Junior Boys News

MTBS Hosts BBC Radio 4 ‘Any Questions?’

On Friday 26th April the School was privileged to host BBC Radio 4 for their ‘Any Questions?’ program. Any Questions? was first broadcast in 1948 and visits a different part of the country every week with a panel of four speakers including politicians, policy makers, writers and thinkers, who answer questions from audience members The […]

William Irvine Ranked UK Number 1

Merchant Taylors’ Year 5 pupil, William Irvine, received an extra special present on his 10th birthday as he took part in the Liverpool Spring Open Meet 2019, held at Liverpool Aquatics centre in Wavertree. Dedicated swimmer, William, who represents Crosby Swimming Club and City of Liverpool had cause for extra celebration as he claimed first […]

MTPS & MTJS Ski Trip Blog

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Michael Neophytou ranked UK Number One

Michael Neophytou has enjoyed further success in fencing and is now ranked number one in the country for his age. Michael, despite being aged only 10 is the current U12 North West champion, a feat that earned him a place at the British nationals in Sheffield, two years ahead of his time. On Saturday 29th […]

Cracking start to Easter at the Roy Castle Foundation Spring Trail

We are delighted to be supporting the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Spring Trail at Formby Woods on Saturday 6 April. Spring Trail is an open-air treasure-hunt designed to make sure little chicks get the Easter season off to an egg-citing start – and with any luck they’ll be well eggs-ercised and egg-hausted by the end […]

World Book Day 2019 – Tom Palmer

We were delighted to welcome Tom Palmer to help us celebrate World Book Day.  In assembly he talked about the importance of reading, and how discovering new books inspires ideas for his stories. After an hour with all the junior school boys, Tom came to the library where all year 7 boys were looking forward to meeting a […]

Neophytou siblings crowned regional Fencing Champions

Last weekend, Sophia Neophytou qualified for the British nationals in the U14 Epee Fencing category. Sophia competed with great skill and determination in a mixed age and gender pool, taking on 15-17 year olds. Her most pleasing performance was when she defeated the U18 regional Champion and Captain of the same North West team that […]

Talking Minds – A Mental Health Symposium for Educators

Merchant Taylors’ is proud to be hosting “Talking Minds – A Mental Health Symposium for Educators” on Friday 24th May 2019 from 09.30 – 15.45. Keynote speakers include: Natasha Devon MBE Jonny Benjamin MBE Danny Sculthorpe Dick Moore The cost of the event is £100 per delegate. We are offering one FREE place for every maintained […]

St Patrick’s Day Rugby Dinner

Don’t forget to book your tickets for our annual Rugby Dinner, taking place at 7pm on Saturday 16th March 2019 at Merchant Taylors’ Boys’ School. It is set to be a great evening consisting of raffles, actions, live music and a four course meal. To book your place. please contact Mr J Weare on 07872932623 […]

Year 6 Pupil Qualifies for BMX World Championships

Year 6 pupil, James Criddle, has qualified to represent Great Britain at the BMX World Championships next year and will be competing in Belgium next July. James works very hard and trains 3 – 4 times per week and it is his commitment that has helped him to compete at the highest level in BMXing. Only […]