On 10th October, the Bastille Society was delighted to welcome Dr Russell Foster from King's College, London. His powerful lecture on 'How to defeat the 21st century far-right' attracted a capacity audience. Report by Lara Gabbitas (EDH U6).
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.
Many congratulations to Eleanor Blackledge, who competed last weekend for the GB U17 Cadet Fencing Team in Godollo, Hungary.
Nearly 50 pupils, parents and Old Salopians took part in the Shrewsbury Half Marathon held last Sunday 6th October, between them raising almost £6,000 for the Andrew Grene Foundation and Medic Malawi.
The Boat Club is greatly honoured to be presented with medals belonging to former Captain of Boats and Olympian John Lander, who joined the School in 1926. He is the only Olympic gold medallist to have been killed in action in World War 2.
It was fantastic to welcome nearly 70 young musicians from Shropshire and further afield to our inaugural Symphonic Sunday on 29th September.
“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 Liverpool.
We were delighted to welcome pupils from four local junior schools and students from Shrewsbury Sixth Form College for an afternoon of Magic with the visiting Mathematician Ben Sparks.
There’s an extra buzz of excitement in the Boat Club this term, with the arrival of Olympic Gold Medallist and Double World Champion Rebecca Romero and World Silver Medallist Becca Chin.
The Drama Faculty’s ‘Underground’ season began this week with Harry Waterworth’s production of 'Amadeus' in the intimate and subterranean surroundings of Drama Studio 2.
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.
This week's edition includes information on School Leaver Programmes and Degree Apprenticeships plus a link to a lighthearted article on 'hidden jobs'.
Congratulations to the Shrewsbury School equestrian team, who spent a very successful Coach Weekend at the Southview National Schools Equestrian Association Competition.
Among the many impressive performances at this year's Victoria, Sabrina and Williams Sculls, Upper Sixth Former Louis Nares achieved a notable first in the history of the Boat Club.
Shrewsbury has been selected by Independent School Parent Magazine as a Finalist for the Co-Educational Independent School of the Year Award 2019.
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.
A brief glimpse of a few of the myriad of activities that have been taking place at Shrewsbury School over the last few days.
At regular intervals during term time, Giles Bell turns both his spotlight and his wit on a different sports team within the School.
We were saddened to hear that Alan Laurie, who taught at Shrewsbury for 20 years and was Housemaster of Severn Hill, died on 21st September, aged 98 years.
The annual New Entrants' Concert at Shrewsbury has become a much-anticipated event, and this year’s was no exception.
Over the last two weeks, two major Geography Faculty fieldtrips have taken place.
During their first two weeks, the Third Form have been enjoying a packed programme of activities to help them settle in quickly and whet their appetite for all that a Shrewsbury School education can offer them.
Following strong performances against tough opposition in their first fixture, hopes are high among the runners of the Royal Shrewsbury School Hunt for a great season ahead...
This week's newsletter published by the Futures (Careers) Department includes links to some interesting reports on 'What Employers Want' and 'The Future of Jobs', as well as a reminder of important university application deadlines and...
Congratulations to Oscar Hamilton-Russell (R L6), whose combined skills in horsemanship, running, swimming and shooting have earned him the top Tetrathlon Intermediates ranking in the country.
Shrewsbury School biologists have achieved impressive results in the Royal Society of Biology Intermediate Olympics.
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.
Sixth Former Peter Yang achieved the notable distinction of being selected to attend two residential summer schools at Cambridge University during the summer: one for the top young physicists in the country; the other for the top chemists.
Nearing the end of an exiting first week at Shrewsbury, our new Third Formers were greeted with glorious sunshine as they gathered on Central for the annual Third Form Race. This event is one of the new pupils’ first opportunities to compete for...
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