A week on from a jam-packed Field Day, it’s time to see what just some of our groups got up to.
The winners of this year’s Biology Photo Competition have been announced, with the prize-winning pictures ranging from some stunning wildlife photography to impressive nature shots.
Salopians were out in force enjoying a variety of activities as part of this year’s Field Day.
Mrs Corcoran reflects on the impressive show from the Mock Trial.
House captain Rhys W (SH, UVI) reflects on this year's House Debating Competition.
Four of our Lower Sixth Darwin Presidents gave talks on various topics to the Fourth Form in an evening as enjoyable as it was informative.
Despite not be able to run the annual training camps, rowers enjoyed a two-day session on the water.
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Mr Tom Folker as our very first Head of Adventure at Shrewsbury School.
An update from the Eco Committee.
This year’s Field Day saw students in Fifth Form and Lower Sixth embark on a half-day investigation into free-fall. A challenging project which all the students said they would do in real life!
Field Days are a termly event here at Shrewsbury and this was a Field Day with a difference!
Members of the School's Creative Writing Society have published a wonderful anthology of poems inspired by the 'Shrewsbury School Tree Walk' created last year by the Natural History Society.
Mr Mackridge reports on a hotly contested final adjudicated by Jonah Surkes.
An update on Fifth Form literary prize winners during the Summer Term 2020.
Ms Turpin showcases the new Concert Party programme for local care homes.
A few photos showing some of the many co-curricular activities that took place during Field Day last week from mountain biking to music technology, Duke of Edinburgh's Award preparation and a visit to the Shewsy...
Discover the activities of our Natural Historians during this week's Field Day!
Four Lower Sixth Salopians took part in the annual Oxford University Debating Competition this week.
Twenty-three talented pupils spent last weekend debating key global issues with fellow delegates from across the UK at the Manchester High School for Girls MUN Conference.
At the end of last term, a group of pupils who are relatively new to Model United Nations enjoyed a chance to play leading roles in the inaugural MUN conference hosted across the River Severn by Shrewsbury High School.
Pupils from the Global Social Leaders group, the Shrewsbury School Parents’ Association, staff of Shrewsbury FoodbankPLUS and local businesses joined together on Sunday for a wonderfully successful Christmas Fair.
Two Shrewsbury School Quizzing teams demonstrated their impressive wealth of general knowledge as they competed in the Regional Finals of the Schools’ Challenge Quiz.
"It has been a year of tremendous performance for Shrewsbury House. I do feel that our Founding Fathers would be pleased with how their successors have delivered their mission in 2018-19."
A tea party for 100+ local elderly people; an art day for local children; running sports events at two local primaries – just a few of the activities Shrewsbury School pupils got up to on Field Day.
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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