The annual late winter ritual of the Bentley Elocution Competition, the School’s principal exhibition of verse recitation, brought a splendidly attentive audience of elegantly suited Third Formers, 16 well-rehearsed...
Eight of our Upper Sixth biologists joined more than 7,800 pupils who volunteered to take part in the first round of this year's Biology Olympiad, organised by the Royal Society of Biology.
Each year over 1,000 young people enter the Cambridge Union Schools Debating Competition. Congratulations to Tamara Fox (MSH UVI) and Henry Mayhew (Ch UVI) who have succeeded in reaching the finals.
Given that February has been designated as a month for raising awareness of LGBT and gender issues, this week’s edition of SparkPoint takes up that theme. It also includes an article from Grace O’Mara (M LVI) who ...
This year’s McEachran Prize competition took place in the newly refurbished Churchill’s (formerly Severn) Room in the Moser Library, a wonderfully invigorating environment for 11 talks on ‘spells’. The event...
This week's edition includes an interesting piece by Nick Yale (S V) juxtaposing two very different families...
Shrewsbury School's Model United Nations delegates returned from the Manchester High School for Girls MUN Conference (27th - 28th January) with a very impressive haul of awards.
A report by Jennifer Westermann (M UVI) on a talk given by Dr Gil Greengross as part of our Academic Extension lecture series.
Dr Guy Sutton, Honorary (Consultant) Assistant Professor, University of Nottingham Medical School, first came to Shrewsbury in 2017. His afternoon of lectures to the Upper Sixth Pre-U Biologists on the brain was re...
It was a pleasure to welcome Dr Emily Winkler, specialist in Medieval History, to Shrewsbury School on 19th January to share her expertise on the changes in historical writing in the 12th century.
Seven Upper Sixth pupils studying Classical Civilisation went to the Belgrade Theatre in Coventry last Friday for a day of lectures on Greek Tragedy, organised by the Classics Faculty of Warwick University.
This week’s SparkPoint looks at the idea of time – a subject that has possessed the minds of scientists, artists and philosophers alike for almost as long as there has been a human race.
The Lower Sixth Biology visit to Liverpool University’s Institute of Integrative Biology.
An article written by Mike Tonks, Second Master at Shrewsbury and teacher of Philosophy and Theology, has been published in the journal ‘Dialogue’.
The long-awaited final of the Senior House Debating Competition took place in a packed Maidment Building on the evening of 11th January between Ingram’s and Emma Darwin Hall.
On Friday 12th January, the Darwin Society welcomed Dr Alberto Sesana from the University of Birmingham to give the third of this year's science enrichment lectures, entitled 'Listening to the universe with gravitatio...
... What is it that you see? This week's issue is devoted to those who have helped to extend and enhance our ideas of understanding. It also includes an exploration of the philosophy of Seneca by Ebrahim Jamshid (SH L...
Congratulations to the 14 Salopians who have received offers from Oxford and Cambridge Universities.
Four Shrewsbury School Sixth Form Physicists have won medals in the first round of the British Physics Olympiad.
This week's bumper edition of SparkPoint takes the theme of panto and has been put together by Heather May, who teaches Theatre Studies.
On Wednesday 5th December, 31 Fourth Form budding scientists travelled to Warwick University for a Science in Action enrichment day.
The aim of the Headmaster’s Commendations is to recognise and reward outstanding academic achievement and intellectual curiosity.
The Shrewsbury Model United Nations team had a very successful excursion to Paris on the penultimate weekend of the Michaelmas term, returning with a Resolution debated in General Assembly, two Best Delegate Awards an...
On Friday 24th November, the Darwin Society welcomed Dr Alex Jones from the National Physical Laboratory to give the second in this year’s series of science enrichment lectures to an audience of over 100 pupils.
This week's edition of the micro-magazine has a suitably royal theme,
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