Shrewsbury School hosted its Summer Concert on Friday, June 25th to a live audience.
This year 239 Third and Fourth form pupils took part in Outdoor Week, where they trekked across the Shropshire hills, tackled assault courses and took part in some serious fun competition days.
As well as being a fun week of expeditions and activities, Outdoor Week is also a chance for our pupils to engage in some work for the community.
Lower Sixth Formers were this week given the opportunity to enjoy a range of talks from outside speakers in order to inform, prepare and inspire our pupils.
It’s been a week full of serious fun for our Third and Fourth formers as they enjoyed all the activities that this year’s Outdoor Week had to offer.
Members of the Creative Writing Society have published the latest edition of Fire Engine, a wonderful anthology of poems entitled ‘Submerge’.
It has been both heart-warming and exciting to see competitive sports fixtures played again at Shrewsbury with three days of cricket in the balmy April weather to whet our appetite!
Shrewsbury School launched the Global Schools’ Running Race as a way to bring young athletes together from across the world to help improve their physical and mental wellbeing.
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Mr Tom Folker as our very first Head of Adventure at Shrewsbury School.
An opportunity to watch our latest Salop's Got Musical Talent concert plus a Visting Music Teachers Showcase.
There’s not long left to take part in the Global Schools' Running Race and be a part of a race competing against runners from over 17 other countries, which has now received the backing of Lord Coe.
Earlier this term the Art Department welcomed Ben Street (virtually), who gave a fascinating and timely talk on Kara Walker’s striking work Fons Americanus, currently on display in Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall.
On the 7th of February, Shrewsbury hosted its first ever virtual MUN conference: ShrewsMUN V.
An update from Peter Middleton, Deputy Head Co-Curricular.
Salopians past and present can take a trip down memory lane with three former students, of which two have gone on to have successful county cricketing careers.
Two Salopian stars have been selected for the Central Sparks Academy, home to the best young cricket players in the West Midlands.
At the end of the Michaelmas Term Kate W (M, 5th) took her ISTD grade 6 tap exam virtually from the dance studio in the Barnes Theatre.
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