On the Thursday of Outdoor Week, a group of 45 Third Formers and five members of staff set off at the crack of dawn to visit World War I cemeteries and battlefields in France and Belgium. Thank you to Ossian Fin...
As part of the Higher Education programme, Shrewsbury held two conferences this week on making successful applications to university.
The Modern Foreign Languages Speaking Competition is traditionally a modest but treasured event that promotes foreign language and culture and celebrates the art of reciting poetry.
The winning letters in this year's Michael Schutzer-Weissmann Letter-Writing Prize are small masterpieces. Please read on.
The committee of Sixth Formers who are busy putting together plans for the next Shrewsbury School Model United Nations Conference 'ShrewsMUN 3' have published a fabulous 'Save the Date' video.
Now in its second year, the Shrewsbury School Book Award celebrates the best fiction published for young adults in the last 18 months.
'Literature is a force for good, but it is also dangerous.' 'Science would be nothing without Mathematics.' - Just two of the questions tackled by Third and Fourth Formers in this year's Junior School Essay Prize.
Recent publications by Shrewsbury School staff
On Tuesday 8th May, Shrewsbury School entered two teams of Third Form pupils to compete at the annual Physics Olympics held at King’s School Chester.
The Physics and Design & Technology Faculties combined forces recently for a joint visit to Jaguar Land Rover, giving pupils a hands-on insight into some of the practical applications of their subjects.
This week we launched an exciting new careers initiative, which we hope will be an invaluable resource for pupils to explore as they consider what steps to take beyond Shrewsbury School.
In the first week of the Easter holidays, 16 Salopians accompanied by Miss Weatherstone and Mr Warburg set off for the Lower School French Study visit to Montpellier.
The aim of the visit is to combine intensive lang...
Congratulations to Tom Allen, Sam Crossley and Ranfulf Prentis, who have triumphed in this year's hotly contested Junior House Debating competition.
This week's edition focuses on Mozart - his life, his music and his impact on the world of culture.
This week's edition explores the world of satire.
Four gold, six silver and six bronze medals from the first round of the 2018 Chemistry Olympiad.
The Bastille Society's final lecture for this year was given by Professor Yang-Wen Zheng, a leading historian on Chinese history, and explored the complex political, social and economic issues in Communist China and...
The annual British Physics and Astrophysics Olympiad competitions are designed to stretch and challenge the most able young physicists in the country beyond the syllabus of their GCSE and A level exams.
Dr Case has put together a photobook of the Biology Department's Summer 2017 Expedition to Ecuador and the Galapagos, which is worthy of a National Geographic award for the quality and detail of the images of the extr...
Thank you to Tessa Scott Bell (MSH LVI) for her entertaining account of the Sixth Form French Study Visit - a linguistically and culturally rewarding experience - which took place in the first week of the Easter holiday.
Huge credit is due to the extremely hard-working and committed team of pupils led by Oliver Bureau (Ch UVI), who devised, organised and ran an extremely successful Model United Nations Conference held at Shrewsbury Sc...
Lisa Alekseeva and Anna Cowan made Shrewsbury School scientific history this week by becoming the first ever Fifth Formers to win the top two places in the annual Hawksley-Burbury Science Competition.
Congratulations to Charlie Johns (I UVI), who represented the History of Art Faculty at the recent ARTiculation Prize Regional Finals, held at the Barber Institute in Birmingham.
'ShrewsMUN 2', Shrewsbury's second Model United Conference, organised entirely by pupils and held at the School on 10th-11th March 2018, was hailed an unqualified success by everyone who took part. Film Fellow Dave Cl...
On Wednesday 21st March, Mr Humphreys delivered a thought-provoking lecture on the German Opposition to Hitler. - Report by Libby Hedges (G LVI).
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