On Sunday 9th June, we welcomed 30 young people and staff from Shrewsbury House (‘The Shewsy’), our youth club in Everton, Liverpool.
School Firsts are one of the highest honours at Shrewsbury, rewarding pupils who have demonstrated exceptional contributions to School life. They are awarded each term by a committee of Upper Sixth Formers.
We look forward to three joint events next month with our friends at the Shewsy, our youth club in Liverpool, and share in their pride at having two former Club members celebrated in the news this week.
Fourth Form CCF cadets Issie Urquhart and Eve Llewellyn and Sixth Formers James Weir and Chad Usher have all achieved notable success in recent weeks. Congratulations to them all.
Ten Salopians enjoyed a splendid occasion at Buckingham Palace on Monday when they were presented with their Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Awards.
Congratulations to Churchill's Hall for retaining the Junior House Debating trophy, awarded on Thursday 25th April.
On Thursday afternoon, a group of Salopians received an excellent insight into the radio industry from a new company called Radio Active.
On Wednesday 20th March, another lucky six CCF (RAF) cadets travelled to RAF Cosford for some flying training with RAF pilot instructors.
The final bulletin of the Lent Term.
….Pupil leadership at its best.
On Wednesday 27th February, eight of the CCF Royal Air Force Section cadets had the opportunity to fly with pilot instructors at RAF Cosford.
Over February half-term, an intrepid group of Duke of Edinburgh's Gold Award participants travelled to the French Pyrenees, where they successfully completed Shrewsbury School's first ever Snowshoe Expedition.
Weekly sports and activity clubs designed and run by Shrewsbury School pupils in local primary schools have attracted support from local businesses.
Shrewsbury Model United Nations delegates enjoyed an excellent weekend debating key global issues with fellow teams from schools across the country at the MUNHigh Conference.
This week's edition of the pupil podcast includes an interview with two pupils who volunteer each week at the Barnabas Centre, which runs the Shrewsbury Food Bank, plus a round-up of recent news and eve...
Congratulations to School House, who triumphed in this year's Senior House Debating competition.
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 Shrewsbury School Concert Party have been out and about spreading festive cheer and performing Christmas music in residential homes in and around Shrewsbury.
The SSPA and Barnabas Community Projects Foodbank Plus teamed up with the Global Social Leaders (GSL) group, local businesses and retailers to put on a hugely successful Christmas Fair in Quod last Sunday.
A group of 12 Lower Sixth pupils spent three days last week based at Shrewsbury House (the Shewsy), taking part in a Social Studies course on Law and Politics. Laura Elliott (G) and Alex Powell (I) report.
On Thursday, the Global Social Leaders group lent their hands in helping the Barnabas Centre prepare for this Sunday’s Christmas Fair, which the School is glad to host.
This week's edition of the pupil podcast includes an interview with Mrs Latcham about the Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award, plus a round-up of recent news and events to look forward to next week.
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