Primary School Raise Funds for Zoe’s Place

Year 5 & 6 School Council Reps from MTPS visited Zoe’s Place in Liverpoo to hand over a cheque for £3000, which was raised at our sponsored Easter Bunny Hop. The girls had a short tour of the hospice, met some nurses and learnt how vital fundraising is for the children who are there. The highlight was meeting 2 year old […]

Krishna Highly Commended for Fictional Writing in National Competition

Last autumn Krishna, MTBS student, entered a national competition for writing historical fiction and earlier this year, was informed he had made the shortlist of 35. In the final judging he has been awarded Highly Commended and his story will be 1 of 9 stories printed in the 2017 Young Walter Scott Anthology. His story, […]

Angelina Wins Rotary Young Musician of the Year

Heriot Watt University hosted the national final, which included some of the most talented young musicians from across the UK and Ireland. The grand final was hosted by the Rotary Club of Currie Balerno and held on campus in The James Watt Auditorium. Lower Sixth student, Angelina Dorlin-Barlow, came first in the Vocalist category. Steve King, […]

MTBS Pupils Place Fourth in International Maths Challenge

Two boys from Year 7 participated in the 2017/18 Maths in Motion™ Challenge World Final yesterday, beating off stiff competition from schools in 13 countries. Team 2Fast4U had previously won through a series of internal school races and the subsequent international knockout rounds to make it through to the World Final.  For the first time ever, […]

MTBS Pupil Wins North West Ippon Judo League

Callum Davidson, MTBS Year 9 pupil, has won the North West Area Ippon Judo League and is the Merseyside County and North West Area Champion. Following strong performances in both the Lancashire and Merseyside fixtures Callum finished top of the league. His success means he has been selected to represent the North West in the […]


Classlist Regular communication between parents is important in helping us build a supportive and welcoming school community.  Recent data protection changes mean parents now rely on a variety of informal channels to contact each other, ranging from ad-hoc email lists to social media groups on Facebook and WhatsApp. These can work well but raise important […]

Sixth Formers Unearth Historic Plaque

The above plaque has had an interesting life and quite how it came back to the School is still a mystery. It was found by two current Lower Sixth students, Jack Bostock and Dominic Hodkinson, in a rather blackened state in an old store cupboard in the Boys’ School DT labs. The boys restored the […]

*Important Notice to All Parents*

If you call the school today (6/6/2018) and you cannot get through, this is because we are experiencing an issue that has affected the school phone systems. If you need to contact the school immediately (e.g. to report an absence), please email the relevant school directly: Primary School: Junior Boys: Senior Girls: Senior Boys: For external […]

Merchant Taylors’ Girls’ School Pupil Named Top Cadet in UK

A pupil from Merchant Taylors’ Senior Girls’ School, has been named the top cadet in the UK, at a prestigious national awards ceremony. Charlotte Apel, who is 19, was presented with the Sir John Thomson Memorial Sword at the Royal Air Force Air Cadets (RAFAC) Awards, which took place at RAF College Cranwell, in Lincolnshire, […]

Pay it Forward Challenge

Hugh Lawrence 7S: “Recently, Mrs Marshall at MTBS and our form tutors challenged us to be kind to our peers. This challenge would consist of picking names out of a hat to see who we would have as our partner and then try and carry out as many good deeds for our partners. As well […]