Sapna C (G, LVI) and Abby W (M, LVI) reflect on the successful opening of the Pollinators' Garden.
Last term nine Lower Sixth pupils visited the Shewsy as part of a social studies trip.
The Eco Committee is excited to welcome author and Professor of Biology, Dave Goulson, to Shrewsbury to officially open the Pollinators' garden.
A new addition to our calendar of events with The Shewsy, originally planned for Spring 2020, was a shared Year 9 / Third Form residential at Talargerwyn, the school’s outdoor cottage above Betws-Y-Coed in Snowdonia.
On the first week of the Easter holidays 16 pupils (including five from Adcote School) visited Talargerwyn, offering CCF cadets an introduction to the great outdoors.
For the first time ever, Port Hill has won the Senior House Debating competition.
Pupil volunteers Anna L (EDH, LVI) and Tom B (Ch, LVI) have reflected on their time working at the Headway Centre.
Co-Secretary General Lem M (I, UVI) reflects on a busy and successful event at Shrewsbury.
Sapna C (G, LVI) reflects on the regional round of the Oxford University Debating Competition.
Last weekend the Model United Nations team went to Manchester High School for Girls for an MUN conference involving 250 delegates from 16 schools.
Three new Elm trees have been planted at Shrewsbury School to mark Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee as part of a nationwide campaign called The Queen’s Green Canopy.
This Term, The Eco Committee’s student-led project to make more nature friendly sites at school has begun!
Last term, the Pushkin Society was established by Salopians to discuss Russian current affairs and literary works. Boris P (SH, LVI) tells us more.
London’s literati feted Salopian poet Eustacia F (M, UVI) at a gathering at John Murray, the historic Mayfair publishing house that first published Byron’s poetry, and made a little-known scientist called Charles Darwin a household name.
The whole school gathered on a sunny autumnal morning to pay their respects at this year’s Service of Remembrance.
We are thrilled to be hosting the Christmas Fair in Quod, in partnership with foodbank PLUS, on Sunday, November 28th.
Yesterday saw our bi-annual Field Day take place at various locations across the country with a wide range of activities on offer for all our pupils.
On Tuesday, Shrewsbury School hosted the Economics Conference 2021 which covered the theme of Poverty and Equality.
Shrewsbury School MUN enjoyed four days at the Royal Russell School International MUN over half term – with it being one of the most successful trips to the event for Shrewsbury.
Cheadle Hulme School held their 21st MUN conference on October 9-10th, involving 36 delegations from 21 schools from across the country.
Congratulations to STEM pupils who have received Crest Awards, a British Association's scheme for STEM project work that inspires young people to think and behave like engineers.
Last week saw the release of the second annual Economist Magazine, produced by our Economic Society students.
A week on from the Whole School Sponsored Walk, our Salopians have had a chance to reflect on what was an enjoyable and successful event.
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A fifth former has won the KAZ Worldwide Touch-Typing Tournament at a typing speed of an amazing 76 words per minute.
After weeks of preparing, months of planning and five years after the last one, Shrewsbury School completed the Whole School Sponsored Walk.
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