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We need your support

At Princethorpe, our aim is simple; to treat every pupil as an individual, supporting them as they grow into mature, confident, resilient and well-rounded young people with a strong set of moral values to guide them through adult life.

The Princethorpe Foundation
Our Development Office works to enable the provision of more bursaries to deserving pupils, to update our facilities and buildings, and to meet our strategic development plans.

We believe that every child with the potential and passion to benefit from a Princethorpe education should be given the opportunity to learn, grow and develop here.

With your support, we can help more children to benefit from this unique education.

  • Our Stories


    Old Princethorpian (2018)

    I come from a single-parent, low income background and Princethorpe was the most critical part of my early childhood development and certainly education. I made friends I still depend on today. I continue to reap the rewards of the extra-curricular opportunities in Design and Technology in which I participated. 

  • It is fantastic to see Princethorpe enabling education for all; I am delighted to play a part in these exciting developments.

    Richard Sibbick
    Old Princethorpian 1994
  • Supporting the Bursary Fund helps to transform lives and we are delighted to continue to offer our support.

    Fr Joe McGee
  • After losing my father at a young age the support which Princethorpe offered me both financially and educationally was what I needed to develop as a person and achieve educational success.

    Clark McCallum
    Old Princethorpian (2013)
  • As a past parent, I am delighted to help deserving pupils by donating to the Princethorpe Bursary Fund.

    Commodore Bernard Warner
    Former Parent and Trustee

Meet the Team


    Loretta Curtis


    Loretta joined the College initially as Admissions Secretary in November 1997 later becoming Registrar. Her son, Michael, arrived at Princethorpe in September 1995 so had a head start when it came to finding the way around the building. With a background as secretary at a school in Rugby, events management and experience in the retail environment Loretta brought a wealth of experience to her role. The position of Registrar begins with the initial contact enquiry from a parent through to entrance examinations and commencement of the child at school. In 2015 Loretta decided to step down from the role of Registrar and was offered a part-time position as Development Assistant in the newly created Development Office. This has enabled Loretta, with her colleagues in the office, to raise funds for bursary awards and the new science centre. Outside of Princethorpe Loretta and her husband, Paul, have two grown up sons and two grandchildren. She enjoys family get-togethers, reading, gardening and travel.