A Word from our Headmistress
Merchant Taylors’ Girls’ School is a unique and vibrant community, where pupils of all ages are encouraged and nurtured to forge their own individual and exceptional path.
Our talented, dedicated and forward-thinking staff create an educational environment that is stimulating and challenging. They aim to carefully develop every pupils different talents so that they are prepared for life beyond school.
We believe that each pupil can achieve their aspirations through hard work, a tailored approach to teaching and learning, and a supportive academic environment.
Our co-curricular programme offers many opportunities to develop life skills and encourage friendships across the year groups. We have the largest CCF contingent in the North West, which is attended in equal numbers by both boys and girls and epitomises the collegiality and comradery of life at Merchant Taylors’.
Girls can take part in more than 30 extra-curricular clubs, ranging from Art Club to the Medical Society. Our aim is to always enrich each pupil’s academic experience through fun and engaging activities that help them to develop their own pathway.
We are renowned for our pastoral care and our understanding of the issues our students face in the 21st Century. We regularly welcome outside speakers and we work closely with our families to ensure that we are acting together to provide the best possible environment for each pupil. Providing a holistic education and supporting a child’s happiness and wellbeing are paramount to their academic and co-curricular success.
Our school community is closely knit and we are immensely proud of our links to former pupils, many of whom regularly attend our events and offer their valuable experience and advice to current pupils throughout the academic year, as well as offering financial support to our bursary funding.
I hope that you and your daughter enjoy finding out more about the school and I look forward to welcoming you into the Merchant Taylors’ family very soon.
Mrs Bridget Ward
Head, Merchant Taylors’ Girls’ School
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