MTBS Prize Giving 2016
Merchant Taylors’ Boys’ School applauded the achievements of the last academic year’s successes at the annual Prize Giving Ceremony held at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall on Friday 25th November.
With another fantastic year of academics, alongside the triumphs accomplished outside of the classroom, the Boys’ School had a lot to celebrate. Not only were the outstanding performances at GCSE and A level rewarded, the dedication to the variety of extra-curricular activities as well as the effort invested into the school’s community was rightfully acknowledged. All of this achieved in a year when the school underwent a rigorous Independent Schools Inspection achieving outstanding outcomes.
Former pupil Barrie Wells returned to his old school to inspire the boys with his fantastic career and success as a philanthropist and entrepreneur. He spoke of how his hard work and dedication at the start of his career had opened up a wealth of opportunities and told the boys to always believe in themselves, passing on to them his “yes I can” attitude. Mr Wells’ biggest charitable success to date has been his creation of the highly popular Box4Kids programme which he launched in 2010 with his own box at Liverpool Football Club, which is exclusively used for the benefit of seriously ill children. His recount of the successes he has had with this scheme were extremely inspirational to all.
The boys and guests also heard from the heads of school about the wide ranging opportunities on offer at Merchants and were encouraged by the rounded education that these were providing to the boys. The Head Boy also thanked Headmaster for his continued support and dedication to the school.
The service was enjoyed by many distinguished guests including the Mayor of Sefton, the Master and Clerk of the Merchant Taylors’ Company, Governors, staff, parents and friends of the school. Former staff and pupils were also warmly welcomed back to take part in the celebrations.
- Pre-loved uniform
- External Examination results arrangements
- MTGS Choir Italy Tour
- CCF Army Annual Camp
- School shortlisted for innovation award
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