A Third Former has been highly commended in a global poetry recital competition.
Friday 29th April saw our inaugural ‘Enterprising Futures Conference’ for our third formers.
Salopians put their maths and presentation skills to the test last week in the annual David Harrison Maths Competition.
A team of Salopians entered a global Maths competition and placed 123rd in the world.
Futures and Higher Education Bulletin Edition 11 Summer Term 2022 from the Futures Department, full of useful information, reminders, resources and weblinks for Fifth and Sixth Formers and their parents.
The Hawksley-Burbury Science Competition is our annual Practical Science competition and is open to any scientist in the Fifth and Sixth Forms, testing skills of observation and scientific deduction.
Students from Shrewsbury School and the Marches School have reviewed two papers for the online journal Frontiers for Young Minds.
Students from around the county who signed up to STEM Potential in 2020 have completed two years of the outreach programme run by Shrewsbury School in collaboration with Imperial College, London.
The Eco Committee is excited to welcome author and Professor of Biology, Dave Goulson, to Shrewsbury to officially open the Pollinators' garden.
Last term nine Lower Sixth pupils visited the Shewsy as part of a social studies trip.
For the first time ever, Port Hill has won the Senior House Debating competition.
Salopians have performed extremely well in the British Biology 2022 Olympiad.
Regular readers of the Shrewsbury School website will remember the excellent crop of results from the Fifth Form and Lower Sixth online challenge last month.
To celebrate World Pi Day last week, the Lower Sixth Further Mathematicians recreated an experiment known as Buffon’s Needle to estimate the value of the mathematical constant, pi.
A group of Salopians were put to the test in the Independent Schools Mock Trial Competition. Theo W (SH, LVI) tells us more.
Futures and Higher Education Bulletin Edition 10 Lent Term 2022 from the Futures Department, full of useful information, reminders, resources and weblinks for Fifth and Sixth Formers and their parents.
A Lower Sixth Former is celebrating after being shortlisted for a national Classics competition judged by television presenter and Classics professor Michael Scott of Warwick University.
Co-Secretary General Lem M (I, UVI) reflects on a busy and successful event at Shrewsbury.
Educational technology in the classroom supports exceptional teaching, it does not replace it. Since the onset of the pandemic Shrewsbury teachers have been empowered to be creative and take risks with technology in both the remote and physical...
Sapna C (G, LVI) reflects on the regional round of the Oxford University Debating Competition.
Futures and Higher Education Bulletin Edition 9 Lent Term 2022 from the Futures Department, full of useful information, reminders, resources and weblinks for Fifth and Sixth Formers and their parents.
The second half of the Lent Term got off to an excellent start with the final of the Bentley Elocution Competition.
This annual, prestigious and avowedly academic event is named after Old Salopian Richard Hillary and duly modelled on the historic competition used to select Fellows of All Souls College, Oxford.
Third and Fourth Form English pupils filled the Barnes Theatre on Tuesday evening to enjoy this year’s offerings for the Bentley Elocution Competition semi-final 2022.
Head of Academic Innovation, Harry Mackridge, reflects on another successful year of competition entries.
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