Senior Boys News

Merchant Taylors’ Company Associated Schools’ Concert

This weekend Liverpool became the host city to 11 schools from across the UK. Over 300 pupils joined together for a magnificent public concert at the Philharmonic Hall. The schools, which represent 9,000 pupils, are all associated to the Merchant Taylors’ Company in London and many of them were founded hundreds of years ago by […]

Medals for Brothers in Table Tennis Championships

Congratulations to Max and Rhys Davies who both picked up medals in the Merseyside Schools Table Tennis Championships! Max was runner up in the U/13s losing by the smallest possible margin, 11-9 in the deciding 5th set. Younger brother Rhys went one better winning the U/11s for the second year in a row without losing […]

World Book Day Visit by Dan Smith

World Book Day event Visit by Dan Smith Tuesday 1st March 2016   Dan, now a successful writer for both children and adults, was inspired by his early love of stories. His favourite film, Star Wars, which he saw when he was seven, made him want to be his hero Han Solo.  He loved everything […]

James Bamber – Cheque Presentation

Back in February, our very own James Bamber, was announced as the winner of the Atheneaum Writing Prize. As well as winning £1000 for himself, he also won £100 for the school library and the picture below is of James himself presenting Mrs Rea with the £100 cheque. Well done James. For the full story […]

Year 8 Trip to Manchester Museum

Many thanks to Mr Yates for this great video recording Year 8’s trip to Manchester Museum to take part in a Human Evolution workshop.

Merseyside Cross Country Championship

Congratulations to the five Year 7&8 boys who competed in the Merseyside Cross Country Championship held at Arrowe Park on the Wirral. Despite the grueling conditions underfoot the boys ran well, with Ethan Horspool (7C) finishing 6th in the Year 7 race. Ethan will now represent Merseyside against Cheshire next month.

A ‘Dramatic’ Visit from Actor and Old Boy Arthur McBain

Students rehearsing for the next major joint schools’ production, “Our Day Out”, received some professional acting advice when Arthur McBain revisited to deliver a Drama master class. Willy Russell’s musical play will be performed in the Williams Hall at MTBS from 16 to 19 March at 7.30pm. Tickets can be booked online here:www.trybooking.co.uk/MY

Merseyside Senior Geographical Association Quiz

Congratulations to our two Year 10 teams who came 1st and 3rd in the Merseyside Senior Geographical Association Quiz. Pictured are winning members Kunal Mahambrey, Joshua Usher and Mazim Karem. Well done to both teams!

James Wins Atheneaum Writing Prize

Congratulations to U6 student James Bamber, who has been announced as winner of the prestigious Atheneaum Writing Prize. His short story about a solo space pilot’s terrifying meeting with a ghostly figure won a £1000 top prize, along with £100 for the school library and a year’s honorary membership of the Athenaeum. James will also […]

CCF Annual Report 2015

CCF Annual Report 2015 by Lt Col Mike Slemen The CCF continues to offer a tremendous range of activities. These activities, supported by Merchant Taylors’ Schools’ Staff and the Regular Services, build confidence, increase pupils’ reference points and allow pupils to glimpse life beyond the school gate. With cadet numbers at 260, the CCF remains […]