Congratulations to STEM pupils who have received Crest Awards, a British Association's scheme for STEM project work that inspires young people to think and behave like engineers.
It was fantastic to be able to welcome onsite the two cohorts of STEM Potential students from state schools across the county to Shrewsbury School on the 18th and 25th September.
This week saw the launch of the Higher Project Qualification (HPQ) for Fourth Form.
We are delighted to announce that Modern Foreign Language teacher Alexandra Schmaller-Russell graduated from The University of Oxford with a MSc in Learning and Teaching.
Lower Sixth Biology and Chemistry students, as well as a few from other year groups, enjoyed an inspiring talk on the “Curious Properties of Water” on Friday 17th September.
The winner of this year’s 2021 Schutzer-Weissman letter-writing prize is Todd R-P (Rb).
The President of our Creative Writing Society was crowned the winner of the prestigious nationwide Young Romantics Prize on Thursday night.
A Shrewsbury School teacher has received ‘Outstanding’ in all areas of his PGCE grading, with his mentor also receiving a Certificate of Excellence for her work.
Shrewsbury School is delighted to welcome Dr Richard Kowenicki to the role of Deputy Head (Academic) this September.
A group of Lower Sixth Form students took part in Cambridge Chemistry Challenge 2021 after their AS examinations. The students performed remarkably well after their busy AS exam schedule and this challenging academic ...
Many congratulations to Phoebe W (MSH, LVI) for being Highly Commended in the prestigious New College of the Humanities Essay Prize.
Monday 21st June marked the start of what I hope will be the most unique final fortnight to an Upper Sixth Formers life at Shrewsbury School. Normally at this point, formal examinations are all but over, leavers trips...
Saturday 12th June marked the final session of the inaugural academic year for Shrewsbury School STEM Potential, with sessions on scientific research into mosquito-borne diseases and the technology and biochemistry be...
The winner of this year’s Junior School Essay Prize has been announced as Luke W (SH, IV).
Effective leadership. The Art of Communication. Problem Solving & Analytical Thinking. Creativity & Innovation.
Carys C (M, LVI) reflects on the two-day Mock Trial, supported by a criminal lawyer.
Futures and Higher Education Bulletin Edition 12 Lent Term 2021 from the Futures Department, full of useful information, reminders, resources and weblinks for Fifth and Sixth Formers and their parents.
It is with great excitement that we present to you the first ever STEM magazine.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Welcome to the very first edition of the Mathematics Newsletter.
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