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This week saw the Lower and Upper Schools taking to the court for House Basketball More
Recently, the MTS Engineering Society had the pleasure of welcoming OMT, Ishaan Aggarwal, back to the school to present his journey and career… More
In English, some of the Fourths have been studying war literature. A day after D Day, a group of them visited the World War One gallery at the… More
On Thursday 6th June, the Philosophy Society hosted an online talk titled 'The Value of Philosophy as a University Degree', by Dr Conor McHugh… More
Just before half-term, Ciaran D (L6th) and his fellow engineers visited Stage C1 of the HS2 Project to learn all about the incredible feats of civil… More
On Friday 24th May, five students represented Merchant Taylors' at a day-long conference hosted at the Merchant Taylors' Hall in London. More
Mike Lakin, Master of the Worshipful Company of Fan Makers will be taking part in a daring feat of bravery abseiling down one of London's tallest… More
On Friday 24th May, a group of Fourth Form students left for Paris on the French Exchange. Find out more about their exciting excursion into French… More
Congratulations to Joshua R, (Divs), who was one of only thirty-eight students in his year group across the country to reach the Newsquest Young… More
Earlier this week, the House Basketball competition took over The Quad as keen basketballers vied for the title of House Champions. More
The Fourth Form French students have been leaning into new language learning tools and their diligence has paid off seeing them top online… More
The First Round of The 2024 Cricketer Cup is on Sunday 9th June, when OMT will play in the highly prestigious competition against Lancing Rovers, at… More
Last week, Aayan Q (L6th) gave a talk in Senior Science Society: ‘The Past, Present and Future of Organ Transplant Surgery’. Read on to find out more.… More
Following the success of the organ recital at Aldenham in April, a few of the school's young organists headed to Abbots Langley to give a short… More
Last week, GCSE geography students had the opportunity to explore both natural and urban environments through field trips to the River Chess and… More