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  • Classics trip to the baths

    25th Apr, 2017

    Packwood’s Year 8s set out on a chilly Tuesday morning to explore the two-thousand year old ruins of Wroxeter Roman City. ...more

  • Fun in the snow

    21st Apr, 2017

    After a couple of years break, the Easter holidays saw the much-anticipated return of the annual Packwood ski trip. A group of 16 children and two brave members of staff had a fantastic week of skiing and snowboarding in the Alpine resort of Claviere on the French/Italian border. Angus H and Will T have the story: ...more

  • History highlights

    24th Mar, 2017

    Offering, as it does, countless opportunities for varied, hands-on learning – through trips and visits, re-enactments, investigation and enquiry – History is hugely popular with Packwood pupils and their results continue to go from strength to strength. ...more

  • Acorns charity vote

    24th Mar, 2017

    Proving that you are never too young to have your say, the Acorns were introduced, on the very last day of the spring term, to the concept of democratic decision-making. ...more

  • Junior musicians on stage

    22nd Mar, 2017

    Following some Year 8 Music Scholarship successes earlier in the term, it was lovely to be able to end the term by handing the performance platform over to some younger musicians. Almost all children from Years 3-5 as well as some Year 6 pupils were involved in the Junior Concert this week, some as seasoned performers and others making their debut public performances. ...more

  • Great finale for lacrosse girls

    20th Mar, 2017

    There was a successful end to the lacrosse season for the senior girls yesterday at the Counties Lacrosse Tournaments in Manchester. Team coach, Mrs Draper reports: ...more

  • Seniors star in Smike

    20th Mar, 2017

    From the first moment we encounter the waif-like Smeeton/Smike to the triumphant rock and roll ensemble finale, this year’s senior play, Smike – based on Charles Dickens’ ‘Nicholas Nickleby’ - was a rollercoaster of poignant contrasts. ...more

  • Vive le français

    17th Mar, 2017

    There was a distinctly continental flavour to Lessons 1 and 2 this morning with the theatre ringing to the sounds of the French Elocution Competition finals. ...more

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