Shrewsbury School is delighted to announce that it has been shortlisted for an award in the Student Careers category of the Independent School of the Year 2021 awards.
Shrewsbury School hosted its Summer Concert on Friday, June 25th to a live audience.
The Art Faculty is excited to showcase all the GCSE and A-Level art and photography work in the gallery for the final show.
Monday 21st June marked the start of what I hope will be the most unique final fortnight to an Upper Sixth Formers life at Shrewsbury School. Normally at this point, formal examinations are all but over, leavers trips are taking place all over...
A Sixth Form pupil has been awarded a scholarship at a private art school in Florence.
Many congratulations to Phoebe W (MSH, LVI) for being Highly Commended in the prestigious New College of the Humanities Essay Prize.
28 pupils attend the Shropshire Schools Athletics Championships held at Telford, Oakengates.
Following the virtual launch in 2020 of Shrewsbury U, a programme designed to give Salopians a head start at university, this year we welcomed over 150 of the Upper Sixth back to take part in an expanded offering.
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.
As well as being a fun week of expeditions and activities, Outdoor Week is also a chance for our pupils to engage in some work for the community.
Lower Sixth Formers were this week given the opportunity to enjoy a range of talks from outside speakers in order to inform, prepare and inspire our pupils.
This year 239 Third and Fourth form pupils took part in Outdoor Week, where they trekked across the Shropshire hills, tackled assault courses and took part in some serious fun competition days.
On Saturday the Senior and J16 Crews raced at the Marlow Regatta.
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.
In a normal year, many Salopians would have played in the National Schools’ Championships in the last week of the Lent term. For two consecutive years this biggest event of the fives season has not been able to happen.
The winners of the inaugural Shrewsbury School Academy Awards were announced last week in a glamorous award ceremony.
This week saw the finale of the Fifth Form Enterprise Challenge.
Saturday 12th June marked the final session of the inaugural academic year for Shrewsbury School STEM Potential, with sessions on scientific research into mosquito-borne diseases and the technology and biochemistry behind vaccines discussed.
Members of the Creative Writing Society have published the latest edition of Fire Engine, a wonderful anthology of poems entitled ‘Submerge’.
The Crucible, first performed in 1953, is widely acknowledged as one of the greatest plays of the twentieth century.
The winner of this year’s Junior School Essay Prize has been announced as Luke W (SH, IV).
On Saturday, May 8th, the third form rowers had their second opportunity to get out in small boats at Bomere Pool.
On the first weekend of the half term the Senior and J16 rowers travelled to Dorney Lake in Buckinghamshire to race at the National Schools’ Regatta.
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