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#MerchantsAtHome Gallery

We love seeing all your new classrooms and how you are learning at home. We’ve created a gallery below to share all the wonderful photos you have sent to us. Tag us in yours on social media with the hashtag #MerchantsAtHome or direct message us.

Firefly Information

Whilst we are learning away from school at this time, we understand that some may run into trouble or difficulty using Firefly. Below are helpful tips on how to log in, reset your password etc. You can access the parent and student portal by following the links below: Merchant Taylor’s Girls’ School & Stanfield Merchant […]

MTBS Music Competition

On Tuesday 10th of March, the annual Music Competition took place at MTBS with our guest adjudicator, maestro of electro, Alan Keary or, as he’s better known in the underground Manchester Music scene, Shunya. Mr Keary was treated to a day of musical performance that you could only find here at Merchant Taylors’. In our […]

MTGS Music Competition

The MTGS Music Competition was held last week, providing a superb showcase of the school’s musical talent. Girls performed on a variety of instruments, as well as voice, taking part in classes that ran throughout the day. Our adjudicator, Ian Stephens, is a composer and cellist who has worked with groups such as the Choir […]

Scott KO’s the Competition

Congratulations to Upper Sixth student, Scott Brown who recently represented Merseyside and Cheshire against a senior London Champion and came out victorious. Scott, who has boxed since he was 11, fought against Marlon Walker who is the Senior London Champion, in the Leonardo Royal London City Hotel. After a tough bout which lasted the distance, […]

Corinne Features on Blue Peter

A huge well done to Merchant Taylors’ pupil, Corinne who was recently featured on BBC 1’s longstanding children’s programme, Blue Peter. Corinne, wrote into Blue Peter with a poem about her brother, Brendan, who has autism. She explained all about her brother to host Richie Driss, and how she views autism as a superpower, not […]

Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Updates

18th March 2020 – An update following the government announcement of school closures We are sure that many of you will have heard the latest update from the Prime Minister and the Secretary of State for Education earlier today in which they announced the next steps for schools in England. In accordance with the latest […]

Ogden Trust Primary Professional Physics Learning

Merchant Taylors’ School is proud to be hosting The Ogden Trust Primary Physics Professional Learning event on Friday 26th June 2020. Join us for a packed day of professional learning delivered by physics and primary science specialists. Ideal for science co-ordinators. Magnetic mathematics This practical problem-solving workshop demonstrates how maths skills can be developed through […]

William Makes a Splash in the Pool

Year 6 pupil, William Irvine has enjoyed further swimming success recently which has culminated in him being been selected by Swim England for the Lancashire Development Programme. After three long weekends of swimming competitions, William achieved Gold in both the 200m and 100m breaststroke. He also achieved Silver in the 200m Individual Medley and 50m […]

Year 4 Tudor Day

Last Thursday, Year 4 pupils at MTPS spent the day being Tudors! In the morning, all the girls were dressed as an important person in the time of the Tudors, from Henry VIII and Queen Elizabeth, to Anne Boleyn and her executioner! Together, they re-enacted the entire Tudor period and learned a Tudor dance in […]