Year 3 boys were the first in the Junior Boys’ school to design and print objects on the new 3D printer. The pupils used software within the Purple Mash website to create a vehicle of their choice. The boys then had to successfully save their work in the correct area before it was printed on […]
This year, the BBC has been marking 70 years since the Partition of British India, through a series of documentaries, debates and interviews, intended to evaluate the impact of this incredible event in British, Indian, and Pakistani history. On the 18th August 2017, Mr D. O’Malley, a history teacher of Merchant Taylors’ Boys’ School, was pleased […]
Oliver from Year 4 has recently had some fantastic sailing success in the North West Zone Championships on the 23rd and 24th of September. Over the weekend there were 7 races in total, with approximately 100 competitors. These races where for the selection of the Northern region zone squad and children from all over the […]
We are delighted to introduce our new Head Girl Team 2017-18. Welcome Catherine Magennis (Head Girl), Sarah Tobin (Deputy Head Girl), Saoirse McGeown (Deputy Head Girl), Ellen Murgatroyd (Sports Captain) Ellie Morris (Deputy Sports Captain) and Sophie Ellis (Music Captain). We wish you all the very best in your new roles!
Come and join us for our E Safety for Parents talk on the 12th September. Deana and Allison co-founded the Raising Awareness and Prevention (RAP) Project to raise awareness to pre-teens, teenagers, young adults, teachers and parents about personal safety issues on and off line. This E-Safety presentation helps parents to understand what their kids […]
Year 4 Aztec Day! by Lucy Edey On Thursday 15th June the Year 4 girls at Stanfield had an Aztec Day at Calmecac Aztec School. We had to wear a sheet tied over our shoulder with a belt and a t-shirt. When we got into school we had to write our names backwards on a […]
A few images from this year’s sports day, a full album and video can be seen on our Merchant Taylors’ Schools Facebook page.
French Day at the Boys’ Junior School was a lively affair and brought back memories from a recent trip to Normandy for pupils in Years 5 and 6. The boys and staff dressed for the occasion in french inspired outfits or in red, white and blue. Lunch had a french theme too. It was a memorable day and we were able to experience France without ever leaving Crosby! […]