Boys Sixth Form News

Return to the Forbidden Planet – Joint Schools’ Musical

Tickets are now available for the forthcoming Joint Schools’ musical. Bob Carlton’s ‘Return to the Forbidden Planet’ will be staged at Merchant Taylors’ Girls’ School from Wednesday 29th November to Saturday 2nd December at 7 pm. Directed by Dr John Gill, with music directed by Mr Stephen Newlove and choreography by Ms Louise Edge, this […]

MTBS History Teacher Discusses the Partition of India on BBC Radio Asian Network

This year, the BBC has been marking 70 years since the Partition of British India, through a series of documentaries, debates and interviews, intended to evaluate the impact of this incredible event in British, Indian, and Pakistani history. On the 18th August 2017, Mr D. O’Malley, a history teacher of Merchant Taylors’ Boys’ School, was pleased […]

Merchant Taylors’ Boys’ School shows support for Sri Lankan Charity

It is thanks to a Merchant Taylors’ Old Boy, Mark Edwards, that rural school cricket in Sri Lanka is getting a boost of much needed equipment. Tragically Mark recently lost his life following a short illness and, in his honour, Merchant Taylors’ School and its pupils is putting its full support and energy behind collecting […]

Head Boys 2017-18

We are proud to introduce our new Head Boy Team 2017-18. Welcome Thomas Barker-Weinberger (Head Boy), Matthew Johnson (Deputy Head Boy), Michael O’Sullivan (Deputy Head Boy), Harry Maitland (Senior Monitor), James Redpath (Senior Monitor), Vyas Burra (Senior Monitor). We wish you all the best of luck in your new roles!

Merchant Taylors’ Speaker Series welcomes the Co-Founders of the RAP Project

The Schools were delighted to welcome Deana Puccio and Allison Havey, Co-Founders of the RAP Project, to talk to boys from years 9 – Upper Sixth, girls from year 10, staff and parents in a number of bespoke presentations on Tuesday 12th September. The RAP Project (Raising Awareness and Prevention Project) was set up by […]

Merchant Taylors’ U15 Cricket    

Merchant Taylors’ U15 cricket team rounded off a spectacularly successful season last Sunday by becoming joint national T20 champions. Having won through to Finals Day by beating Cheadle Hulme and Sedbergh in the North of England finals in June they joined Oakham, Whitgift and Wellington College at the famous Arundel Castle ground to play off […]

“E Safety for Parents” Deana Puccio and Allison Havey: Tuesday 12th September 2017

Come and join us for our E Safety for Parents talk on the 12th September. Deana and Allison co-founded the Raising Awareness and Prevention (RAP) Project to raise awareness to pre-teens, teenagers, young adults, teachers and parents about personal safety issues on and off line. This E-Safety presentation helps parents to understand what their kids […]

A Level Results 2017

This year’s outstanding A Level results once again reinforce Merchant Taylors’ Schools’ position at the top of the local league tables.  With a pass rate of 100% at the Girls’ School and 99.9% at the Boys’ School, over two thirds of all exams were achieved at the highest grades. Many students have gained their first choice […]

Extended Project Qualification Fortnight

This week and next sees the culmination of the endeavours of those boys in the Upper and Lower Sixth who have completed a Level Three Extended Project Qualification. These projects, worth, in effect, half an A Level, are intended to anticipate the in-depth and largely autonomously-executed assignments set for undergraduates and they test students’ skills […]

Oxbridge Candidates 2017

Merchant Taylors’ are delighted with this year’s successful students who have recently received offers to study at Oxford or Cambridge University from September 2017. Leon Reason, a student from Aintree has been offered a place to read History at Fitzwilliam College Cambridge.  A keen student of History, English Language and Government and Politics, and after […]