Tag: senior girls

Sophie Ennis Finishes Runner Up in Ocean Rescue Competition

Earlier this year, students were encouraged to enter Sky’s Ocean Rescue Competition. The girls had to write a 600-word blog to inform people of the problems that plastics can cause in the oceans. We are delighted that Sophie Ennis in Year 9 has been chosen as one of just five runners up in the competition. […]

Students Win Trip to ESRF in Grenoble

Three Sixth Form students from Merchant Taylors’ have won an all expenses paid trip to the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF) in Grenoble, after taking part in a national competition run by Warwick University. The ESRF is the world’s most intense X-ray source and a centre of excellence for fundamental and innovation-driven research in condensed and […]

Senior Music & Music Theatre Competition 2019

Year 7 and 8 pupils were treated to some wonderful performances at the annual Senior Music and Music Theatre Competition on Wednesday 8th May. The senior girls performed a diverse range of music and the standard was very high. Angelina Dorlin-Barlow won both the Music and Music Theatre cups in piano, voice and violin categories […]

Y11 and L6 Receive Medicine Career Talk From Ex-Pupils

On Thursday we were joined by two former Merchant Taylors’ students, Dr Libby Wilson and Dr Nikhil Misra, who gave a talk on careers in medicine to Year 11 and Lower Sixth boys and girls. Dr Wilson is an Emergency Medicine Consultant at Aintree Hospital and Dr Misra is a Consultant General and Trauma Surgeon. […]

Senior Chamber Choir Recital

You are warmly invited to join our Senior Chamber Choir for a celebration of secular & religious choral music at the Concert Room, St. Georges Hall, Liverpool on Thursday May 2nd, 2019. Showcasing the Senior Chamber Choir’s wide-ranging talents, this is sure to be an evening to remember and an excellent opportunity to see the […]

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 […]

MTGS Success in Eco Schools Debate

On Tuesday 7th, five Year 10 girls travelled down to London to take part in the first Eco Schools Debate Challenge. All 5 girls made excellent contributions during debates based on important environmental issues such as whether deforestation only has negative consequences, whether the demand for water will lead to conflict and the importance of energy security […]