As a joint venture with Shrewsbury Bookfest and part of their series of events to commemorate the centenary of WW1, the Bastille Society welcomed Philip Stevens to tell the stories of some of the remarkable ...
A House Singing-inspired edition this week.
This week's edition looks at the impact of the calendar and dating systems on world culture.
On Monday 24th September, the Moser Library welcomed Carnegie Medal-winning author Tanya Landman to the School.
This week's edition has a literary theme.
The latest bulletin for Fifth and Sixth Formers from Toby Percival, Higher Education Adviser. Lots of useful information about events, talks, exhibitions and taster days.
The third volume of Shrewsbury’s pupil-led anthology of creative writing, Fire Engine, is fresh off the press…
This week's edition focuses on some key questions and decisions that have forced a diversion in history.
Following the GCSE exams, 30 pupils have been awarded Honorary Scholarships, Exhibitions and Examination Prizes for achieving outstanding scores.
The second of the new bulletins for Fifth and Sixth Formers put together by Toby Percival, Higher Education Adviser, and featuring news about events, talks, exhibitions and taster days.
This edition of SparkPoint offers a welcome counter-balance to last week's focus on 'war'.
Toby Percival, Higher Education Adviser, has launched a new weekly bulletin for Fifth and Sixth Formers.
'SparkPoint' is a micro-magazine produced by our Deputy Head (Academic), Maurice Walters.
Pupils at Shrewsbury once again celebrated an outstanding performance in this year's examination results.
Pupils at Shrewsbury School are celebrating an outstanding set of GCSE results a week after their Sixth Form counterparts produced a stunning set of A Level grades.
Pupils at Shrewsbury once again celebrated an outstanding performance in this year's A Level examination results.
In the lastest film by Film Fellow David Clifford, Biology teacher and Head of Digital Learning, Henry Exham, explains how a group of Shrewsbury School pupils have been helping Google test an exciting new piece o...
On the day after Speech Day, a small team of Salopians represented the School with panache at Withington Model United Nations Conference, a one-day event aimed at beginners.
Best-selling Author Ben Kane’s talk to the Third Form Latinists.
The 2018/19 Academic Extension Programme focuses on the theme of ‘Controversy’. Here’s a brief overview of the eclectic mix of speakers who will be speaking during the Michaelmas Term on some thought-provoking s...
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, during the penultimate week of term Shrewsbury held two conferences 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.
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