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The UK government has set ambitious plans to achieve Net Zero. In parallel, the Princethorpe Foundation is taking its own steps on the journey to sustainability.

Our ambition is to become carbon neutral, whilst making sure that our environment is safe, fit for-purpose and healthy. Our aim is to remove as much carbon dioxide from the atmosphere as we emit. Firstly, by reducing our emissions as much as possible and secondly, by offsetting what we do emit.

We are fortunate to have three beautiful sites, Princethorpe College, Crackley Hall School and Crescent School, which pupils and staff benefit from throughout the year.

We feel optimistic about joining the fight to build a better future for us all and for the planet, and we are determined to engage and play an active part in the sustainability solution. 

We have a central role in educating all our stakeholders about the importance of environmental sustainability. We want our school communities to clearly understand the current global issues and embrace the solutions.

By mobilising our pupils with the requisite knowledge, skills and the desire to effect positive change, we know that the next generation will become the creative problem-solvers of the future.


Carbon Footprint

As part of our journey towards net zero, we have measured the Foundation’s carbon footprint and will continue to refine these metrics to measure our progress.


We are working hard to embed environmental sustainability into our thinking and actions in nine key areas.

We have an ambitious strategy and supporting plans and you can read more about our aims and objectives in our Environmental Sustainability Plan below.