Bishop & Charles Lillis-former parent & current High Sheriff of Shropshire

Bishop leads 125 service

Packwood’s 125th anniversary year began with a Service of Thanksgiving and Celebration at the parish church of St John the Baptist, Ruyton XI Towns on Sunday. There was a splendid turn out of pupils and parents, Old Packwoodians and former members of staff. We were very pleased to welcome the High Sheriff of Shropshire, a ... Continue Reading

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Forest School fun

Packwood Acorns held a Forest School open morning on the first Saturday of the autumn term, which proved to be a great opportunity for the new children to get to know each other while having lots of fun in the great outdoors. Taking the school’s 125th birthday as their theme, the Acorns celebrated with some ... Continue Reading

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Video shoot

Work on Packwood’s new school video began in the summer term with two busy days of filming, including the process of capturing drone footage, which caused great excitement and awed admiration among the children. Updating the video gives us a chance to show Packwood at its very best and to give viewers a taste of ... Continue Reading

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Memories of summer 2017

Packwood’s summer term drew to a close in typically busy fashion with the traditional end of year festivities taken place during the last week. On Monday, Year 7s enjoyed preparing and performing a Play in a Day under the professional direction of a visitor from Konflux theatre company, and the Under 12 cricket team won ... Continue Reading

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County cricket champs

Packwood’s cricketers capped off a busy and successful term in style earlier this week when the school hosted – and contested – the Under 12 David English Bunbury Cup final, the annual competition run by Shropshire Cricket Board to find the best in the county. The Packwood team was up against Ludlow School in what ... Continue Reading

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Louis & Seb

Choir trip to Worcester

Throughout the year, the 32 Packwood choristers give up a significant amount of their free time for the choir – rehearsals during break times, Sunday morning church services and extra singing commitments which just this term have included singing at the wedding of an Old Packwoodian and entertaining Mr Jones’ mother and her fellow residents ... Continue Reading

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