Discover the winners of this year's Biology Photography Competition!
An update from Peter Middleton, Deputy Head Co-Curricular.
A Shrewsbury School pupil has made an outstanding achievement by gaining a place in the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain.
A further update on how Salopians are continuning to support and connect with their communities.
An update on how Salopians have connected with others and their communities to offer support.
The effects of COVID-19 aren't always the illness itself, and Mairi (UVI, MSH) has been raising essential money to help others.
An update from Peter Middleton, Deputy Head Co-Curriculum.
The RAF inter-flight competition, the Battle of Britain Trophy, was fought for last Field Day, Thursday 12th March.
The latest in the Headmaster's series of 'Letters from Shrewsbury' is the address he gave to pupils and staff in the final assembly of the Lent Term, as we became a remote learning community together.
News updates from two of our community partnership organisations, Shrewsbury House ('The Shewsy') and Medic Malawi, who face particular challenges at this very difficult time.
Shrewsbury School musicians were on sparkling form at the recent concert held in the Elgar Concert Hall in Birmingham. You can enjoy watching and listening to their performances here.
A few photos showing some of the many co-curricular activities that took place during Field Day last week from mountain biking to music technology, Duke of Edinburgh's Award preparation and a visit to the Sh...
Discover the activities of our Natural Historians during this week's Field Day!
Mr Cooley provides a commentary on the amazingly successful all-night sports extravaganza, which raised over £12,000 for Medic Malawi.
We are delighted to celebrate a pupil’s amazing achievement against a global field of entrants at the recent 2020 Golden Key International Music Composition Competition.
A big thank you to pupils and staff who are giving up their Valentine's Night to support Medic Malawi.
"...A haunting and challenging play, demanding and receiving total commitment from this young cast of 40, all of whom clearly sensed they were part of something very special..."
Staff and pupils from the Music Faculty thoroughly enjoyed welcoming lots of keen and talented young musicians for a loud and fun-filled day of quality music-making at our Prep School Big...
Preview video and photo gallery of Shrewsbury School Drama Department's stunning, powerful and atmospheric production of T.S. Eliot's verse-drama 'Murder in the Cathedral', marking the 850th anniversary of the death o...
The Brass Prizes were held on Sunday 2nd February and were adjudicated by Richard Blake, trumpet with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and teacher at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire.
Twenty-three talented pupils spent last weekend debating key global issues with fellow delegates from across the UK at the Manchester High School for Girls MUN Conference.
The String Prizes on Sunday 2nd February were a great success...
A review by Director of Drama Dr Helen Brown of a powerful, thought-provoking, disturbing and deeply moving directorial debut by Sixth Formers Ed Tarling and Phoebe Stratton-Morris.
As we look forward to the TES Independent School Awards Dinner on 7th February, these two videos give an insight, through the words of pupils, into some of the reasons why Shrewsbury School has been shortlisted for bo...
Shrewsbury School pupils swapped roles and became dance teachers for the day...
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