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Joint Schools Careers & Higher Education Fair

Calling all Year 10’s, 11’s and 12’s from Merchant Taylors’ and local Schools! We have a Careers and HE Fair taking place on Wednesday 7th November at Merchant Taylors’ Boys’ School. The fair is open to anyone in Years 10-12 who wishes to find out more about the opportunities available to them after finishing School […]

Old Boy goes live on BBC Breakfast

Hrishi Vankatesh, a former ESB learner and Old Boy of Merchant Taylors, spoke about how he has become a confident communicator through his ESB assessments. He also shared his top tips for people who are nervous of speaking in public. He also spoke about his personal journey since being diagnosed on the Autistic Spectrum, and […]

Young Musicians to Perform at Charity Concert

Two of our very talented musicians, Angelina and Rachel, are performing at a charity concert, in aid Queens Court Hospice this Friday, at St James’ Church in Southport. It is set to be a fantastic and entertaining evening in aid of a great cause. Tickets are available online at: www.trybooking.co.uk/3803 We wish you all the best […]

Magical Maths Returns to MTPS

Professor Poopenshtinken had travelled 25 hours straight out of Eastern Europe when he spotted the school in the area beside the road, looming with powerful presence in the cool air. He was young pupils, not very old, ten or eleven at most, rushing around with a look of excitement. It was clear they were here […]

Careers Notice for Lower Sixth

Merseyside Police are starting recruitment for the next cohort of Volunteer Police Cadets.  The recruiting line will be opened on Friday 28th September 2018 and will remain open for two weeks.  The application forms will be found on the Merseyside Police website at www.merseyside.police.uk click on the ’Join Us’ button. Applications are invited from those students who have just […]

Joint School Production: Fame

  You are warmly invited to the Merchant Taylors’ School production of ‘Fame’, running from 28th November – 1st December 2018. Dr Gill and Mr Holroyd directed ‘Fame’ in 2002; they are revisiting the experience in November this year but this time, with the assistance of Louise Edge, the choreographer. Rehearsals are going well and […]

Primary School WWI Themed Art Workshop

A group of talented artists from year 6 were involved in producing Art work, last term, to be exhibited at the Birmingham Symphony Hall on 11th November 2018 to represent the 100th Anniversary of the First World War.   The theme of the concert is ‘Remembrance and Hope’ whereby the girls made 3D felt poppies […]

Merchant Taylors’ Welcomes New Headmaster at Senior Boys’ School

The start of the new academic year has seen the appointment of the twenty third Headmaster at Merchant Taylors’ Senior Boys’ School. David Wickes joins us from Warwick School where he worked as Deputy Headmaster. Mr Wickes has a rich academic background and holds a degree in Modern History from Oxford University as well as an […]

Excellent GCSE Results Keep Merchant Taylors’ at the Forefront of Education

It has been a tremendous year for Merchant Taylors’ Schools with more than 1 in 3 GCSE results being awarded A* or the new grade 8/9. Overall, 78% of grades achieved A*-B/9-6 grades, making this a year to remember. At Merchant Taylors’, we have an excellent reputation for achieving top grades, but pupils here are […]

A Level Results 2018: Top Results and Students off to a variety of destinations

It has been another great year for Merchant Taylors’ Schools. Two thirds of our students achieved A*-B grades in their A Levels with eight heading to Oxford and Cambridge, the world’s most prestigious universities.  Merchant Taylors’ prides itself on developing students who year after year achieve some of the best A Level results in the […]