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…

Materials students have the wow factor

Two Year 13 Materials Technology students had the opportunity for their garments to be on display in the windows of the Te Papa Store. The display was a feature for…

Countdown to Centenary

The Queen Margaret College Centenary is coming up and we are thrilled to reveal some of the exciting events taking place next year. Centenary celebrations will take place from Thursday…

Descendants of Founder ready for Centenary

Member of College and Old Girl Margaret Robertson (nee Craven) is the descendant of Reverend Dr James Gibb, one of the founders of Queen Margaret College. Margaret’s family has continued…

Eating with etiquette

Queen Margaret House boarders dressed up at the end of Term 3 to celebrate the inaugural boarding house formal dinner. This year the theme was “A Night of Elegance and…

New lead teacher in the Junior School

We are excited to welcome Lead Teacher in the Junior School Nickie Slater to Queen Margaret College. Nickie is an experienced Junior School teacher who specialises in multimedia teaching. She has…

Winter Sport Tournament Week

Some of our sports teams headed across the country for Winter Sports Tournament Week in September. Basketball, football, hockey, netball, underwater hockey, swimming and skiing teams competed in various tournaments…

A black and white photo of Brittany Trilford, QMC Old Girl.

Following curiosities around the world

An Old Girl who made headlines around the world while still at school has gone on to make sure she sees it all. Brittany Trilford spoke at the opening of…

Students explore future career options

Middle and Senior School students explored future careers in Term 2 and 3 with Meet the Professionals and New Zealand Engineering Week. As part of the events students engaged with…

Shakespeare on the national stage

Two of our performing arts stars proved Shakespeare was not just for the Globe and made it to the Sheilah Winn Shakespeare National Festival  earlier this year. Year 11 student…