Many congratulations to Oliver Bureau, Tom Allen, Alex Sparkes and Tim Antelo, who have successfully defended their title as Schools' Challenge South Midlands Regional Champions.
"To say that this lecture opened my eyes would be an understatement." Ebrahim Jamshid (SH LVI) reports on a powerful and thought-provoking talk given last week by Dr Trevor Trueman from Amnesty International.
Dave Clifford, the Film Fellow, has made a short film of the Fourth Form Geography Field Trip to Carding Mill Valley, which is ten miles south of Shrewsbury. It is introduced by Oliver Russell, Head of Geography.
In an occasional feature for the website and eNewsletter, the School Archivist selects one of the treasures of Shrewsbury Ancient (Taylor) Library. The Library was founded in 1606 and includes a collection of manuscri...
This week's edition of our micro-magazine for the intellectually curious has a heavenly theme.
More than 20 Classicists – some with a mere seven weeks’ experience of Latin or Greek – descended on the Haining Family Theatre in Hodgson Hall last Friday evening (3rd November) for the sixth annual Classical R...
Following last week's 'Failure Week', this is a failure-filled edition.
Emma Gardner (M UVI) has written a wonderful account of the Spanish trip to Rosario in Argentina, which took place over half-term.
Professor Kevin Ruane, a specialist in 20th century international history, returned to Shrewsbury School on 3rd November to deliver a refreshing perspective on the much-contested issue of ‘JFK and the Vietnam War...
The publication of exam results often leaves a few unexpected disappointments and it is always heartening to see re-marks bringing justice in individual cases.
For the 25th year in a row, Mr Peach led a group of Salopians to take part in the Royal Russell School Model United Nations Conference during the first four days of half-term.
A lovely account by Head Librarian Jo Elliot of a very enjoyable and satisying first week inside the newly refurbished Moser Library.
Shrewsbury School MUN-ers enjoyed a good weekend of international debate representing Iraq and North Korea at the Cheadle Hulme Model United Nations Conference (MUNCH) in Manchester.
Mr Exham has put together a fabulous four-minute film of the Upper Sixth Biology Field Studies Trip to Dale Fort, Pembrokeshire.
Appropriately enough in the week of the House Singing Competition, this edition of SparkPoint has a musical theme.
This week's edition is devoted to a study of the family.
As Ebrahim Jamshid (SH LVI) acknowledges in his report, the fascinating lecture delivered by Mr Humphreys on Thursday 28th September as part of this term’s Academic Extension Series on ‘Watersheds’ was well-na...
After months of excited anticipation following the temporary closing of the Moser Library doors at the end of last term for major refurbishment, crowds gathered last Saturday (Old Salopian Day) as the doors were...
On Friday 15th September, we welcomed Dr Francesco Gonnella from the University of Birmingham to give the inaugural Darwin Society enrichment lecture for 2017/18. – Report by Cameron Anwyl (S UVI), Oliver Bureau ...
This term's series of Academic Extension Lectures is on the theme of 'Watersheds'. It began on Friday 15th September with a talk by our own Head of Art History, Fergus Reid. - Report by David Schofield (O UVI).
Following Dr Carl Watkins’ popular lecture last year, the Bastille Society were delighted to welcome him back on 15th September to share his expertise on the topic 'Conquest and Colonisation in Medieval Britain...
This week's edition includes articles on Verdi's Requiem, 'A Grief Observed', England's Rose, 'Not Quite Dead Yet' and the Cassini probe.
During the summer holidays, 23 Salopians and four members of staff travelled in the footsteps of Shrewsbury's most famous alumnus, Charles Darwin, to work alongside scientists and conservationists in one of the mos...
This week's edition of the micro magazine for the intellectually curious focuses on the theme of attraction. It includes a fascinating article on 'The Science of Cuteness', written by Sixth Former Ebrahim Jamshid.
Following the GCSE exams, 37 pupils have been awarded Honorary Scholarships, Exhibitions and Examination Prizes for achieving outstanding scores.
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