Congratulations to the Boys’ 1st XI, who defeated Eton and touring sides from Australia and South Africa to regain the highly coveted Silk Trophy.
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, accomplishment and lashings of authentic 1940s-...
We are delighted to announce that the Cricket Centre has been officially renamed in honour of a major charitable contribution received by Shrewsbury School from the Grandhi family. Their son, Ritesh, has been in the Upper Sixth in ...
The aim of the Headmaster’s Commendations is to recognise and reward outstanding academic achievement and intellectual curiosity.
The Bumping Races have been the climax of our inter-house rowing races at Shrewsbury since 1867. They have lost none of their excitement over the years.
Some impressive performances, a return to summer weather, and a cheerful atmosphere of enthusiasm and house spirit made for an enjoyable afternoon of inter-house athletics on Wednesday.
The intrepid Hunt runners have created a video to sum up their experiences as victors in the Scottish Islands Peaks Race 2019.
Returning from study leave, the Fifth Form have been given a taste of what lies ahead in the Sixth Form.
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.
Ghost stories, sci-fi flash fiction, prison shorts, a heart-felt poetic valedictory ode to Shrewsbury and much more – the latest edition of 'Fire Engine' is out now.
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 different charities this year.
The 151st Bumping Races finally got underway today. (Yesterday’s cancellation means that for the second time in four years there will only be three races, not the usual four.)
There has been plenty of cricket news to celebrate during the last two weeks of term.
A selection of photos from this year's powerful Salopian Week Play, 'A Matter of Life and Death' by Emma Rice.
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 inflating our balloons of self-...
Plans are now underway for the next Shrewsbury School / Shewsy trip to Medic Malawi in July 2020.
On Thursday 27th June, 12 Fourth Form girls attended a 'Women in Engineering' day at Jaguar Land Rover (JLR).
An exciting and historic moment for the RSSBC – and possibly a first for any school – as our 1st VIII, 2nd VIII, Senior Girls’ Quad and Sabrina alumni VIII all compete at Henley Royal Regatta.
Dr Elliot (Head of Astronomy) and the rest of the Physics Department were delighted to take the Third Form to visit the Lovell Radio Telescope at the Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre this week.
Congratulations to Tom Jackson (R L6), who has been selected to represent Shropshire at the English Schools Track and Field Championships - an impressive achievement.
To mark National Boarding Week, we were delighted to welcome Robin Fletcher, CEO of The Boarding Schools’ Association on 20th June to plant a cherry tree in front of the Main School Building.
It all started on a very cold, dark and wet Thursday morning at 4.15 am… Thank you to George Stanford-Davies for his account of the Third Form Battlefields Tour.
This week, Fifth and Sixth Formers took part in a cornucopia of university-related events.
The final edition for this academic year of the weekly Futures and Higher Education Bulletin.
Congratulations to Charlotte Hollinshead (G 5), who has achieved her dream of qualifying to compete at the Horse of the Year Show.
Two teams represented Shrewsbury at the Senior Schools National Championships this year at the prestigious setting of the Black Bears Polo Club near Henley in Oxfordshire.
This year’s Summer Organ Recitals have blasted off with suitable fanfare, fizz and a fond farewell.
Despite competing in torrential rain, the Salopian athletes representing Shropshire at the Mason Trophy (the Regional Athletics Finals) in Birmingham last Saturday were on top form.
On Sunday 9th June, we welcomed 30 young people and staff from Shrewsbury House (‘The Shewsy’), our youth club in Everton, Liverpool.
For many people the long days of Summer provide the ideal opportunity for some well-earned reading time. We asked staff and pupils to share their Summer reading wish-lists...
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