"It has been a year of tremendous performance for Shrewsbury House. I do feel that our Founding Fathers would be pleased with how their successors have delivered their mission in 2018-19."
This Remembrance Sunday, as is customary, the entire School will gather around the Sir Philip Sidney War Memorial for the annual Act of Remembrance to honour the Salopians who were killed in the two World Wars.
Film Fellow David Clifford and Teacher in Charge of Cross-Country Ian Haworth have captured in words and in film some of the tremendous atmosphere of competition and house spirit of this historic whole-school race.
A tea party for 100+ local elderly people; an art day for local children; running sports events at two local primaries – just a few of the activities Shrewsbury School pupils got up to on Field Day.
This week, the Art Department, the Three Amigos and The Big Draw...
The Royal Russell is one of the largest and most prestigious MUN conferences in the UK, attracting delegates from all over the world. Ella Biggs (M 5) gives a fascinating insight into what it's like taking part.
Now in its second year in its new home of the beautiful grounds of Attingham Park, the historic Tucks race was staged on the last Friday of the Half Term in rather kinder conditions to last year.
Huge congratulations to Frank Coughlan (SH U6), one of the top Music Scholars at Shrewsbury School, who has been appointed Principal of the Trumpet section for the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain for their 2019/20 season of courses...
There was an audible buzz in the air as over 240 Sixth Form students gathered for Shrewsbury School’s first Economics and Business Conference. The audience included students from The Marches, Shrewsbury High School, and Oswestry School.
We have 784 trees at Shrewsbury - almost one for every pupil. But how many of us really look at them properly? The Natural History Society have created a wonderful Tree Walk to help us all look up and marvel.
Over 100 Young OS assembled for the Young OS Roof Top Party
The Upper Sixth Biologists spent a happy and extremely productive two and a half days at Dale Fort Marine Station in Pembrokeshire, one of the most biodiverse corners of the world.
This week's Bulletin includes links to sources of potential internships and conference opportunities, school leaver programmes and degree apprenticeships, as well as reminders of events taking place in school during the second half of term.
Driving rain at Bedford throughout last Sunday couldn’t dampen the enthusiasm and determination of the J15s and J16s in their first race of the season.
Bar Elba in Waterloo, with its Napoleonic quotations on its walls, is fast becoming a favourite meeting spot for Young OS, and so it proved on Friday 6th September ...
For several years now, the wonderful acoustics of St Alkmund’s Church in the centre of Shrewsbury have rung with the sounds of Shrewsbury School’s Symphony and Wind Orchestras.
Lt Ciaran O'Rooke pays tribute to the CCF Royal Marines Detachment for the hard work and dedication they put into devising their own training programme for the Sir Steuart Pringle Trophy, and for their tremendous performance in the gruelling two-day...
On 10th October, the Bastille Society was delighted to welcome Dr Russell Foster from King's College, London. His powerful lecture on 'How to defeat the 21st century far-right' attracted a capacity audience. Report by Lara Gabbitas (EDH U6).
Shrewsbury School’s Model United Nations delegates enjoyed a very successful weekend at the Cheadle Hulme MUN Conference (5th – 6th October), winning a Highly Commended Delegation Award and several individual awards.
Thus Ed Tarling’s sinister gatekeeper greeted the audience of the Lower Sixth’s powerful and chilling performance of 'Electra', performed in the style of the avant-garde immersive theatre company, Punchdrunk.
This week, the 1st XI Hockey team.
Nearly 50 pupils, parents and Old Salopians took part in the Shrewsbury Half Marathon held last Sunday 6th October, between them raising almost £6,000 for the Andrew Grene Foundation and Medic Malawi.
Many congratulations to Eleanor Blackledge, who competed last weekend for the GB U17 Cadet Fencing Team in Godollo, Hungary.
The Boat Club is greatly honoured to be presented with medals belonging to former Captain of Boats and Olympian John Lander, who joined the School in 1926. He is the only Olympic gold medallist to have been killed in action in World War 2.
It was fantastic to welcome nearly 70 young musicians from Shropshire and further afield to our inaugural Symphonic Sunday on 29th September.
The Drama Faculty’s ‘Underground’ season began this week with Harry Waterworth’s production of 'Amadeus' in the intimate and subterranean surroundings of Drama Studio 2.
“Seeing the impact our school has on other people was incredible.” Lower Sixth Former Lucy Lees reports on last week's residential Social Studies course at Shrewsbury House, the School’s youth centre in Liverpool.
We were delighted to welcome pupils from four local junior schools and students from Shrewsbury Sixth Form College for an afternoon of Magic with the visiting Mathematician Ben Sparks.
There’s an extra buzz of excitement in the Boat Club this term, with the arrival of Olympic Gold Medallist and Double World Champion Rebecca Romero and World Silver Medallist Becca Chin.
After weeks of intensive training, the CCF Royal Marines Pringle Trophy team will be defending their title this weekend at the RM Commando Training Centre at Lympstone, Devon.
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