Junior Boys News

Merchant Taylors’ welcomes first groups of pupils back to school

We are delighted to have begun welcoming some of our children back to school. Girls and boys in Reception and Year 6 have now returned to school and they will shortly be followed by children in Year 10 and Year 12 (in smaller groups on separate days) as well as Year 1 in the coming […]

Elizabeth to lead new chapter at Merchant Taylors’ Stanfield

Merchant Taylors’ School is delighted to announce the appointment of Elizabeth Lynan as the new Head Teacher of Stanfield Primary School. Elizabeth joined Merchant Taylors’ as Deputy Head Teacher five years ago, and in January 2019 was appointed Acting Head at Stanfield in its previous structure of a co-educational infant school and a junior school […]

Chair of Governors Retires After 4 Years

Current Chair, and Old Girl, Beverley Bell will retire from the post on 12 July, with Old Crosbeian Philip Marshall taking over. Beverley has written the below letter to all members of the Merchant Taylors’ community: Dear Colleagues, Parents, Alumni, I hope you all enjoyed the half term break and had some time to relax […]

Archie and Jessica take on Challenge 26

Archie (Year 5) and Jessica (Year 3) are attempting Challenge 26, which has been set up to help those charities who have missed out on donations after the cancellation of the London Marathon. Archie and Jessica, along with little brother Joseph have come up with 26 different challenges to complete, with all moneys raised through […]

Year 5 Time Capsules

As part of their learning the Junior Boys are currently working on creating time capsules during lockdown. After careful consideration they have been filling them with items that symbolise important times in their lives, including newspaper stories. The current pandemic is also featuring in the time capsules, showing how much the boys’ lives have differed […]

Quinn Wins Art Competition

Well done to MTJBS pupil Quinn Mcmenamin who recently won the AIB Art competition! Quinn entered the 10+ category and was selected as the winner – his art piece featured a lovely tribute to the NHS. Well done Quinn!

School tech team producing PPE visors for frontline carers

Staff at Merchant Taylors’ School in Crosby have begun making protective visors for healthcare workers during the Covid-19 outbreak. The design and technology team at the Boys’ School site are now creating 300 items of the protective equipment every day in conjunction with the Merseyside PPE Hub collective. Using materials provided free of charge by […]

MTJBS’ Letters to Family

Our Junior Boys have been writing letters to their relatives who they can no longer see due to the current Coronavirus pandemic, as a means of keeping in touch. All of the letters are wonderful and we thought we would share a few! Alexander’s Letter Ollie’s Letter H’s Letter Ralph’s Letter Gabriels’ Letter William’s Letter […]

Get Connected

We’re asking pupils of all ages to write to older alumni and local people in the Crosby community. Merchant Taylors’ is a strong and varied community, and we want our pupils to reach out to those who may be feeling isolated or vulnerable in these tricky times. All you need to do is write a […]

Physics Challenge

The Physics Department have got a challenge for you! Using only things that you can find around the house can you build a roller coaster for a marble? If you don’t have a marble, you can improvise for example rolled up blu-tack or a cherry tomato. The Physics department want to see who can come […]