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.
Two Shrewsbury pupils have been offered places at the National Youth Theatre (NYT).
Congratulations to Ollie Brown and his team .....
Futures and Higher Education Bulletin Edition 13 Summer Term 2021 from the Futures Department, full of useful information, reminders, resources and weblinks for Fifth and Sixth Formers and their parents.
Shrewsbury School is taking part in a campaign entitled No Mow May – lead by the Eco Committee.
The Economics Society staged their first Question Time event of the year in the remote Zoom manner to which we have become accustomed for these events in the pandemic.
Every year, the Postor Body have an individual aim for how they, as a group, can positively influence the school.
A Sixth Form Salopian has ingeniously created an app to support the smooth flow of mealtimes at Shrewsbury School.
Head of Futures Chris Wain catches up with former pupil Olivia on her IBM Internship.
On Saturday the Boat Club took eleven crews to race in a match against Eton College at Dorney Lake.
Shrewsbury School's cricket season is continuing an impressive run, as last week saw three of our girls’ team cricketers play for the boys’ team.
The Shrewsbury School pupil crossed the line in 2:02.92, smashing his own PB as well as the UK U15 Male title for 800m.
Students in the third form have had their artwork selected to be displayed throughout Shrewsbury as part of the Great British Art Exhibition.
The pair will work with the National Youth Music Theatre (NYMT) on their summer production of Billy the Kid.
The theatre school programme only offers 20 places each year.
The cricket season got off to a flying start with four centuries from our Salopians.
Despite not be able to run the annual training camps, rowers enjoyed a two-day session on the water.
Open air theatre returns to Shropshire
The Hawksley-Burbury Science Competition is our annual Practical Science competition and is open to any scientist in the Fifth and Sixth Forms, testing skills of observation and scientific deduction.
Guests were welcomed into the Bull & Bear Restaurant/Bar with a flowing glass of traditional red sangria .....
The fixture started frantically with both sides closing down their opponents with tactical fouls and terrific energy ...
The Maths competition is an annual event that sees pupils solving 30 mathematics problems against other school pupils.
The latest in the Headmaster's series of 'Letters from Shrewsbury'. A letter to 'Dear Pedestrian'
Archie T (Rt, IV) won by a four-mark margin at West Park Horse Trials on Sunday, April 11th.
Cricket has returned once more to the playing fields of Shrewsbury, with the opening week of the season seeing boys and girls return to action under beautiful blue skies.
There have been some exciting developments for Salopian Dance this week
This year's virtual competition was a success across the globe
Futures and Higher Education Bulletin Edition 12 Lent Term 2021 from the Futures Department, full of useful information, reminders, resources and weblinks for Fifth and Sixth Formers and their parents.
At the end of the Lent Term the Boat Club took part in the Virtual Schools’ Head of the River which was held to replace the cancelled Schools’ Head traditionally hosted on the tideway in London.
It has been both heart-warming and exciting to see competitive sports fixtures played again at Shrewsbury with three days of cricket in the balmy April weather to whet our appetite!
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