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    Pitlochry Art Exhibition

    The Pitlochry House students recently held an evening to showcase our many talents. The evening began with a tour of the upper level of the Centenary Building, where a variety of artwork by Pitlochry girls was displayed. We had collected a variety of works in different media and forms, including some fantastic colour masks inspired

    Posted 21 March 2017 by Emily Sowden
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    18th Annual Junior Schools’ Sports Tournament

    Last Friday we welcomed 129 girls from 11 different prep schools who came to take part in QM’s 18th Annual Junior Schools’ Sports Tournament. The rain held off for the majority of the day which involved a Netball Tournament and a Cross Country Event. It was fantastic to see such team spirit from all of our

    Posted 14 March 2017 by Emily Sowden
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    Japanese Day of the Girl

    In a recent Assembly, Aoi Nishikawa, Year III gave us a presentation in Japanese about Hinamatsuri or ‘Girls’ Day’. Vivian Huang, Year V, and a member of the International Council helped and supported Aoi and gave an explanation in English. ‘Hinamatsuri’ is a celebration for girls and involves eating special types of food and displaying dolls

    Posted 13 March 2017 by Emily Sowden
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    Leiths News

    Last week both the LVI and UVI Leiths groups came together for an evening of wine and food pairing in Cellars bar. The evening was hosted by Vivienne Franks, a world renowned Master of Wine. The girls enjoyed learning about all aspects of wine from production and grape varieties to identifying how to correctly taste

    Posted 13 March 2017 by Emily Sowden
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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

    Posted 15 February 2017 by Emily Sowden
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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

    Posted 7 February 2017 by Emily Sowden
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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

    Posted 6 February 2017 by Emily Sowden
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    Summit Indoor Adventure

    Last weekend Years I – V enjoyed a fun trip to Summit Indoor Adventure. The brand new activity park in Selby proved to be a challenge for the girls as they tackled the ‘Aerial Trek’ course which is most certainly not for the fainthearted. Matilda Duncombe and Sofia Hartley (Year I) said “the activities we did at

    Posted 24 January 2017 by Emily Sowden
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    ‘A Christmas Carol': Official Photos

    QM’s superb version of the popular Christmas classic had all the structure of a pantomime whilst maintaining the traditional story centred on London’s meanest inhabitant, Ebenezer Scrooge. The performance was packed with colourful characters, gags, lots of audience participation, and certainly got everyone in the festive spirit. Congratulations to the very talented cast and crew.

    Posted 13 December 2016 by Emily Sowden
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    Economics Conference, London

    Our trip began with an early start at King’s Cross station, and a somewhat hectic journey across London to the City Temple. Due to Mrs Derrig’s great planning we managed to bag first row seats at this year’s Students’ Economic Conference and were ready for Tim Harford (Financial Times, BBC) at 11:00. ‘Connections! What are

    Posted 13 December 2016 by Emily Sowden