Packwood has a strong tradition of charitable giving and every year pupils are encouraged to consider ways in which they can support good causes. Earlier this term the children in years 3-5 and in Acorns voted for the charities they would like to help raise money for through various events and activities this year. Each ... Continue Reading
News from Packwood
Packwood Haugh is a vibrant school with exciting, challenging, inspiring and fun things happening every day. Whether it’s pushing boundaries in lessons, expanding creativity in art, music and drama, or doing your best on the sports field, life at Packwood is never dull.
This term the Packwood Acorns are learning all about castles and knights as part of their Turrets and Tiaras theme. In Week 6, the children enjoyed a special day devoted to the topic. Their morning began with some ambitious craft activities, which saw them design and make magnificent crowns and, even more impressively, catapults. They ... Continue Reading
Packwood pupils in Year 8 exchanged classrooms for the streets of Pompeii in Italy this month in search of ruins, volcanoes, pizza, gelati and more! Read the full story below.
Many pupils across the county and country returned to school this month to face exercise books and white boards. Pupils at Packwood Haugh School, the latest member of the Shrewsbury School’s family of schools, returned to face an inflatable nerf gun arena… Read the full story below.
We are delighted to announce the agreement of a merger with Shrewsbury School, which will see Packwood Haugh join the Shrewsbury School family of schools from September 2019 Packwood Governors are committed to the continuing development of this highly regarded and much-loved school. Our vision is for Packwood to become the outstanding prep school in ... Continue Reading
A tour party of 24 Packwood pupils and 3 staff enjoyed an excellent week’s skiing at the start of the Easter of Holidays. We were based in Sestriere in the Italian Alps, a mountain resort at 2,000m above sea level. Even at the end of a poor season in terms of snow, there was plenty ... Continue Reading