In the first of a new series of videos featuring discussions with Shrewsbury School pupils and staff, Headmaster Leo Winkley chats to some of the ten pupils who have recently received offers to study at Oxford and Cam...
Tom Allen (Ch 5) was the winner and Jonathan Snell (Ch L6) and Sophia Bureau (G L6) the runners-up in this year’s McEachran Prize, named in honour of the legendary former Shrewsbury School teacher.
Libby Hedges reports on a thought-provoking lecture to the Bastille Society given on Friday 8th February by Dr Russell Foster.
Lots of information for Fifth and Sixth Formers about events, talks, apprenticeships and work placements - plus a useful guide to making the most of the Universities and Gap Year Fair on 15th February.
This week's edition looks at the cultural impact of the weather.
Shrewsbury Model United Nations delegates enjoyed an excellent weekend debating key global issues with fellow teams from schools across the country at the MUNHigh Conference.
This week's edition looks at how the days of the week encode a range of strange cultural ideas...
Shrewsbury has been named by Best Schools as a Top 10 Co-Educational Boarding School based on our 2018 A Level results.
Congratulations to School House, who triumphed in this year's Senior House Debating competition.
On Friday 18th January, the Bastille Society had the great pleasure of welcoming its Founders, Michael Hart and Laurence Le Quesne, both of whom have recently celebrated their 90th birthdays.
The 13th edition of SparkPoint for this academic year considers how the concepts of luck, fortune and fate have impacted on societal development.
After a a couple of years' absence, Shrewsbury School returned in style to the Geography Worldwise Quiz, an annual national competition sponsored by the Geographical Association, Field Studies Council and Or...
On 9th January, 52 Lower Sixth biologists spent a fascinating day in the Department of Life Sciences at Liverpool University.
The Richard Hillary Essay Medal competition provides an opportunity for Sixth Formers to spend two hours pitting their wits against a one-word unseen essay title.
Recommendations from Shrewsbury School pupils and staff.
While 30 Salopians are put through their paces during Oxbridge interviews this week, a group of Lower Sixth Formers travelled to Cambridge University for a series of undergraduate masterclasses to find out what s...
Shrewsbury's ten delegates were all in fine and persuasive form at PAMUN 18, one of the largest and most prestigous Model United Nations conferences in Europe. Thanks to Rhys Woodward (SH 5) and Tom Jac...
We were honoured to welcome Dr Edward Cavanagh, Fellow in History at Downing College, Cambridge, to deliver the final Bastille Society lecture of the term on Friday 30th November.
The final edition for this term looks at the traditions and ceremonies associated with Christmas around the world.
Shrewsbury School’s first Account Book, dating from 1577...
This week's edition has an examination focus.
The pastoral care and personal welfare of each pupil is at the heart of everything we do at Shrewsbury. In this video, our pupils explain what makes the school community such a happy “home from home”.
John Maynard Keynes visited the Taylor Library in July 1920.
Anyone following Shrewsbury School Art on Twitter or Instagram will have seen a glorious array of creations from the Department this term. We’ve gathered together a few recent highlights here..
Another gem from our vast archive: Napoleon Bonaparte’s brother borrowed a book from the Ancient Library in 1812...!
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