The aim of the Headmaster’s Commendations is to recognise and reward outstanding academic achievement and intellectual curiosity.
Ghost stories, sci-fi flash fiction, prison shorts, a heart-felt poetic valedictory ode to Shrewsbury and much more – the latest edition of 'Fire Engine' is out now.
Returning from study leave, the Fifth Form have been given a taste of what lies ahead in the Sixth Form.
On Thursday 27th June, 12 Fourth Form girls attended a 'Women in Engineering' day at Jaguar Land Rover (JLR).
Dr Elliot (Head of Astronomy) and the rest of the Physics Department were delighted to take the Third Form to visit the Lovell Radio Telescope at the Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre this week.
It all started on a very cold, dark and wet Thursday morning at 4.15 am… Thank you to George Stanford-Davies for his account of the Third Form Battlefields Tour.
This week, Fifth and Sixth Formers took part in a cornucopia of university-related events.
The final edition for this academic year of the weekly Futures and Higher Education Bulletin.
For many people the long days of Summer provide the ideal opportunity for some well-earned reading time. We asked staff and pupils to share their Summer reading wish-lists...
The winners of both the Senior and Junior Essay Prize competitions have been announced...
This week saw the much anticipated announcement of this year's Junior Essay Prize competition...
Fittingly Air Marshal Sir Michael Simmons (DB 50-55), one of the architects of the Richard Hillary Essay Medal Competition in memory of RAF fighter pilot and author of The Last Enemy, Richard Hillary (Ch 1931-37), vis...
The Physics Department are delighted to report that five Fifth Form Salopians made the impressive achievement of obtaining GCSE Olympiad Gold medals this year.
The judges of this year's Biology Photographic Competition had an even more difficult task than ever before to choose the winners from among the stunning images submitted in all three categories.
Congratulations to the 59 Third and Fourth Formers who entered this year’s Royal Society of Biology’s ‘Biology Challenge’ and between them achieved very impressive results.
Lots of useful links to talks, university taster days, apprenticeship programmes and work experience opportunities, as well as reminders of the many school events taking place during this term.
Sixth Form Classicists enjoyed a fascinating and entertaining talk given by Dr Kathryn Tempest, Senior Lecturer in Classics at Roehampton University, author and broadcaster.
On Friday 10th May, over 30 Third and Fourth Form pupils volunteered to undertake the highly regarded annual Junior School Essay Prize.
We are delighted to announce that Packwood Haugh Preparatory School will be joining the Shrewsbury School family of schools from September 2019.
This week's edition includes a reminder to members of the Lower Sixth that there are lots of University Taster Days coming up in the next few weeks.
This week's Bulletin includes reminders about forthcoming talks and events at school, as well as useful links to information about university taster days and webinars, apprenticeship programmes and work...
A powerful opinion piece, written by Lower Sixth Former Charlie (Charlotte) Hancock in response to media harrassment of Nobel Peace Prize nominee Greta Thunberg, was published in The Guardian on 25th April.
Shrewsbury Sixth Form chemists amassed a total of six gold, seven silver and six bronze medals in the first round of the 2019 RSC Chemistry Olympiad.
Professor Susan Doran’s work on Elizabeth I in the Early Modern Period is well known amongst the Pre-U Historians, so it was a great honour for the Bastille Society to welcome her to Hodgson Hall on 26th April ...
Congratulations to Churchill's Hall for retaining the Junior House Debating trophy, awarded on Thursday 25th April.
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