Senior Girls News

Sophia Wins Cadet Winton Cup 2019

Sophia Neophytou alongside her Northwest Region fencing teammates have this week won a prestigious national competition, beating rivals from London, Yorkshire and Wales. Held annually at Millfield School in Somerset, The Cadet Winton Cup was won by the Northwest region for only the fourth time in the event’s thirty-two year history. The prestigious inter-regional tournament […]

Positive ISI inspection at Merchant Taylors’ School

Merchant Taylors’ School for Girls is pleased to confirm that it has passed its latest regulatory compliance inspection by the Independent Schools Inspectorate. The overwhelmingly positive report by the ISI incorporated Merchant Taylors’ Primary School at Stanfield and took place on 13th and 14th November 2019. The ISI inspection report praised the education provision, academic […]


“Cause the world keeps spinning round and round’ When selecting a musical for the joint school’s production this year, the main aim was to choose something fun, uplifting and appealing to the students in order to have as many involved as possible.  With a cast of 158 in roles on stage, in the band and behind the scenes, […]

Pupils Perform at Page House Care Home

Pupils of Mr Lock performed Christmas carols in front of 50 residents of James Page House in Maghull on Wednesday lunch time. It was the first time the pupils had done anything like this, The residents were delighted and some quoted “it took them back to their childhood” whilst others were also very moved.  The […]

Young Carer Ruby Attends M&S Launch

A huge well done to Year 7 pupil, Ruby Smallman who is a Young Carer and Ambassador for the charity ‘Together for Short Lives’. Ruby helps care for her sister, Holly, and was picked from 100s of nominations to win the ‘Most Caring Child’ at the Wellchild Awards in 2015. Ruby also received a thank […]

Senior Girls’ Prize Giving 2019

This year the School was joined by 1987 leaver and Chief of Staff of the Army Sport Control Board Amanda Hassell. Meeting in the Philharmonic Hall, the School gathered to award prizes and celebrate the academic, personal and sporting successes of girls for the school year 2018/19. Chair of Governors, Beverley Bell CBE, addressed the […]

Battle of Trafalgar Anniversary Parade

Hundreds of Sea Cadets and Royal Marine Cadets attended Horse Guards Parade on Sunday 20th October to take part in marking the anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar. Merchant Taylors’ pupils L/Cpl Callum Davidson (Yr 11) and L/Cpl Lucy Taylor (Yr 10) were selected as part of the Royal Marine Cadet National Guard. Following a […]

Feast Your Eyes On Our New School Lunch Menu

More Halal and vegetarian dishes, a greater choice of sandwiches and a wider variety of student favourites are just some of the new features on this year’s school lunch menu at Merchant Taylors’. Our catering partner Chartwells Independent has also introduced a new culinary calendar featuring a series of theme days, special lunches and student […]

Young actors step up for major Hairspray production

A stellar cast of talented Merchant Taylors’ students has been announced for this year’s production of iconic musical Hairspray. The much-loved show, which charts the rise to fame of wannabe dance star Tracy Turnblad, has won eight Tony awards and wowed audiences around the world. It will be brought to life in a major production […]

Merchant Taylors’ Receive International School Award

Merchant Taylors’ School has been awarded the Intermediate level of the British Council’s prestigious International School Award in recognition of its work to bring the world into the classroom. The International School Award celebrates the achievements of schools that do exceptional work in international education. Fostering an international dimension in the curriculum is at the […]