The Brass Prizes were held on Sunday 2nd February and were adjudicated by Richard Blake, trumpet with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and teacher at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire.
The Senior and J16 crews began a new term of racing in fine style at the Wycliffe Big Head on the Gloucester Berkeley Canal on Saturday 1st February.
As part of their introduction to their Organic Chemistry course, Miss Woo’s Fourth Form set were given the task of writing a poem entitled ‘The Day Crude Oil Ran Out’.
Twenty-three talented pupils spent last weekend debating key global issues with fellow delegates from across the UK at the Manchester High School for Girls MUN Conference.
The Royal Shrewsbury School Hunt enjoyed an excellent day at the County Championships on 1st February, with 37 runners competing and amassing between them three team trophies and two individual wins.
The String Prizes on Sunday 2nd February were a great success...
The AGM of the Friends of Shrewsbury School Hong Kong was held at the Chinese Banks' Association on 30th November 2019.
To mark National Apprenticeship Week (3rd - 7th February), this week's Bulletin focuses on Apprenticeships - particularly Degree Apprenticeships - and Higher Education.
In the eighteen months that the Salopian Drivers’ Club has been in existence, we have had several really enjoyable gatherings and we now have eighty members.
On Friday 31st January, the Classical Society hosted a talk on ‘Skin Colour in the Ancient World’, given by Professor Tim Whitmarsh from Cambridge University.
A talk that enthralled pupils and staff alike, on venoms, poison dart frogs and crocodile blood...
Issy Wong’s cricket career at a national level has taken another exciting step forward with her selection among the first wave of signings for England Cricket Board’s inaugural ‘The Hundred’ competition.
On Friday 31st January, eight pupils from the Upper Sixth who are studying Classical Civilisation attended the Ancient Drama Festival held at Warwick University, which culminated in a performance of the Sophoclean masterpiece ‘Oedipus The King’.
Congratulations to Rory McDonald-O'Brien (PH 4), Sam Austen (SH L6) and Will Austen (SH U6), who won 2-1 at Oswestry Golf Club on Thursday 23rd January.
As we look forward to the TES Independent School Awards Dinner on 7th February, these two videos give an insight, through the words of pupils, into some of the reasons why Shrewsbury School has been shortlisted for both the Boarding School of the...
A review by Director of Drama Dr Helen Brown of a powerful, thought-provoking, disturbing and deeply moving directorial debut by Sixth Formers Ed Tarling and Phoebe Stratton-Morris.
Congratulations to Ollie Taylor (R L6), who has been selected for the British Cadet Rifle Team and will tour with them to Canada during the Easter Holidays.
Shrewsbury School pupils swapped roles and became dance teachers for the day...
Children from local prep schools had the excitement of being among the first people to enjoy a taste of Shrewsbury School's next musical in production, 'The Great Gatsby'.
With the excitement of Shrewsbury Town playing Liverpool at home in the FA Cup this weekend and our own 1st XI playing in the Semi-Finals of the ISFA Cup early next month, we also celebrate with pride the role of former pupils of...
The latest in the fortnightly Bulletins from the Futures Department, full of useful information, reminders, resources and weblinks for Fifth and Sixth Formers and their parents.
The great tradition of the Salopian Club Epiphany Service continues
The Richard Hillary Essay Medal competition provides an opportunity for Sixth Formers to spend two hours pitting their wits against a one-word unseen essay title.
On 16th January, we were delighted to welcome renowned historians Dr Sam Willis and Professor James Daybell, who gave a thought-provoking and very entertaining talk to pupils on ‘The Histories of the Unexpected'.
The rugby season got underway in fine style on Saturday 11th January with a block fixture against Birkenhead School.
Shrewsbury School is celebrating an outstanding year of success for pupils applying to Oxford and Cambridge Universities. Sixteen Salopians have received offers of places across a whole spectrum of disciplines, from sciences through to...
Tremendous performances by our RSSH runners at the national Knole Run on 11th January. Highlights of the day included team bronze for the boys’ team, 5th place for Francesca Harris and 7th place for Fourth Former Will Singleton.
On 11th December, at the end of the busy Michaelmas term, a group of ten Fifth Form German linguists accompanied by Herr Peach and Frau Davies set off for an action-packed trip to Berlin to improve their language skills and...
At the end of last term, a group of pupils who are relatively new to Model United Nations enjoyed a chance to play leading roles in the inaugural MUN conference hosted across the River Severn by Shrewsbury High School.
Following an extensive and thorough recruitment process, we are delighted to announce the appointment of Mr Oliver Jackson-Hutt as Development Director from 1st February 2020.
Independent School of the Year 2020
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