On Saturday, Salopians celebrated Ridgemount’s centenary.
This week saw Shrewsbury School take part in The Big Draw Festival 2021.
Cheadle Hulme School held their 21st MUN conference on October 9-10th, involving 36 delegations from 21 schools from across the country.
Last weekend saw Old Salopians reunite after two years with an event that included vintage cars, an art exhibition and musical concert, along with many other chances to reminisce on school days.
Futures and Higher Education Bulletin Edition 3 Michaelmas Term 2021 from the Futures Department, full of useful information, reminders, resources and weblinks for Fifth and Sixth Formers and their parents.
There have been a range of musical achievements for our Salopians this term.
Harrison C (R, UVI) will be competing in next year’s European Championships, representing Team GB in the triathlon.
Congratulations to Libby T (MSH, UVI) who won the U18 Individual Fives Tournament in Highgate.
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.
It was fantastic to be able to welcome onsite the two cohorts of STEM Potential students from state schools across the county to Shrewsbury School on the 18th and 25th September.
This week saw the launch of the Higher Project Qualification (HPQ) for Fourth Form.
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.
Old Salopians are reminded to get their artwork submitted ahead of OS Day next week.
We are delighted to announce that Modern Foreign Language teacher Alexandra Schmaller-Russell graduated from The University of Oxford with a MSc in Learning and Teaching.
Ahead of performing scenes from Caroline Bird’s adaptation of ‘Trojan Women’, Lower Sixth pupils were given the opportunity to talk with the original cast of the play in a Zoom call.
It’s been a busy week for our rowers.
There has been a spate of sporting achievements for our Salopians over the last week, with pupils competing at both national and local events.
After weeks of preparing, months of planning and five years after the last one, Shrewsbury School completed the Whole School Sponsored Walk.
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.
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 latest in the Headmaster's series of 'Letters from Shrewsbury'. A letter to 'Dear Emma'.
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 Lower Sixth Form students took part in Cambridge Chemistry Challenge 2021 after their AS examinations. The students performed remarkably well after their busy AS exam schedule and this challenging academic year.
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