Three Fourth Form Salopians (Luke W, Natalia T, Todd R-P) had an early start on Monday morning as they participated in the inaugural UK-Australian debate held between junior teams from Shrewsbury and Cranbrook School, Sydney.
Sports broadcast journalist and linguist Chris Dennis has been to the school in person before to conduct interactive workshops and returned, in virtual form, to talk about his work as a journalist and the role of languages in the workplace and in...
On Tuesday evening the Philosophy & Theology faculty hosted two Business Ethics Forums on Zoom for A-Level students.
Salopians have received a big ‘thank you’ after Christmas cards designed by art scholars and sold by Creative Arts students raised more than £700 for charity.
Last week the Fourth Form navigated their way through the ‘National Enterprise Challenge’.
Salopians across the world have been keeping busy by getting involved in our Volunteering @ Home initiative.
An update from the Eco Committee.
As part of the broader academic strand to Shrewsbury’s Lent Term remote provision, each Faculty will be providing one dynamic ‘Go Further’ session each week from Monday 25th January. Week 3 Now Added.
Next week sees the start of the DarwIN Shrewsbury Festival, a celebration of Old Salopian and one of Shrewsbury’s most famous sons, Charles Darwin.
Three cricketing Old Salopians took a trip down memory lane this week for a special virtual meeting that entertained pupils past and present.
On Thursday 11th February between 1.30pm and 3pm, Shrewsbury will host its biennial information conference on studying at US and Canadian universities.
Students across two year groups have been immersing themselves into a world of technology and engineering as part of a scheme that inspires young people ‘to think and behave like scientists and engineers’.
An update from Peter Middleton, Deputy Head Co-Curricular.
The Art Department is hosting a special online lecture given by art historian and writer, Ben Street.
Salopians past and present can take a trip down memory lane with three former students, of which two have gone on to have successful county cricketing careers.
This week our pupils have been exploring the theme of ‘image’ as part of their pastoral learning at Shrewsbury School.
Two Salopian stars have been selected for the Central Sparks Academy, home to the best young cricket players in the West Midlands.
Salopians in Upper Sixth were given the opportunity to pick the brains of medical lecturer Dr Guy Sutton as he delivered a lecture in neuroscience.
An update on the Oxford Union Debating Competition from Elizabeth E (EDH, U6).
Futures and Higher Education Bulletin Edition 8 Lent Term 2021 from the Futures Department, full of useful information, reminders, resources and weblinks for Fifth and Sixth Formers and their parents.
Kate B will be taking to her bike to conquer over 120 miles in order to raise money for a charity close to her heart.
They say a small act of kindness goes a long way, so we are asking all our Salopians to get involved in our Volunteering@Home initiative.
An update on ShrewsMUN from Rhys W.
The countdown is on for the launch of this year’s DarwIN Shrewsbury Festival, the annual celebration of Old Salopian and the town of Shrewsbury’s most famous son, Charles Darwin.
An update from Maurice Walters, Deputy Head Academic
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