Salopians from five countries joined hundreds from all over the globe thanks to this year’s virtual World Affairs Conference.
Last week the Fourth Form navigated their way through the ‘National Enterprise Challenge’.
The first of many interesting virtual physics lectures will take place tomorrow, starting a whole month of events that have been recommended by the Physics faculty.
As part of the broader academic strand to Shrewsbury’s Lent Term remote provision, each Faculty will be providing one dynamic ‘Go Further’ session each week from Monday 25th January. Week 3 Now Added.
On Thursday 11th February between 1.30pm and 3pm, Shrewsbury will host its biennial information conference on studying at US and Canadian universities.
Students across two year groups have been immersing themselves into a world of technology and engineering as part of a scheme that inspires young people ‘to think and behave like scientists and engineers’.
An update on the Oxford Union Debating Competition from Elizabeth E (EDH, U6).
Salopians in Upper Sixth were given the opportunity to pick the brains of medical lecturer Dr Guy Sutton as he delivered a lecture in neuroscience.
Futures and Higher Education Bulletin Edition 8 Lent Term 2021 from the Futures Department, full of useful information, reminders, resources and weblinks for Fifth and Sixth Formers and their parents.
An update on ShrewsMUN from Rhys W.
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Futures and Higher Education Bulletin Edition 7 Lent Term 2021 from the Futures Department, full of useful information, reminders, resources and weblinks for Fifth and Sixth Formers and their parents.
The Lent Term for lower sixth form is an exciting period. With students now settled into A Level studies, attention now begins to shift slightly to encourage more serious thoughts about future opportunities.
The Bebras Computing Challenge introduces computational thinking to students and takes place in over 40 countries.
Following the success of the remote Dragons Den held via zoom in the summer term, we decided to try a ‘live’ Dragons Den competition very much ‘not in remote’ this term!
A cohort of Upper Sixth Oxbridge applicants presented an academic 'viva' to their peers in Hodgson Hall.
An update from Mr Wray on this year’s Darwin Science Competition
An update on Fifth Form literary prize winners during the Summer Term 2020.
This week saw the launch of daily careers insight talks, delivered by former pupils of the School.
We were delighted to give members of the public special guided tours of our wonderful treasure trove of Charles Darwin’s books, letters and artefacts this week as part of the town’s DarwIN Shrewsbury Festival 2020.
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'.
A packed Maidment Auditorium saw Ridgemount and Churchill's Hall go head to head for the coveted Senior House Debating trophy on Thursday evening (9th January).
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.
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