Following the virtual launch in 2020 of Shrewsbury U, a programme designed to give Salopians a head start at university, this year we welcomed over 150 of the Upper Sixth back to take part in an expanded offering.
Monday 21st June marked the start of what I hope will be the most unique final fortnight to an Upper Sixth Formers life at Shrewsbury School. Normally at this point, formal examinations are all but over, leavers trips are taking place all over...
Many congratulations to Phoebe W (MSH, LVI) for being Highly Commended in the prestigious New College of the Humanities Essay Prize.
A group of 18 Salopians took part in the first-ever Moreton Hall Mini-MUN, which was brilliantly organised and chaired by staff and girls from Moreton.
Lower Sixth Formers were this week given the opportunity to enjoy a range of talks from outside speakers in order to inform, prepare and inspire our pupils.
Last week our Lower Sixth Form students put their skills to the test in the National Skills Challenge.
Saturday 12th June marked the final session of the inaugural academic year for Shrewsbury School STEM Potential, with sessions on scientific research into mosquito-borne diseases and the technology and biochemistry behind vaccines discussed.
This week saw the finale of the Fifth Form Enterprise Challenge.
Members of the Creative Writing Society have published the latest edition of Fire Engine, a wonderful anthology of poems entitled ‘Submerge’.
The winner of this year’s Junior School Essay Prize has been announced as Luke W (SH, IV).
There’s been a spate of Personal Best records recently for our Salopians.
The Eco Committee were out and about on Thursday afternoon, enjoying the results of No Mow May so far.
House captain Rhys W (SH, UVI) reflects on this year's House Debating Competition.
Mrs Corcoran reflects on the impressive show from the Mock Trial.
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.
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).
A Sixth Form Salopian has ingeniously created an app to support the smooth flow of mealtimes at Shrewsbury School.
Shrewsbury School is taking part in a campaign entitled No Mow May – lead by the Eco Committee.
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.
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.
Head of Futures Chris Wain catches up with former pupil Olivia on her IBM Internship.
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.
The Maths competition is an annual event that sees pupils solving 30 mathematics problems against other school pupils.
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