The Princethorpe Foundation welcomes children of all faiths and backgrounds and provides co-educational, independent day schooling with a strong Christian ethos.
We support and nurture some 1,300 children from age two to eighteen years, through Little Crackers Nursery, Crackley Hall School, Crescent School and Princethorpe College.
Princethorpe College and Crackley Hall School, are the only Catholic independent senior and junior school in the county. The Crescent School in Bilton, Rugby, joined the Foundation in September 2016.
Our schools are characterised by their strong Christian ethos and pride themselves on providing a caring, stimulating environment in which children’s individual needs can be met and their talents, confidence and self-esteem developed. We aim to encourage a lifelong love of learning and an understanding of moral values, and to put young people on the road to happy and fulfilled lives.
COVID-19 Update – The Princethorpe Foundation Closed But Home Learning And Business Continues – Monday 23 March 2020
The Princethorpe Foundation is now closed for all but the children of parents’ whose work is critical to the COVID-19 response and who absolutely need to attend.
Our Home Learning Programme kicked off today and pupils will be following their normal timetable as far as possible. We look forward to hearing how this goes and seeing examples of the no doubt fantastic work our pupils will continue to produce.
Our staff will be continuing to work remotely over the coming weeks, so we will still be able to respond to questions, calls and emails, should you need us.
Lots of key information can be found on our website here and we will continue to keep in touch via our e-newsletters - the Flagpole and Old Princethorpian and our social media - Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
We will of course share other important information with you via email as required.
Thank you to all the parents who have sent in messages of support, thanks and appreciation over the last few days, they have been very gratefully received by our wonderful staff.
We wish all the pupils, parents, staff and wider Princethorpe community the very best over the coming weeks, please look after yourself and your families and make sure to strictly follow the government’s guidelines for social distancing and self-isolation if you do have symptoms.
We look forward to seeing you all again in more certain times.
With all best wishes.
The Princethorpe Foundation