Children from local prep schools had the excitement of being among the first people to enjoy a taste of Shrewsbury School's next musical in production, 'The Great Gatsby'.
At the end of last term, a group of pupils who are relatively new to Model United Nations enjoyed a chance to play leading roles in the inaugural MUN conference hosted across the River Severn by Shrewsbury H...
Intrepid former pupils Tessa Scott-Bell (MSH 2014-19) and Felicity Hayward (EDH 2017-19) have just embarked on a mammoth challenge to cycle 6,500 km (4,100 miles) up the western side of South America.
Frank Coughlan (SH U6) led the trumpet section of the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain in three concerts during the Christmas holidays, including one that was broadcast from London's Barbican Centre...
A packed Maidment Auditorium saw Ridgemount and Churchill's Hall go head to head for the coveted Senior House Debating trophy on Thursday evening (9th January).
A brief glimpse of some of the choral highlights as the whole School gathered together to celebrate Christmas with a Carol Service in St Chad's Church.
...complete with glitterballs and rollerskates in the Alington Hall.
In preparation for the General Election on 12th December, Shrewsbury School ran its own Mock Election, including a hustings for all election candidates on 5th December.
"The Extended Project Qualification has provided the opportunity for a number of fantastic student-directed performances over the last few years. This stands as one of the finest."
Nearly 60 pupils took part in the Piano and Wind Prizes on Sunday 1st December.
Shrewsbury School is delighted to be shortlisted for two prestigious 2020 TES Independent School Awards: the Boarding School of the Year Award and the Creativity Award.
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.
Capacity audiences at our St Cecilia Concerts were treated to performances of exceptional quality and musicianship.
What does heaven look like? Or hell? The Butler Room in the Moser Library isn’t the first place that comes to mind, but was a crazily successful setting for the U6 Theatre Studies production of ‘Doctor Faustus’.
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.
This week, the Art Department, the Three Amigos and The Big Draw...
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 784 trees at Shrewsbury - almost 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 and marvel.
Huge congratulations to Frank Coughlan (SH U6), one of the top Music Scholars at Shrewsbury School, who has been appointed Principal of the Trumpet section for the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain for th...
For several years now, the wonderful acoustics of St Alkmund’s Church in the centre of Shrewsbury have rung with the sounds of Shrewsbury School’s Symphony and Wind Orchestras.
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.
Thus Ed Tarling’s sinister gatekeeper greeted the audience of the Lower Sixth’s powerful and chilling performance of 'Electra', performed in the style of the avant-garde immersive theatre company, Punchdrunk.
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