part. QM’s delegations represented Germany and Australia with the students acting as diplomats serving on a

    Posted 13 March 2017 by Emily Sowden
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    Year IV Humanities Trip

    26 Year IV girls recently ventured to Edgbaston High School for a Humanities day, the idea of which was to give the girls the opportunity to consider a range of disciplines and careers available to those interested in pursuing Humanities beyond School. The day revolved around workshops and lectures based on a range of different

    Posted 13 March 2017 by Emily Sowden
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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

    Posted 7 March 2017 by Emily Sowden
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    Christmas Poems

    Every month at QM, the English Department treats the School to a ‘poem of the month’. This month, in a bumper Christmas edition, there were three poems. What’s more, these poems were penned by Year III students. The girls were inspired by ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas’ by Clement Clarke Moore, and ‘Christmas’ by John

    Posted 13 December 2016 by Emily Sowden
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    Sixth Form Politics Trip

    Last week the Sixth Form Politics students, together with Miss Peacock, set off bright and early for a day filled with train journeys and of course, lots of Politics. After arriving at Kings Cross station we made our way on the tube to Westminster. Here we joined thousands of other students in Westminster Central Hall where

    Posted 13 December 2016 by Emily Sowden
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    Raspberry Pi Computing Projects

    Last week saw the culmination of Year III’s Raspberry Pi powered Physical Computing projects. Students designed, programmed and constructed their own physical computing objects, working in groups throughout the course of this term. This year we saw varied designs and projects including a motion activated infrared night vision wildlife camera, a time lapse camera, a

    Posted 13 December 2016 by Emily Sowden
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    Reading by Antony Dunn

    We live a busy life at QM and we attend many different events in the course of the School term, but just now and then, we do something which turns out to be very special and inspirational indeed. I had that experience this afternoon. I am not studying English Language or English Literature at A

    Posted 1 December 2016 by Emily Sowden
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    UKMT Senior Mathematics Challenge

    The Sixth Form Mathematics team earned a creditable second place finish in last week’s regional heat of the UKMT Senior Team Mathematics Challenge. With a place in the national final up for grabs, they narrowly lost out to Fulford School, but still left more than twenty other teams from local schools in their wake. Helen

    Posted 1 December 2016 by Emily Sowden
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    Professor Kevern Verney

    Year IV History students were recently treated to a fantastic talk by Professor Kevern Verney in the Wenlock Library. Professor Verney, Associate Dean of Research at Edge Hill University, outlined the role of federal government in both facilitating and obstructing the progress of African-Americans towards equal civil rights, from the end of slavery until the

    Posted 1 December 2016 by Emily Sowden