It’s been an astonishing year of drama. Yet Helen Brown’s troupe of star players had plenty of wow left in the tank to deliver the school play, A Matter of Life and Death, with remarkable style, accomplishmen...
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.
Returning from study leave, the Fifth Form have been given a taste of what lies ahead in the Sixth Form.
A huge thank you to to pupils, staff, parents and the wider Salopian community, who have given so very generously of their time and cash to help Shrewsbury School raise £34,000 (and still counting) for 23 differ...
During the post-exam period, two highly rated speakers and two thought-provoking workshops have focused pupils' minds on a broad range of issues, including gender equality, addiction, ethics in relationships and ...
A selection of photos from this year's powerful Salopian Week Play, 'A Matter of Life and Death' by Emma Rice.
Plans are now underway for the next Shrewsbury School / Shewsy trip to Medic Malawi in July 2020.
This year’s Summer Organ Recitals have blasted off with suitable fanfare, fizz and a fond farewell.
On Sunday 9th June, we welcomed 30 young people and staff from Shrewsbury House (‘The Shewsy’), our youth club in Everton, Liverpool.
In her own words, Mrs Peak will be going so far outside her comfort zone to raise funds for the School’s youth club in Liverpool this Saturday “that she may not come back”.
Following on from films showcasing the academic and pastoral life of the School, we are excited to launch the third in our series focusing on the co-curricular life of Shrewsbury.
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.
The Dance Showcase on 15th May was a joy to behold - as Dr Helen Brown, Director of Drama, describes...
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.
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.
On Wednesday 20th March, another lucky six CCF (RAF) cadets travelled to RAF Cosford for some flying training with RAF pilot instructors.
The Grove treated audiences in the Ashton Theatre to "a delightfully wacky" and vastly entertaining all-female production of Twelfth Night last week. Review by Mr Hudson.
The final bulletin of the Lent Term.
With genuine twins, fabulous dance moves and Third Formers impersonating a shrubbery, The Grove's House Play was a rare treat!
….Pupil leadership at its best.
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