To celebrate the festive New Year period the Old Salopian Club based in Bangkok, Thailand, gathered together the Shrewsbury Class of 2016 at a bar in the Thonglor area of the city. The group ate and drank - and talked about school memories,...
This week we remember William Samuelson, who died of his wounds in Belgium on 31st December 1917 and Albert Westlake, who was killed in action in France on 4th January 1918.
2017 has been another great year for the Saracens in many ways. Both on the field and off it, the Saracens have performed with varying degrees of success but always with passion and commitment.
Guy Egerton-Smith (M 1960-64) is keen to identify OS Real Tennis players. Please do contact him on firstname.lastname@example.org
On Saturday 16 December, the Old Salopian 1st XI defeated Old Berkhamstedians 6-0 in the second round of the Arthur Dunn Cup in a tie that was originally due to take place on Senior, but had to be rescheduled because of adverse weather. The game...
The recent thick covering of snow was left behind in Shropshire and Wimbledon Common was just very wet underfoot, as we discovered on our return to the Thames Hare & Hounds Running Club’s 65th Annual Alumni Race.
When I saw this recently taken photograph I thought it was so beautiful that it merited posting on the website and I am sure will be particularly appreciated by Sabrina Club Members.
I do hope you will come to one or more of the events we are...
Enjoy a glimpse behind the scenes as the Chapel Choir and Chaplain prepared for the Carol Services at the end of last term. This film has been put together by our Film Fellow David Clifford.
On the last Wednesday of term, Shrewsbury School hosted the annual Paperchases, a historic race around the Site that has been run every year since the 1830s.
A party of 37 Salopians, whose School leaving dates spanned 7 decades, took part in a memorable evening on Monday 11th December in the prestigious surroundings of the New York Racquet and Tennis Club on Park Avenue, a venue kindly arranged by Mark...
The Shrewsbury Model United Nations team had a very successful excursion to Paris on the penultimate weekend of the Michaelmas term, returning with a Resolution debated in General Assembly, two Best Delegate Awards and two Honourable Mentions.
A huge thank you to everyone who has given of their time, energy and cash to support the Shrewsbury School charity fundraising efforts.
The weekly B Leagues fixtures of the Michaelmas Term, which involve the Third and Fourth Form, are some of the most hotly contested of all the inter-house competitions.
A combination of good tactics, fine technique, will power and physical strength saw four of our fittest Upper Sixth lads win the "rowing machine relay" on Monday evening.
Softly ushered in with fizz and mulled wine, Christmas began in earnest in Shrewsbury on the first Sunday of December.
Saturday 2nd December, 2017, will be remembered as a Great Old Salopian Hunt Day!
Shrewsbury School has a vast range of fantastic co-curricular activities that pupils can choose to do on a Thursday afternoon - some of which develop into genuine life-long passions. 'Field Days' offer them the chance to spend a whole day on their...
On Friday 24th November, the Darwin Society welcomed Dr Alex Jones from the National Physical Laboratory to give the second in this year’s series of science enrichment lectures to an audience of over 100 pupils.
This week we remember two Old Salopians, Ralph Hargreaves and Edward Ratcliff MC.
Having qualified very strongly in the regional round two weeks previously, the Royal Shrewsbury School Hunt took a confident team of U15 boys down to Sevenoaks on 25th November to compete in the national final of the English Schools Athletics...
On a very cold Wednesday afternoon in late November, the Hunt were delighted to be invited back to the family home of a former Hunt runner for a hugely enjoyable 'Hash' run in the wilds of the Shropshire countryside.
A record number of Salopians crowded into All Bar One for the annual Birmingham Drinks on Thursday 30th November. Encouraged by the copious amount of food and drink, Salopians of all ages met up with old friends as well as chatting with six current...
The Natural History Society's Field Day trip to the Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre.
This week's edition of the micro-magazine has a suitably royal theme,
The OSGS is delighted to honour the President of Ashridge GS - the Salopian Club's President, Air Marshal Sir Michael Simmons
Crowds of parents and spectators lined the banks of the River Severn on Saturday 25th November to watch the J14s battle it out with The King’s School Chester in a great day of racing.
There were strong and encouraging performances from the six senior RSSBC crews who competed in the Wallingford Head on Sunday 26th November - particularly the J16 crew, who won their category.
(Imagine what they could do with more daylight hours.....)
Congratulations to Linda Zhao (G UVI), Cici Zhang (MSH LVI), Isaac Dai (S UVI) and Tony Wan (LVI I), who demonstrated not only exceptional mathematical skills but also great teamwork to win the Regional Final of the UKMT Senior Team Maths Challenge.
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