Discover the St Margaret’s difference

St Margaret's community mingles at Beef


To celebrate a chance to spend time together, members of the St Margaret's Anglican Girls School community united at a function during Beef 2018, where many laughs were had, and memories of St Margaret’s shared.


St Margaret’s Anglican Girls School, situated high on a hill in beautiful leafy Ascot, in Brisbane northern suburbs, is an independent day and boarding school for girls from Pre-Prep to Year 12. We also welcome boys in Pre-Prep and Prep

St Margaret’s principal Ros Curtis said the school is well known for its focus on academic excellence, quality learning and teaching, and its commitment to pastoral care.

“Its smaller size is its greatest strength, with a true focus on each individual child and personalised learning,” she said.

Ms Curtis said St Margaret's has a long and proud history.

“Our students are engaged and enthusiastic, our parents are involved and supportive, and over 6000 Old Girls maintain an active connection to the school.”

She said Beef 2018 offered an ideal opportunity to connect with parents of past, present and future students, Old Girls, and the wider St Margaret’s community.

To celebrate this time together, a combined St Margaret's Anglican Girls School and Anglican Church Grammar School function was held during the event, where many laughs were had, and memories of St Margaret’s shared.

The story Discover the St Margaret’s difference first appeared on Queensland Country Life.


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