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MTPS Grow Potatoes

It all began back in February when we began chitting our potato seeds as part of our science topic ‘plants’. When we could see the roots begin to sprout, we planted our potato seeds in compost. We watered them, cared for them and watched them as the grew. This term, we dug up our potato plants, […]

Gold Expedition Success!

Last term saw seven intrepid sixth-former’s foray north into the Lake District, to pit their wits and test their endurance against the Cumbrian fells. Back in March, wild camping on their practice expedition, the girls had woken to ice on both sides of the flysheet; this time the mercury soared to Mediterranean heights. Undaunted, leggings […]

Support Adam’s Charity Bike Ride!

Tomorrow, Year 9 pupil, Adam Gladwin, is starting his cycling challenge of 1200 miles between Lands End and John O’Groats to raise money for Pancreatic Cancer Research.   Adam is cycling the length of the country in memory of his Grandfather who died two years ago, and will travel 75 miles a day over 16 […]

Carnegie Lunch 2018

On 18th June, boys from the lower school reading group welcomed pupils from Holy Family Catholic High School to celebrate the announcement of the 2018 Carnegie winner for a work of children’s fiction. The winner was declared, in an event at the British Library in London, Geraldine McCaughrean for Where the World Ends, a powerful […]

MTBS Scores With Regional Rugby Award Win

Merchant Taylors’ Boys’ School has been crowned the winner of the prestigious Ian Robinson Award for the 2017/2018 rugby season. It was presented on behalf of the Liverpool & District Referees Society at their annual AGM dinner, which was held at Wirral RUFC, on Monday 14th May 2018. The award, which mirrors a similar one […]

Merchants’ RAF Victorious!

The RAF CCF Section travelled to RAF Halton, Aylesbury, to compete against nine other teams from across the UK CCF RAF schools on Sunday 24th June. The team had been busy practicing at weekends for the event and were confident that this practice would pay off. Hours of pounding the drill square, getting wrapped up […]

Rising Manchester City Star!

Junior Boys pupil, Gabriel Davidson, recently won a football tournament in Marseille with his U8 Manchester City Team and was awarded the Goalkeeper of the Tournament Award! Manchester City beat teams including; FC Porto, AS Roma, Marseille, Lyon, Feyenoord, Ajax Amsterdam, Juventus, Paris St Germain and Sporting Lisbon St Etienne. Well done Gabriel, fantastic achievement!

Primary School Raise Funds for Zoe’s Place

Year 5 & 6 School Council Reps from MTPS visited Zoe’s Place in Liverpool 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, […]