Shrewsbury School Third and Fourth Form pupils are among the top achievers in a national computing challenge.
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.
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.
Sixth Former Peter Yang achieved the notable distinction of being selected to attend two residential summer schools at Cambridge University during the summer: one for the top young physicists in the country; the other for the top chemists.
This week, Fifth and Sixth Formers took part in a cornucopia of university-related events.
This week saw the much anticipated announcement of this year's Junior Essay Prize competition...
The Physics Department are delighted to report that five Fifth Form Salopians made the impressive achievement of obtaining GCSE Olympiad Gold medals this year.
Congratulations to Churchill's Hall for retaining the Junior House Debating trophy, awarded on Thursday 25th April.
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.
We were delighted to welcome teams of young and enthusiastic scientists to take part in our second Darwin Science Competition at Shrewsbury School on Thursday 14th March.
Congratulations to Upper Sixth Former Jake Williams (Rb), who has been selected as a finalist in The Big Bang Young Scientists Competition, held at the NEC in Birmingham on 13th and 14th March 2019.
Fourteen Upper Sixth biologists entered the Royal Society of Biology Olympiad 2019 and between them amassed four gold medals, three silver and two bronze, plus three highly commended and two commended awards.
The academic programme at Shrewsbury School offers pupils a world of limitless horizons and extraordinary opportunity. Take a look at our latest film...
...The Bentley Elocution Prize 2019
In the first of a new series of videos featuring discussions with Shrewsbury School pupils and staff, Headmaster Leo Winkley chats to some of the ten pupils who have recently received offers to study at Oxford and Cambridge Universities.
Tom Allen (Ch 5) was the winner and Jonathan Snell (Ch L6) and Sophia Bureau (G L6) the runners-up in this year’s McEachran Prize, named in honour of the legendary former Shrewsbury School teacher.
Libby Hedges reports on a thought-provoking lecture to the Bastille Society given on Friday 8th February by Dr Russell Foster.
Shrewsbury Model United Nations delegates enjoyed an excellent weekend debating key global issues with fellow teams from schools across the country at the MUNHigh Conference.
Shrewsbury has been named by Best Schools as a Top 10 Co-Educational Boarding School based on our 2018 A Level results.
On Friday 18th January, the Bastille Society had the great pleasure of welcoming its Founders, Michael Hart and Laurence Le Quesne, both of whom have recently celebrated their 90th birthdays.
After a a couple of years' absence, Shrewsbury School returned in style to the Geography Worldwise Quiz, an annual national competition sponsored by the Geographical Association, Field Studies Council and Ordnance Survey.
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.
Independent School of the Year 2020
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