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
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.
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
The sixty-six acres of beautiful Shropshire countryside around Packwood School burst into life this week. The weather brought out the blooms of daffodils and crocuses, but Packwood’s Charity Week brought out a swathe of colourful fancy dress costumes. From fencers in colourful masks to the award winning cricket team in moustaches, Monday’s ‘Fun Run’ was ... 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
Please click here to view the ‘Pack News’ newsletter for January 2019.
Traditional ‘manners’ remain at the heart of everything we do at Packwood, to read more about how we encourage our pupils to practice good manners, please click below to read the article featured in Thursday’s issue of the Shropshire Star. To get a taste of Packwood and their ‘top manners’ yourself, pupils welcome visitors to ... Continue Reading