On Thursday Shrewsbury School hosted an online event for parents as part of our parental pastoral sessions.
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Futures and Higher Education Bulletin Edition 8 Lent Term 2022 from the Futures Department, full of useful information, reminders, resources and weblinks for Fifth and Sixth Formers and their parents.
An Old Salopian has had a paper published after collecting data on a Shrewsbury School trip.
The topic of Catullus' language was widely discussed at the most recent Classics Lecture.
A Salopian has gained an impressive Personal Best time at the London Indoor Athletics Open 800m event.
We were delighted to return to the War Memorial Park in Coventry on Wednesday for the 50th Anniversary edition of the King Henry VIII Relays.
This weekend sees the start of the annual DarwIN Festival, a celebrating of Shrewsbury’s most famous son and Old Salopian Charles Darwin, which Shrewsbury School is proud to be supporting.
Three new Elm trees have been planted at Shrewsbury School to mark Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee as part of a nationwide campaign called The Queen’s Green Canopy.
Our Upper Sixth English students enjoyed a trip to the Globe Theatre this week.
Following on from congratulating our seven Oxford offer holders, we are delighted to celebrate success of a light-blue variety, with four pupils and one Old Salopian receiving offers from Cambridge earlier this week.
We were delighted to welcome Gary Farr to school on Sunday to work with our brass department in our inaugural Brass Festival.
Fourth Form English pupils were treated to a performance of A Christmas Carol in Barnes Theatre this week, and the pupils have reflected on the production.
Futures and Higher Education Bulletin Edition 7 Lent Term 2022 from the Futures Department, full of useful information, reminders, resources and weblinks for Fifth and Sixth Formers and their parents.
The first Classics lecture of 2022 will take place on at 7.30pm on Friday February 4th in Hodgson Hall.
The Didsbury Coffee Concerts have been a shining star in Manchester’s concert scene for decades.
Our Boys' Hockey teams went up against Wrekin College last Wednesday, with some great results.
Deputy Head (Co-Curricular) and Director of Drama, Dr Helen Brown reflects on the latest pupil-directed performance.
13 pupils from Shrewsbury Sixth Form College in town crossed the Rubicon (the River Severn, actually!) this week, and descended on the Kennedy Building (where the Classics Faculty is based) to start their Introduction to Latin course.
Head of School Nick A (SH, UVI) looks back at a successful Fourth Form event organised by the Postors.
Congratulations to Salopians who have recently received Oxford offers.
This Term, The Eco Committee’s student-led project to make more nature friendly sites at school has begun!
After a two-year wait, we were finally back in Sevenoaks on Saturday for the Senior Knole Run, a challenging and historic race amid the beautiful grounds of Knole Park.
Three Salopians have received awards for their participation in the British Mathematical Olympiad.
Today was going to be another moment in Hunt History
For the first time in ten years since the competition started, the Richard Barber Cup has a new name on the trophy after a thrilling win for Shrewsbury at Eton last Sunday.
There has been great success for Third and Fourth form pupils who have achieved Distinction and Merit awards in the UK Bebras Computational Thinking Challenge 2021.
A Salopian has won an impressive clean sweep of races for the second time at the North Staffordshire Cross Country League.
It’s been great to see competitive Inter-School fixtures back on our pitches during a busy and successful Michaelmas term.
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