What did the Merchant Taylors do?

What did the Merchant Taylors do?

Through volunteering, raising funds, offering their time to governance or trustee roles through to supporting City-wide initiatives, Merchant Taylors help grassroots charities, local organisations as well as schools across the UK, to create lasting transformative change.

Is Merchant Taylors a good school?

Merchant Taylors’ is one of the top dozen academic boys’ schools in the UK. The school makes provision for a large number of gifted and talented pupils and has a learning support department staffed by specialist teachers.

How much are Merchant Taylors school fees?

Academic Year 2021-22 School Fees

School Fee (Per Term / Per Year)
Infants (Reception – Y2) £2,922 / £8,766
Juniors (Y3 – Y6) £2,995 / £8,985
Senior Girls £4,028 / £12,085
Senior Boys £4,028 / £12,085

What are Merchant Taylors?

Merchant Taylors’ School is a selective British independent school for boys founded in 1561 in London. Over its lifetime the school has occupied multiple campuses. The school caters for 1100 students between the ages of 11 and 18.

How many pupils does Merchant Taylors have?

Until the 1970s, Merchant Taylors’ was also a boarding school. It currently caters for over 700 day pupils between the ages of 11 and 18 (with an additional 120 in the Junior School).

When was Merchant Taylors founded?

Merchant Taylors’ School/Founded
The Merchant Taylors’ School was founded in 1620 by John Harrison, citizen and Merchant Taylor of London. The Guild of Merchant Taylors’ in London is one of the twelve great City Livery Companies that have survived from medieval times.

Is it difficult to get into Merchant Taylors?

Merchant Taylors’ is highly competitive, considering its outstanding results when it comes to higher education and university admissions. In 2019, 89% of GCSEs achieved at Grade 9, 8 or 7 (A*-A), while 32% achieved at Grade 9. In the same year, 76% of A Levels were achieved at A* or A.

How much is it to go to Eton?

It was founded in 1440 by Henry VI as “Kynge’s College of Our Ladye of Eton besyde Windesore” as a sister institution to King’s College, Cambridge, making it the 18th-oldest Headmasters’ and Headmistresses’ Conference (HMC) school….

Eton College
School fees £48,501 per year US$68,244 per year

What type of school is Merchant Taylors?

British independent school
Merchant Taylors’ School, Northwood (founded 1561), is a British independent school originally located in the City of London and now located in Northwood in Middlesex .

How do you get into Merchant Taylors school?

All 11 plus applicants to Merchant Taylors’ will sit the entrance exam in the first or second week of January, typically the second Tuesday. Candidates will sit papers in English, Mathematics, and a Merchant Taylors’ General Paper. Boys will sit the exam at Merchant Taylors’ School in their Year 6.

What is MTS General Paper?

The MTS General Paper is designed to test a range of learning skills such as thinking, problem solving and creativity. The paper is specific to Merchant Taylors and specimens will not be posted.

Why is Merchant Taylors Hall important to London?

When event organisers visit Merchant Taylors’ Hall, they’re often most impressed by finding such a large conference space here in the heart of the City of London. A close second to that is the discovery of an Events Team as experienced and accommodating as ours.

When did the Merchant Taylors livery company start?

The Merchant Taylors’ Company dates from 1327, when it began as a social and religious fraternity of tailors and linen-armourers.

Do you feel like you are in a different world at Merchant Taylors?

Guests at Merchant Taylors’ Hall often say they feel like they’re stepping into a different world when they walk through our doors, and isn’t that what a special event should be all about?