Eight QMC students, part of the Student Council, on the QMC front lawn.

Council aims for sustainable change

The QMC Student Council has made looking after the environment a top priority in 2019. The Student Council features one student per year from Year 3–6 and two per year…

Five children bent over an art piece inspired by Keith Haring, that they are creating

Learning collaboration through art

Junior School students demonstrated their artistic prowess in August with the help of a visiting artist. Anna Dixon ran collaborative workshops with students and staff as part of her two-day…

Centenary celebrations a hit

The Poly Club performs at the Cocktail function Nearly 1,000 people turned up to celebrate Queen Margaret College’s Centenary Weekend at the beginning of June. Old Girls, past and present…

An image of two students gardening in their planter pot. One is holding a bag of compost and the other is looking at the planter box.

Learning to live sustainably through gardening

Junior School students have the chance to learn about the world around them through the Friday Garden Club. Started in 2017 by school gardener Sara Bishop, the Garden Club allows…

Heading away to camp

Years 4, 5 and 6 students went on camp at the end of Term 1 for some adventurous learning outside the classroom. Years 4 and 5 went on a joint…

New Chaplain announced

Queen Margaret College welcomed our new Chaplain Reverend Deborah Wilson at the beginning of Term 2. Deborah grew up in Lincoln, England, is married with two sons and moved to New…

New Head of Junior School announced

We are delighted to welcome Jan Treeby as our new Head of Junior School. Jan has 24 years’ experience in education and is passionate about developing the very best in…

QMC celebrates 100th birthday with students

Bubbles, birthday cake and even a special ice cream for staff and students marked Queen Margaret College’s first celebration of 100 years educating young women. QMC first opened its doors…

2019 Prefects and House Leaders

Congratulations to our Prefects and House Leaders for 2019. Head Prefect: Lucy Poole Deputy Head Prefect: Ashley Chandra Berwick House Prefects: Emily Chamberlin and Xara Jetly Braemar House Prefects: Siobhan Murray and Sophie Plimmer Drama Prefect:…

Junior School Creative Writing Competition winner

We are pleased to announce Year 4 student Arshiya Tuli, as the winner of the annual Junior School Creative Writing Competition. The competition was judged by writer Hannah Tunnicliffe. Hannah is the…