Four bright young minds from Packwood were shortlisted for this year’s Shropshire Young Thinker award. We were delighted when Vivian was deservedly crowned winner for her superb emblem, which uses bold imagery to connect Shrewsbury with its Darwinian heritage. This is the third year running that Packwood has had finalists in this now-annual competition, run ... Continue Reading
Four bright young minds from Packwood have been shortlisted for this year’s Shropshire Young Thinker award. This is the third year running that Packwood has had finalists in this now-annual competition, run by Morris and co with University Centre Shrewsbury. This year’s challenge was to create a striking emblem to highlight the link between Shrewsbury ... Continue Reading
Packwood pupils represented the school this week in a county-wide competition designed to stretch and inspire young minds. As part of Shrewsbury’s Darwin Festival, children across Shropshire were invited to write a letter to Charles Darwin himself, inviting him on a journey with them. At the finals, held at Shrewsbury’s University Centre, the girls were ... Continue Reading
We are delighted that Packwood Haugh has been named one of the UK’s top cricketing schools by The Cricketer Magazine and features in Thursday’s issue of The Shropshire Star! Well done to all the Packwood cricketers, and to see the article please click the photo below.
Packwood’s Music Department is celebrating again after receiving the news that talented young musician, Joseph B, has won a place at the Junior Academy of the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester. Joseph performed well throughout a rigorous and highly competitive audition process to become the third Packwood pupil in recent times to gain ... Continue Reading
Instrumental and singing lessons are popular at Packwood and we have many enthusiastic and talented musicians of all ages. However, it is not often that children of prep school age reach the heights of Grade 7, let alone before their 11th birthday. Everyone was highly impressed in assembly on Monday when Year 6 pupil, Daniel ... Continue Reading