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Merchant Taylors’ School

Welcome to the FTG Jobs Fair page of Merchant Taylors’ School. One of the ‘Great Nine’ schools of England, we have provided outstanding educational opportunities to boys in the London area since 1561.

By any criteria, our boys make us one of the ‘top ten’ boys’ schools in the UK.

Ours is an exceptional learning community that provides a first class education in a humane and civilised environment. We value breadth of achievement as much as success at the highest level. Of greatest importance to us is that boys grow to be independent and free-thinking members of a diverse community and that they develop: confidence; the essential skills for life after School; and a set of positive and morally secure values that will provide the foundation to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing world. Above all we want pupils at the School to be happy, to consider the needs of others and to know that they are recognised as important and unique members of an exceptional school”

Merchant Taylors’ School is a selective British independent public school for boys founded in 1561 in London. The school has occupied various campuses since its founding; from 1933, it has been located at Sandy Lodge, a 285 acres (115 ha) site close to Northwood in the Three Rivers district of Hertfordshire.

Founded in 1561 by Sir Thomas White, Sir Richard Hilles, Emanuel Lucar and Stephen Hales, it was one of the nine English public schools investigated by the Clarendon Commission set up in 1861, but successfully argued that it should be omitted from the Public Schools Act 1868, as did St Paul’s School, London, the other day school investigated by the Clarendon Commission.

The school caters for 1100 students between the ages of 11 and 18. The school is now an all-through school from age 3 to 18 after merger with Northwood Prep School in 2015.

The school’s old boys, called Old Merchant Taylors (OMTs), include naturalists, poets, actors, academics, politicians, authors, sportsmen, and military figures, including three winners of the Victoria Cross award. OMTs include, Lancelot Andrewes, the translator of the King James’ Bible; John Walter, founding editor of The Times; John Sulston, Nobel laureate in Physiology and Medicine; General Sir Richard Barrons, former Commander Joint forces command: E. H. Carr, the historian, Boris Karloff, the actor, Sir James Jeans the Astronomer Royal; Lord Coggan, Archbishop of Canterbury, Major-General Lord Robert Clive, and more. There is also a strong OMT presence in both Houses of Parliament.

Merchant Taylors
Available Jobs:

Merchant Taylors’ School

Welcome to the FTG Jobs Fair page of Merchant Taylors’ School. One of the ‘Great Nine’ schools of England, we have provided outstanding educational opportunities to boys in the London area since 1561.

By any criteria, our boys make us one of the ‘top ten’ boys’ schools in the UK.

Ours is an exceptional learning community that provides a first class education in a humane and civilised environment. We value breadth of achievement as much as success at the highest level. Of greatest importance to us is that boys grow to be independent and free-thinking members of a diverse community and that they develop: confidence; the essential skills for life after School; and a set of positive and morally secure values that will provide the foundation to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing world. Above all we want pupils at the School to be happy, to consider the needs of others and to know that they are recognised as important and unique members of an exceptional school”

Merchant Taylors’ School is a selective British independent public school for boys founded in 1561 in London. The school has occupied various campuses since its founding; from 1933, it has been located at Sandy Lodge, a 285 acres (115 ha) site close to Northwood in the Three Rivers district of Hertfordshire.

Founded in 1561 by Sir Thomas White, Sir Richard Hilles, Emanuel Lucar and Stephen Hales, it was one of the nine English public schools investigated by the Clarendon Commission set up in 1861, but successfully argued that it should be omitted from the Public Schools Act 1868, as did St Paul’s School, London, the other day school investigated by the Clarendon Commission.

The school caters for 1100 students between the ages of 11 and 18. The school is now an all-through school from age 3 to 18 after merger with Northwood Prep School in 2015.

The school’s old boys, called Old Merchant Taylors (OMTs), include naturalists, poets, actors, academics, politicians, authors, sportsmen, and military figures, including three winners of the Victoria Cross award. OMTs include, Lancelot Andrewes, the translator of the King James’ Bible; John Walter, founding editor of The Times; John Sulston, Nobel laureate in Physiology and Medicine; General Sir Richard Barrons, former Commander Joint forces command: E. H. Carr, the historian, Boris Karloff, the actor, Sir James Jeans the Astronomer Royal; Lord Coggan, Archbishop of Canterbury, Major-General Lord Robert Clive, and more. There is also a strong OMT presence in both Houses of Parliament.

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