Two memorable occasions wrapped up Packwood’s musical year in fine style – the summer concert on the penultimate Friday of term, and the choristers’ outstanding performance at Hereford Cathedral. Following the success of last year’s al fresco concert, we were determined to continue what we hoped would become a tradition and to make use of ... Continue Reading
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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.
Packwood’s Under 11A cricket team capped off a successful season with an impressive performance in the English Schools Cricket Association Saracens Cup finals held at Oakham School on Friday, ultimately finishing fourth in the country. They started the day in superb style with a strong win over Birchwood Grove followed by a close victory over ... Continue Reading
Mrs Edwards writes, “The Year 5s visited sunny Derby today and were fortunate enough to visit two excellent places of worship. Even more special than that, we were taken on a tour of each building by a member of that faith. This really brought the faith alive and we all learnt lots of interesting new ... Continue Reading
Packwood Acorns turned back their clock to ancient times yesterday during a fantastic History Day which they spent focused on the Ancient Greeks. The children tried their hands at a variety of tasks and activities including designing an Olympic medal, creating a Greek theatre mask, and decorating a Greek pot in the traditional red and ... Continue Reading
On Sunday 19th June Packwood’s team of riders travelled to Beaver Hall in Staffordshire for a ‘Jumping with Style’ competition. Miss Bright, who accompanied the children, writes: “The riders have a lot to think about in these classes as they have to complete both show jumping and cross country sections and are also awarded points ... Continue Reading
Packwood Acorns made sure they were all on their very best behaviour last Thursday as they were paid a visit by PC Leon Whitmore from West Mercia police force. PC Whitmore came to talk the children in Acorns and Happy Faces Nursery about how to keep safe in and around cars. They learned about the ... Continue Reading