The Eco Committee were out and about on Thursday afternoon, enjoying the results of No Mow May so far.
A week on from a jam-packed Field Day, it’s time to see what just some of our groups got up to.
The winners of this year’s Biology Photo Competition have been announced, with the prize-winning pictures ranging from some stunning wildlife photography to impressive nature shots.
With a place in the Arthur Dunn Cup final against Old Foresters awaiting the winner, the match kicked off in the usual frantic, enthusiastic manner.
Mr Cooley helped transform the theatre to find out more about fluid mechanics.
This week saw Lower Sixth Former Georgia N (G) join the likes of Old Salopian Issy Wong (G, 2015-20) and Head of Girls’ Cricket Gwen Davies as she played cricket for the Central Sparks Senior Team.
Salopians were out in force enjoying a variety of activities as part of this year’s Field Day.
On Sunday the 1st VIII took on Monmouth School in a friendly home fixture to sharpen their skills in the lead up to the National Schools Regatta.
House captain Rhys W (SH, UVI) reflects on this year's House Debating Competition.
Open to all ....
The Hunt Runners were out in the countryside for the first time this year.
Mrs Corcoran reflects on the impressive show from the Mock Trial.
Salopians put in an impressive effort for the remote competition.
Futures and Higher Education Bulletin Edition 14 Summer Term 2021 from the Futures Department, full of useful information, reminders, resources and weblinks for Fifth and Sixth Formers and their parents.
After a summer of no racing and rowing, our Sabrina men finally got back on the water for the 20/21 season at the start of the Michaelmas term.
Four of our Lower Sixth Darwin Presidents gave talks on various topics to the Fourth Form in an evening as enjoyable as it was informative.
Students were given the opportunity to dress in their own clothes on Friday, May 14th, as part of a non-uniform day, to support two great charities Young Minds and World Land Trust.
Effective leadership. The Art of Communication. Problem Solving & Analytical Thinking. Creativity & Innovation.
Carys C (M, LVI) reflects on the two-day Mock Trial, supported by a criminal lawyer.
Two Shrewsbury pupils have been offered places at the National Youth Theatre (NYT).
Congratulations to Ollie Brown and his team .....
Every year, the Postor Body have an individual aim for how they, as a group, can positively influence the school.
Futures and Higher Education Bulletin Edition 13 Summer Term 2021 from the Futures Department, full of useful information, reminders, resources and weblinks for Fifth and Sixth Formers and their parents.
The Economics Society staged their first Question Time event of the year in the remote Zoom manner to which we have become accustomed for these events in the pandemic.
Shrewsbury School is taking part in a campaign entitled No Mow May – lead by the Eco Committee.
A Sixth Form Salopian has ingeniously created an app to support the smooth flow of mealtimes at Shrewsbury School.
Shrewsbury School's cricket season is continuing an impressive run, as last week saw three of our girls’ team cricketers play for the boys’ team.
On Saturday the Boat Club took eleven crews to race in a match against Eton College at Dorney Lake.
Head of Futures Chris Wain catches up with former pupil Olivia on her IBM Internship.
The Shrewsbury School pupil crossed the line in 2:02.92, smashing his own PB as well as the UK U15 Male title for 800m.
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