The Old Packwoodian Association has been developed as a means of keeping all members of the wider Packwood community up to date with news of former Packwoodians and past members of staff as well as planned developments within the school. Run largely by OPs, the Chairman is Richard Jebb, former Packwoodian (1974) and son of an OP, and the Secretary is Fiona Bridge (née Johnson), the first girl at Packwood and daughter of Brian Johnson who taught at Packwood for many years. Other members of the committee include Peter Draper (1970) and James Clarke (1979) and those hugely popular, and well-remembered members of staff: Howard Bourne, Simon Boyes and Barbara Gallimore.
We are always keen to welcome OPs on to the committee and delighted to have news and photos. Please email us with any news or visit the Old Packwoodian Facebook page.
Old Packwoodian Five Year Reunion
We look forward to welcoming back our 2012 leavers for a special reunion lunch on Sunday 10th September.
Please contact the school office on 01939 260217 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know if you are able to come along.
Please click here to see what just some Old Packwoodians have gone on to do.
First World War archive
The Great War claimed the lives of 23 former Packwood pupils and they are commemorated by 23 oak trees in the school’s Centenary Copse, planted in 2014 to mark the centenary of the outbreak of the War.
If you are able to provide any additional information or photographs, we would be very pleased to hear from you.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
We have all become very aware of the need to protect personal data, whether our own or that of others. In the UK the main rules around data protection come from the Data Protection Act (DPA) which came into force in 1998. However, on 25 May 2018 the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will replace the existing law on data protection.
The GDPR provides individuals with more rights and protection on how their personal data is used by an organisation and charities such as Packwood Haugh School (which includes the Old Packwoodian Association) will have to follow these legal requirements when processing individual’s personal data.
What does this mean for you?
One of the requirements of GDPR is that we are transparent and provide accessible information to individuals about how the School and the Old Packwoodian Association (OPA) will use their personal data. The most common way to provide this information is in a Privacy Notice.
A copy of the OPA Privacy Notice is available here.
We are also taking this opportunity to ensure that all personal data we hold about you is as up to date and accurate as possible. Please click here to complete and submit the personal data check form.
Individuals are asked to notify the OPA Secretary of any significant changes that occur to important personal data held about them.