Pupils from the Global Social Leaders group, the Shrewsbury School Parents’ Association, staff of Shrewsbury FoodbankPLUS and local businesses joined together on Sunday for a wonderfully successful Christmas Fair.
Two Shrewsbury School Quizzing teams demonstrated their impressive wealth of general knowledge as they competed in the Regional Finals of the Schools’ Challenge Quiz.
"It has been a year of tremendous performance for Shrewsbury House. I do feel that our Founding Fathers would be pleased with how their successors have delivered their mission in 2018-19."
A tea party for 100+ local elderly people; an art day for local children; running sports events at two local primaries – just a few of the activities Shrewsbury School pupils got up to on Field Day.
The Royal Russell is one of the largest and most prestigious MUN conferences in the UK, attracting delegates from all over the world. Ella Biggs (M 5) gives a fascinating insight into what it's like taking part.
We have over 800 trees at Shrewsbury - roughly one for every pupil. But how many of us really look at them properly? The Natural History Society have created a wonderful Tree Walk to help us all look up...
Lt Ciaran O'Rooke pays tribute to the CCF Royal Marines Detachment for the hard work and dedication they put into devising their own training programme for the Sir Steuart Pringle Trophy, and for their tremendous perf...
Shrewsbury School’s Model United Nations delegates enjoyed a very successful weekend at the Cheadle Hulme MUN Conference (5th – 6th October), winning a Highly Commended Delegation Award and several individual awards.
“Seeing the impact our school has on other people was incredible.” Lower Sixth Former Lucy Lees reports on last week's residential Social Studies course at Shrewsbury House, the School’s youth centre in Liv...
After weeks of intensive training, the CCF Royal Marines Pringle Trophy team will be defending their title this weekend at the RM Commando Training Centre at Lympstone, Devon.
An exhibition of postcard-sized original artworks by former and current pupils and members of staff has raised a magnificent £2,000 for Shrewsbury House (the Shewsy), the School's youth centre in Everton, Liverpool.
Six members of the Upper Sixth Form spent the final week of their summer break navigating their way by sea kayak through the waterways of northern Scotland on their Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Expedition.
The British Beekeeping Association has awarded Junior Certificates to nine members of the School’s Beekeeping Society.
It was a busy first parade for the new members of the Combined Cadet Force...
Twenty-two Shrewsbury CCF cadets attended Summer Camp this year, throwing themselves with enthusiasm into a week of challenging activities based in rural Shropshire, on military training areas and in Snowdonia.
Now an annual fixture in the Shrewsbury School CCF calendar, the Summer Gliding Camp is of huge benefit to aspiring pilots in the School CCF RAF Section due, with six days of focused, individual training.
On the day after Speech Day, three Salopians travelled to Manchester to take part in the Withington MUN Conference. Once again, Shrewsbury debaters made their mark.
Plans are now underway for the next Shrewsbury School / Shewsy trip to Medic Malawi in July 2020.
On Sunday 9th June, we welcomed 30 young people and staff from Shrewsbury House (‘The Shewsy’), our youth club in Everton, Liverpool.
School Firsts are one of the highest honours at Shrewsbury, rewarding pupils who have demonstrated exceptional contributions to School life. They are awarded each term by a committee of Upper Sixth Formers.
We look forward to three joint events next month with our friends at the Shewsy, our youth club in Liverpool, and share in their pride at having two former Club members celebrated in the news this week.
Fourth Form CCF cadets Issie Urquhart and Eve Llewellyn and Sixth Formers James Weir and Chad Usher have all achieved notable success in recent weeks. Congratulations to them all.
Ten Salopians enjoyed a splendid occasion at Buckingham Palace on Monday when they were presented with their Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Awards.
Congratulations to Churchill's Hall for retaining the Junior House Debating trophy, awarded on Thursday 25th April.
On Thursday afternoon, a group of Salopians received an excellent insight into the radio industry from a new company called Radio Active.
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