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    Fizz and Fashion at Fenwick

    Thursday 8 March 2018 Parents, family and friends are invited to an exclusive QM evening at Fenwick York on Thursday 8 March. The evening will start at 18:15 with a glass of fizz and canapés on arrival. At 18:45 guests will be shown to the Designer Floor for a fashion show with QM Sixth Form

    Posted 22 February 2018 by Emily Sowden
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    Election Insight

    As soon as the snap election was announced, we began campaigning and leafleting, and then applied to the electoral commission to observe the count for York Outer and York Central. On the day of the election, straight after our Politics AS examination, which seemed very fitting, we headed off to York armed with energy drinks for what

    Posted 14 June 2017 by Emily Sowden
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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

    Posted 6 March 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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    Rosa Selected for Horse Scotland Performance Squad

    Many congratulations to Rosa Onslow, UVI, who has been selected to join the Horse Scotland Performance Squad following the trial sessions she attended in Glasgow earlier this month. This means that Rosa will receive funding (backed by the Lottery) to support her Eventing for the next two years. The Performance Squad represents Horse Scotland’s highest

    Posted 13 December 2016 by Emily Sowden
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    Theatre Trips: ‘Spamalot’ and ‘Blood Brothers’

    80 girls from Years III to UVI and 16 staff recently took over the Grand Circle at the Grand Opera House in York to see Pick Me Up Theatre’s new production of ‘Spamalot’. For many of the girls it was their first introduction to the absurd and hilarious world of Monty Python’s Flying Circus in

    Posted 5 December 2016 by Emily Sowden
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    Tickets now available for ‘A Christmas Carol’

    Next week will see QM’s production of ‘A Christmas Carol’ on stage in the School’s Chapman Theatre. QM’s version of the Christmas classic will have all the structure of a traditional pantomime whilst maintaining the story centred on London’s meanest inhabitant, Ebenezer Scrooge. Packed with colourful characters, gags and lots of audience participation, ‘A Christmas

    Posted 24 November 2016 by Emily Sowden
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    QM Girls Support Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal

    Girls from Years V, LVI and UVI once again supported the Fulford Branch of the Royal British Legion (RBL) last week by poppy selling at three busy outlets in York.  Cliff Lawrie of RBL Fulford is always keen to accept the help of the girls on behalf of his Branch. He commented “Our members are all

    Posted 16 November 2016 by Emily Sowden
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    Molly Wins Silver

    At the age of just seven, Molly Newton O’Brien already had dreams of one day becoming a Heptathlon champion and when the QM student watched her idol, Jessica Ennis-Hill, win gold at London 2012 it only confirmed her aspirations. Last week, Molly took a step closer to achieving her dream when she won Silver at

    Posted 26 September 2016 by Emily Sowden
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    A Sweet Start to the Year

    Year I and II girls enjoyed a sweet start to the School year when they attempted to solve the mysterious death of the Swiss born chocolatier ‘Lotte Smartys’ in York. The girls were separated into three groups with their tutors and House staff to try and establish who the murderer was. They worked out the

    Posted 9 September 2016 by Emily Sowden