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.
The pupil-led Eco Committee at Shrewsbury School are pleased to announce that they are hosting the screening of 2040 at the Barnes Theatre on Friday 1st October at 7.15pm.
After weeks of preparing, months of planning and five years after the last one, Shrewsbury School completed the Whole School Sponsored Walk.
Honourable Chair, esteemed opposition and the readers of this newsletter. Presenting… the Inter House Junior Debating Competition of 2021. Daisy S (G, IV), reflects on the debate.
Lower Sixth Biology and Chemistry students, as well as a few from other year groups, enjoyed an inspiring talk on the “Curious Properties of Water” on Friday 17th September.
The President of our Creative Writing Society was crowned the winner of the prestigious nationwide Young Romantics Prize on Thursday night.
One Fourth Former has been busy throughout the summer gaining qualifications as a volunteer and becoming a Dementia Friend.
Lt Col Nick David reflects on this year’s CCF Summer Camp, where 25 Salopians enjoyed an action-packed week.
As a whole school community, along with our friends from Everton, we are very much looking forward to the Whole School Sponsored Walk in aid of The Shewsy on the 23rd September 2021.
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.
Last week our Lower Sixth Form students put their skills to the test in the National Skills Challenge.
It’s been a week full of serious fun for our Third and Fourth formers as they enjoyed all the activities that this year’s Outdoor Week had to offer.
The winners of the inaugural Shrewsbury School Academy Awards were announced last week in a glamorous award ceremony.
Members of the Creative Writing Society have published the latest edition of Fire Engine, a wonderful anthology of poems entitled ‘Submerge’.
The Eco Committee were out and about on Thursday afternoon, enjoying the results of No Mow May so far.
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.
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.
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.
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