Following strong performances against tough opposition in their first fixture, hopes are high among the runners of the Royal Shrewsbury School Hunt for a great season ahead...
Congratulations to Oscar Hamilton-Russell (R L6), whose combined skills in horsemanship, running, swimming and shooting have earned him the top Tetrathlon Intermediates ranking in the country.
Nearing the end of an exiting first week at Shrewsbury, our new Third Formers were greeted with glorious sunshine as they gathered on Central for the annual Third Form Race. This event is one of the new pupils’ firs...
At the end of the first week of Foundation Fortnight, the Third Form had their first experience of representing their House in sport and running a ‘Benjy’ – an historic 1.5-mile cross-country race around the Sch...
Current pupils and recent leavers have been hitting the cricketing headlines during the summer – as have a number of Shrewsbury School cricket coaches.
Shrewsbury has been shortlisted by Independent School Parent Magazine for the Co-Educational Independent School of the Year Award 2019.
Congratulations to the team of eight members of the Royal Shrewsbury School Rifle Club, who spent six days of the summer holidays competing with great success at the prestigious Ashburton Shield Competition ...
This year's Henley Royal Regatta will go down in the annals of the Royal Shrewsbury School Boat Club for an exciting series of historic and signficant firsts.
Congratulations to the Boys’ 1st XI, who defeated Eton and touring sides from Australia and South Africa to regain the highly coveted Silk Trophy.
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 bee...
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.
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.
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.
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.
Congratulations to Tom Jackson (R L6), who has been selected to represent Shropshire at the English Schools Track and Field Championships - an impressive achievement.
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.
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.
A large crowd gathered on Top Common after Chapel on Sunday 9th June to cheer on the runners in the finals of the Inter-House Sidney-Darwin Dash and Quarter-Mile Challenge.
Despite persistent rain, our Athletics Squad were in tremendous form at the County Schools Championships in Telford on Saturday 8th June.
Following on from films showcasing the academic and pastoral life of the School, we are excited to launch the third in our series focusing on the co-curricular life of Shrewsbury.
A new chapter in the annals of the Royal Shrewsbury School Boat Club, as the girls now join the boys in reaching the podium at the highest national level.
Two exciting firsts for Shrewsbury School cricketers this week: Issy Wong became the first girl to play for the Boys’ 1st XI; and Harry Cooke took two (yes, two) hat-tricks for Shropshire CCC U15s.
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