We are delighted to have been named as one of the top schools in the Independent School of the Year awards, receiving recognition for continued excellence in the realm of the Performing Arts.
Congratulations to Music Scholar Greta Roberts (M U6), who has received offers to study Harp at three of the UK's most prestigous music colleges - the Royal College of Music in London, the Royal Welsh Colleg...
We were proud to learn that Michael Palin had been awarded a knighthood in The Queen’s New Year’s Honours list “for services to travel, culture and geography”.
Frank Coughlan (SH L6) won a place in the National Youth Orchestra last term and has recently performed with them in their annual Winter Tour.
There may have been no snow on snow this year, but the traditional Carol Service from the first notes of ‘Once in royal...’ sparkled with all the magic of our early Salopian Christmas.
A huge thank you to pupils, staff, parents and the wider Salopian community who have given so generously this term.
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.
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...
"This hugely ambitious and astonishingly well executed production will surely live on in the collective memory of Shrewsbury School as one of its dramatic high points..." Review by Richard Hudson.
The Shrewsbury School Concert Party have been out and about spreading festive cheer and performing Christmas music in residential homes in and around Shrewsbury.
"John Moore’s final St Cecilia Concerts embraced all the hallmarks we have come to expect from this golden age of Salopian music-making." - Review by Mr Fraser-Andrews.
The SSPA and Barnabas Community Projects Foodbank Plus teamed up with the Global Social Leaders (GSL) group, local businesses and retailers to put on a hugely successful Christmas Fair in Quod last Sunday.
In his comic masterpiece, Dylan Thomas invites the audience, for one day, to experience the everyday lives, thoughts and secret dreams of the inhabitants of Llareggub...
A group of 12 Lower Sixth pupils spent three days last week based at Shrewsbury House (the Shewsy), taking part in a Social Studies course on Law and Politics. Laura Elliott (G) and Alex Powell (I) report.
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”.
On Thursday, the Global Social Leaders group lent their hands in helping the Barnabas Centre prepare for this Sunday’s Christmas Fair, which the School is glad to host.
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..
A boarding house is a home, a place of relaxation, comfort, and sometimes a place where hobbies are pursued, like drawing, music, gardening….
Thanks to generous donations from pupils, staff and parents at three school charity events this term, we have raised almost £2,000 for the Shrewsbury Food Hub, Winston’s Wish and the Shewsy.
This week's edition of the pupil podcast includes an interview with Mrs Latcham about the Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award, plus a round-up of recent news and events to look forward to next week.
Salopian MUN delegates enjoyed a very successful conference at Malvern St James last weekend, with the Equatorial Guinea delegation picking up the top prize against stiff opposition, in addition to many individua...
On Sunday 4th November, some of our pupils performed in a stunning concert celebrating the life of one of Shropshire's greatest sons, the World War 1 poet, Wilfred Owen. The concert took place in his home to...
A glowing review by Mrs Drew of a skilfully performed and powerful production.
Four Salopians travelled to Manchester to compete in the regional round of the esteemed Cambridge Union Schools' Debating Competition.
Many congratulations to Lower Sixth Form trumpeter Frank Coughlan (SH) who, after several rounds of auditions, has won a coveted place in the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain.
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