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While 30 Salopians are put through their paces during Oxbridge interviews this week, a group of Lower Sixth Formers travelled to Cambridge University for a series of undergraduate masterclasses to find out what s...
Shrewsbury's ten delegates were all in fine and persuasive form at PAMUN 18, one of the largest and most prestigous Model United Nations conferences in Europe. Thanks to Rhys Woodward (SH 5) and Tom Jac...
The final edition for this term looks at the traditions and ceremonies associated with Christmas around the world.
We were honoured to welcome Dr Edward Cavanagh, Fellow in History at Downing College, Cambridge, to deliver the final Bastille Society lecture of the term on Friday 30th November.
Shrewsbury School’s first Account Book, dating from 1577...
The pastoral care and personal welfare of each pupil is at the heart of everything we do at Shrewsbury. In this video, our pupils explain what makes the school community such a happy “home from home”.
John Maynard Keynes visited the Taylor Library in July 1920.
Anyone following Shrewsbury School Art on Twitter or Instagram will have seen a glorious array of creations from the Department this term. We’ve gathered together a few recent highlights here..
Another gem from our vast archive: Napoleon Bonaparte’s brother borrowed a book from the Ancient Library in 1812...!
Mr Kirk and Mr Smiter took 25 Lower Sixth Physics pupils to an entertaining and informative 'Physics in Action' event at the University of Warwick on Tuesday 13th November.
Salopian MUN delegates enjoyed a very successful conference at Malvern St James last weekend, with the Equatorial Guinea delegation picking up the top prize against stiff opposition, in addition to many individua...
In this week's edition of the micro-magazine for the intellectually curious, Deputy Head (Academic) Maurice Walters explores how our fascination with light and dark has dominated cultural development.
The aim of the Headmaster’s Commendations is to recognise and reward outstanding academic achievement and intellectual curiosity. Congratulations to the following pupils who have been awarded Commendations this term.
Recently rediscovered in the vast Shrewsbury School Archive, an account in the Forum Society's Minutes Book of a talk on the Spanish Civil War given by the poet WH Auden on 30th October 1938...
This week's edition looks at the way cuture has chosen to remember the pain of warfare.
Four Salopians travelled to Manchester to compete in the regional round of the esteemed Cambridge Union Schools' Debating Competition.
This Hallowe'en-themed edition looks at our obsession with scaring each other - and ourselves.
Dr John Taylor - a 'legend' in the world of Classics - made a very welcome and eagerly anticipated return visit to Shrewsbury on 30th October to deliver the first of this term's Classical Society lectures.
Over half term, a crack team of MUNers, led by Ambassador Grace O’Mara, attended the prestigious Royal Russell School International Model United Nations conference. Report by Chad Usher.
Thanks to Fifth Formers Edward Bayliss, Elizabeth Edwards and Bertie Shepherd-Cross for their thoughtful accounts of their visits to some of the key sites in Berlin's turbulent 20th century history.
The first Sixth Form Geography trip of the academic year traced much of a trip undertaken by Charles Darwin in 1831, just before he set off for the Galapagos.
As a joint venture with Shrewsbury Bookfest and part of their series of events to commemorate the centenary of WW1, the Bastille Society welcomed Philip Stevens to tell the stories of some of the remarkable ...
A House Singing-inspired edition this week.
This week's edition looks at the impact of the calendar and dating systems on world culture.
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