Senior Boys News

Matthew Lock Makes Second Appearance on This Morning

Merchant Taylors’ Senior Boys’ Pupil, Matthew Lock, made his second appearance on ‘This Morning’ last week. Matthew appeared to discuss vacuum cleaners with hosts Philip Schofield and Holly Willoughby, a passion which he has had since age four, when he was given one as a gift. Matthew reviewed different models of vacuums from his home, […]

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 […]

New Head Boy Team Announced

Congratulations to James O’Sullivan who has been announced as the new Head Boy, and Edward Pope and Marcus Baldwin who are the new Deputy Head Boys. The Head Boy team are representatives for the whole school and have the important task of leading the student voice, as well as organising a variety of events. We […]

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 […]

Matthew Lock appears on The Morning Show

Merchant Taylors’ Senior Boys’ student Matthew Lock recently appeared on Australian TV on ‘The Morning Show’. Fresh from his appearance on ‘This Morning’ with Holly and Phil earlier in the year, Matthew explained all about how his vaccuum hobby began as well as discussing his large collection and how he turned it into a business. […]

GCSE Music Showcase

  Before we left school last term, some of our GCSE music pupils recorded pieces of work for submission. These pieces are the culmination of months of careful preparation and we are delighted to showcase them. Please take the time to listen to these fabulous performances below. Our Showcase includes a variety of different performances […]

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 […]

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 […]

Year 12 Pupil Gives Key Workers a Boost

Year 12 student Tom Bennett and his cousin Anthony gave key workers in the NHS a boost last week as they treated them to over 40 shopping bags full of goodies. Tom and Anthony, who were supported by Stephen and Georgina from Tesco, delivered the bags full of bread, fruit, chocolates, deodorant and more to […]