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Year 8 Pupils Learn About Bacteriophages

On Thursday 17th April, some of our Year 8 students got the opportunity to work with a Biology student from the University of Liverpool. James Hanson shared his knowledge and research of bacteriophages with the girls, who could apply their own understanding of micro-organisms to compare the use of these viruses to more traditional antibiotic […]

MTPS & MTJS Ski Trip Blog

Parents! Follow the MTPS & MTJS Ski Trip Blog to Alpe D’Huez by clicking here: mtpsmtjsskitrip2019.home.blog

Michael Neophytou ranked UK Number One

Michael Neophytou has enjoyed further success in fencing and is now ranked number one in the country for his age. Michael, despite being aged only 10 is the current U12 North West champion, a feat that earned him a place at the British nationals in Sheffield, two years ahead of his time. On Saturday 29th […]

Sefton Super Reads 2019

On Tuesday 26th March sixteen boys, Joseph Bigley, Charlie Johnson, Alex Meadows, James Randall, Zac Richardson, Sulaimaan Ahmed, Raiden Swindells, Matthew Hannon, Junior Connor, Hugh Lawrence, Rajan Naidoo, Harry Wynne, Buckley Loftus, Raveen Mallawa, Hemanth Bheemireddy, and Methul Gamage, went to Crosby Library for the Sefton Super Reads award afternoon. Pupils from several local schools […]

MTS pupil scores ‘genius’ MENSA mark

Twelve year old Darren Toh, who was born deaf, has been awarded the highest possible IQ score by MENSA, months after passing his GCSE Maths exam with a Grade 9.  Darren did not speak until the age of five after being diagnosed with bilateral genetic congenital deafness and first learned to communicate by using sign […]

Merchant Taylors shortlisted for Goldsmiths’ Company Award for Community Engagement

The School was shortlisted in recognition of the amazing work it does in our local community through the Merchants in the Community Project and School-wide fundraisers led by the School Council. Five of our Upper Sixth boys were asked to give a presentation on the programme in front of a panel of five judges, before […]

Actress Eleanor Worthington-Cox returns to School to lead Drama Workshop

Last week, we welcomed current Upper Sixth pupil Eleanor Worthington-Cox back into School to run a drama workshop with our Year 8 pupils. It was an unusual day for Eleanor, as the day was both her first and last as an Upper Sixth student at MTS, owing to her professional commitments as an actress over […]

Ski Trip Blog

Parents! Follow the MTGS Year 8 Ski Trip Blog to Risoul, France by clicking here: mtgsskiing2019risoul.wordpress.com

Cracking start to Easter at the Roy Castle Foundation Spring Trail

We are delighted to be supporting the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Spring Trail at Formby Woods on Saturday 6 April. Spring Trail is an open-air treasure-hunt designed to make sure little chicks get the Easter season off to an egg-citing start – and with any luck they’ll be well eggs-ercised and egg-hausted by the end […]

World Book Day 2019 – Tom Palmer

We were delighted to welcome Tom Palmer to help us celebrate World Book Day.  In assembly he talked about the importance of reading, and how discovering new books inspires ideas for his stories. After an hour with all the junior school boys, Tom came to the library where all year 7 boys were looking forward to meeting a […]