A group of pupils from Shrewsbury School were named at the Festival of Education 2018 as the winners of an international competition that asked young people to tackle the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals in their local community.
... And climbs the fourth highest mountain in the world the following day.
The whole of the Third Form have been out of school this week on an extensive outdoor education programme, taking full advantage of Shrewsbury’s fantastic location in the heart of one of the most rural and unspoilt counties in England.
The committee of Sixth Formers who are busy putting together plans for the next Shrewsbury School Model United Nations Conference 'ShrewsMUN 3' have published a fabulous 'Save the Date' video.
On Thursday 10th May, a group of 18 Fourth Form and Third Form CCF cadets spent a very enjoyable and educational day visiting the 1 Royal Irish Regiment at Tern Hill.
Congratulations to Tom Allen, Sam Crossley and Ranfulf Prentis, who have triumphed in this year's hotly contested Junior House Debating competition.
On Wednesday 2nd May six of the RAF Section (CCF) cadets were given the exciting opportunity to fly with the University Air Squadron at RAF Cosford.
The 12 pupils undertaking their Gold Duke of Edinburgh's Award Sea-Kayaking Practice Expeditions during the Easter holiday were delighted to encounter not only calm seas and sunshine, but also some new friends.
A joint group of Army and Marine cadets won gold last weekend in the Cadet Cambrian Patrol - the toughest and most challenging of all Cadet competitions - consolidating Shrewsbury CCF's reputation as one of the premier contingents in the country....
This week saw the launch of a pupil-led mental health project for local schools.
Each term a committee of Sixth Form pupils meets to award the School’s highest form of ‘colours’ – a ‘School First’.
Huge credit is due to the extremely hard-working and committed team of pupils led by Oliver Bureau (Ch UVI), who devised, organised and ran an extremely successful Model United Nations Conference held at Shrewsbury School on 10th and 11th March. It...
'ShrewsMUN 2', Shrewsbury's second Model United Conference, organised entirely by pupils and held at the School on 10th-11th March 2018, was hailed an unqualified success by everyone who took part. Film Fellow Dave Clifford spoke to members of the...
Many congratulations to Oliver Bureau (Ch UVI), Alex Sparkes (I V), Tom Allen (Ch IV) and Tim Antelo (Rb III), who have won their Inter-Regional Regional of the Schools' Challenge and are now one of eight teams in the National Quarter-Finals of the...
After much planning and preparation, there is now only one week to go until the opening ceremony of Shrewsbury School’s second Model United Nations Conference, ShrewsMUN 2. Over 180 pupils will be attending from 15 schools across the country.
It was a challenging half-term for six students from the Lower Sixth, who chose to undertake their Gold Duke of Edinburgh's Award expedition under very different conditions from normal.
Over the past twelve months, a group of Lower Sixth students have been developing social action projects that they hope will benefit the local community. Three of these projects have recently gone ‘live’, as Mr Percival explains.
Each year over 1,000 young people enter the Cambridge Union Schools Debating Competition. Congratulations to Tamara Fox (MSH UVI) and Henry Mayhew (Ch UVI) who have succeeded in reaching the finals.
Shrewsbury School's Model United Nations delegates returned from the Manchester High School for Girls MUN Conference (27th - 28th January) with a very impressive haul of awards.
The long-awaited final of the Senior House Debating Competition took place in a packed Maidment Building on the evening of 11th January between Ingram’s and Emma Darwin Hall.
On the day before the end of the Michaelmas Term, the School’s new Combined Cadet Force Royal Navy section was formally opened by Vice Admiral Peter Hudson CB CBE.
The Shrewsbury Model United Nations team had a very successful excursion to Paris on the penultimate weekend of the Michaelmas term, returning with a Resolution debated in General Assembly, two Best Delegate Awards and two Honourable Mentions.
Shrewsbury School has a vast range of fantastic co-curricular activities that pupils can choose to do on a Thursday afternoon - some of which develop into genuine life-long passions. 'Field Days' offer them the chance to spend a whole day on their...
The Natural History Society's Field Day trip to the Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre.
Despite coinciding with Storm Ophelia, the half-term Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award sea-kayaking trip was a great success.
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