We are an 'Outstanding' Church of England Primary School

(SIAMS Inspection November 2014)

Our Summer Term 2015

Photo Gallery

Have a look at our fabulous new outdoor activities. Thank you to all the fantastic parents and helpers who gave up their weekend to help improve our school.

A warm family atmosphere, mutual respect and Christian values have combined to create at Packington, a very special place in which young people can learn and grow.  As a school we are solely concerned with the educational development and welfare of our pupils: learning to succeed and achieve our full potential together.  Our one clear aim is for every child to want to come to school and we pride ourselves on nurturing and developing the whole child so that every member of the school family feels contented, valued, respected and fulfilled.

 Our school is set in an idyllic environment adjacent to the village church and is a delightful place for children to begin their learning journey.  We are very much part of a local community that has a vested interest in the educational welfare of its pupils.  We have close links with Holy Rood Church and have regular visits from church representatives. 

Please see our 'Prospectus' link for further information on our school.

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Mill Street, Packington, Ashby de la Zouch, Leicestershire,

LE65 1WL

Headteacher: Mrs C Price


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Head Boy and Head Girl 

Spring Term 2015


House Points

Here are the latest scores

Week ending: 17th April 2015

Babelake 0
Normanton 0
Bridge 0
Mill 0

Read more about our Packington houses 

Results put us in the top 1% of all Primary Schools in England and Wales for the third year running.