The first paper is at 9am on Monday 7th January – before term starts. Please meet in the foyer outside the Williams Hall at 8.45am at the latest. There is no need to wear school uniform but I would be sure to wear several layers of clothing just in case it is chilly.
Senior Boys News
Year 11 pupil, Lewis Thompson, has been competing in the National Karting Championship this year, which has taken him all over the country, taking part in some fantastic races. Lewis has endured multiple doses of bad luck throughout the season due to mechanical issues, but no one could fault Lewis’ driving which has been outstanding, […]
Merchant Taylors’ Schools enjoy recognising the achievements of its talented and happy community and in the last few weeks we did just that. Speech Day ceremonies took place at Liverpool’s Royal Philharmonic Hall where both of our Senior Schools celebrated our pupils’ successes in academic subjects and extra-curricular activities. Optical Engineer for NASA, Lauren McNally […]
It has been a week of sporting success at the Senior Boys’ School, as one of our upper sixth students and a recent leaver have signed professional contracts in their respective sports. 2018 Leaver George Lavelle has signed with Lancashire Cricket, having featured for their second XI this season and winning the T20 final with […]
Eight boys from MTBS and four girls from MTGS, in Year 7 & 8, enjoyed taking part in the Kids’ Lit Quiz on Friday 9th November. This year, the Quiz was hosted by Merchant Taylors’ Girls’ School, where 19 teams from schools across Merseyside took part. The Boys’ School teams were: Ahmed Bashier, Joseph Bigley, Adam Blagbrough, […]
Reminder to all parents across Merchant Taylors’ Schools: The Occasional Holiday this year is on Monday 3rd December 2018. All Schools will be closed on that day. Thank you.
On Wednesday 14th November, the first of three races in the Sefton Schools’ Cross Country League was held at Birkdale common. In the 2km Year 7 race, most of our boys were competing for the first time. Overall the team scored 54 points with great performances from Sammy Pickerill who came 3rd and Monty Barr […]
An MTBS Sixth Form student, Dominic, was chosen to attend the 100 year anniversary of WWI service at the Menin Gate in Belgium, on behalf of West Lancashire Scouts this month. It was a huge honour to be invited to landmark event, with many dignitaries attending. Dominic travelled to Belgium and visited various WWI sites in […]
Six pupils from MTS and a group of international students, spent last week fundraising for St. Joseph’s hospice through the NCS programme. The students did a bake sale, street collections and a sponsored walk. The group raised an incredible £530, well done!
Year Two were thrilled to visit MTBS science laboratories last week, on what has become an annual trip for the year group. Linking to our History topic of The Great Fire of London, we wanted to explore the reasons why the fire spread so easily though London and why it was so difficult to contain. […]