Shrewsbury School is deeply saddened by the news that His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh has passed away.
The latest in the Headmaster's series of 'Letters from Shrewsbury'. A letter to 'Dear Three-Dimensional Learner'
Shrewsbury School is delighted to announce that it has been shortlisted for the Boarding School of the Year Award for the second year running in the national TES Independent School Awards.
Plans were made to hold the annual gathering of The OSH & The RSSH on Saturday 28th November 2020, but, like every other Salopian Sport, on the day we had to comply with Government and School instructions, regarding the Covid Pandemic and...
The Global Social Leaders Society is looking to keep a strong connection going with Shrewsbury Food Bank and is appealing for any pupils to bring donations back with them when they return after the holidays.
Shrewsbury School launched the Global Schools’ Running Race as a way to bring young athletes together from across the world to help improve their physical and mental wellbeing.
As part of our ongoing collaboration with Oundle School and Imperial College London, this year the traditional Science Fair was turned virtual competition and three talented Shrewsbury School pupils have entered.
It is with great excitement that we present to you the first ever STEM magazine.
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Mr Tom Folker as our very first Head of Adventure at Shrewsbury School.
Seventeen Sixth Form students took part in Round 1 of the International Chemistry Olympiad in remote this year, with a majority from the Lower Sixth.
An opportunity to watch our latest Salop's Got Musical Talent concert plus a Visting Music Teachers Showcase.
An update on this year’s McEachran Prize, the School’s most eccentric competition.
Futures and Higher Education Bulletin Edition 11 Lent Term 2021 from the Futures Department, full of useful information, reminders, resources and weblinks for Fifth and Sixth Formers and their parents.
One Salopian has spent more than 40 hours walking to raise money for a national charity.
There’s not long left to take part in the Global Schools' Running Race and be a part of a race competing against runners from over 17 other countries, which has now received the backing of Lord Coe.
After the roaring success of a series of lockdown challenges, it’s time for one final push to get the last Strava mission completed.
A prospective Shrewsbury School pupil has taken inspiration from her time at the school’s rowing club to write a poem that is part of a book she has had published.
In these troubled pandemic times, it is nice to see little glimmers of hope and ingenuity. It was heart-warming to see that Restart Africa’s idea to host an online ‘Sundowner’ event in conjunction with Shrewsbury School was met with enthusiasm and...
Welcome to the very first edition of the Mathematics Newsletter.
On the last Thursday ‘in remote’, the Bastille Society was lucky enough to welcome the esteemed Professor Robert Tombs (St. John’s College, Cambridge) to speak on perhaps the most divisive subject of our time: Britain’s departure from the European...
Futures and Higher Education Bulletin Edition 10 Lent Term 2021 from the Futures Department, full of useful information, reminders, resources and weblinks for Fifth and Sixth Formers and their parents.
This week saw Shrewsbury School mark World Book Day, a worldwide celebration of books and reading.
Earlier this term the Art Department welcomed Ben Street (virtually), who gave a fascinating and timely talk on Kara Walker’s striking work Fons Americanus, currently on display in Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall.
On Tuesday 23rd February, the Sidney Society enjoyed a thought-provoking lecture from Professor David Crystal, pivoting on the findings of his 2020 book, Let’s Talk: How English Conversation Works.
The Physics Faculty (with the help of our Lower Sixth Physics Ambassador Students) have compiled a list of excited Physics lectures and events for the month of March.
On Wednesday 3rd March the school enjoyed the company of seven former pupils who spoke to our fifth form, as well as fifth formers from some local schools, about their careers.
Frontiers is a leading Open Access Publisher and Open Science Platform whose journals are led and peer-reviewed by editorial boards of over 100,000 researchers.
One Salopian has completed an amazing fundraising challenge by walking and running over 120 miles and has raised more than £1,200.
Last weekend, three teams of Salopians were entered into the Manchester regional round of the Cambridge Debating competition. Two pupils who participated in the debate reflect on their time in the competition.
Salopians have taken the opportunity over half term to continue with their Volunteering at Home efforts, and our pupils have been busy.
Independent School of the Year 2020
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