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.

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Hindu temple visit for Acorns

The Acorns have had an Indian-themed start to the autumn term and to tie in with their study of Indian religion and deities they recently visited a Hindu temple. Head of Packwood Acorns, Mrs Rigby reports: ‘We received a very warm welcome from Mrs Sharma who showed us around the temple and told the children ... Continue Reading

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Sixes sing out

Since the same Six had won the Sixes Music Competition for the last four consecutive years, the 2016 competition was the source of much speculation among both children and staff. This year’s theme was ‘World War 1’ and all the children had spent several Music lessons learning a medley of some of the shorter WW1 ... Continue Reading

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In the running

It has been a busy and successful season so far for Packwood’s cross country runners. At the end of September the Under 13 boys took part in the Shropshire Young Athletes cross country race at Lilleshall finishing third and, in the process, getting themselves into great shape for the first round of the English Schools ... Continue Reading

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Félicitations!

Packwood pupils have enjoyed taking part in an international French vocabulary competition which ran from last Wednesday to Tuesday this week. The competition was run on-line by Vocab Express and the children had six days to get as many points as possible for themselves and for the school. Head of Modern Foreign Languages, Mr Nogues, ... Continue Reading

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Exploring Bosworth Field

Yesterday, Packwood’s Year 6s visited the site of one of the most famous battles in British history. In 1485, the Wars of the Roses ended at the Battle of Bosworth with the death of Richard III and the succession of Henry Tudor who took the throne as Henry VII. The visit began with an artefacts ... Continue Reading

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Arts in focus

Every year, Malvern College hosts an Arts’ Day for prep school children who are particularly interested in Music, Art or CDT. We have taken Packwood children to this event for several years and it is always a worthwhile and very enjoyable day. Around 130 children from prep schools throughout the West Midlands and South West ... Continue Reading

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