Queen Mary's School
is a girls' school for day and boarding students ages 3–16 in Topcliffe
, North Yorkshire
. Established in 1921, the school is set on of landscaped grounds and houses approximately 300 students. The school aims to offer a broad, inclusive curriculum. There are scholarships
available for all age groups.
There are four houses
, which have regular inter-house competitions, including cross-country, drama, music and debating and general knowledge competitions. There are also regular 'house meetings' where senior girls fulfil their inter-house responsibilities.
The four houses, named after local abbeys
(green) and Rievaulx
(red). Traditionally, sisters are in the same house. Many teachers
are also assigned to houses and assist the senior girls by mentoring.
The school is well known throughout North Yorkshire for its music especially its Chapel Choir who have released two CDs of music. The School is a member of the Woodard Corporation.