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Princethorpe College, Rugby is an independent school for boys and girls aged from 11 to 18.
Open Evening in June, Open Afternoon in October and Open Morning in January. Taster days for Y5 and Y6 pupils available, check website for details
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Princethorpe College is a Catholic, co-educational, HMC independent day school and welcomes members of all faiths. The College is renowned for the way in which it looks after its pupils and is characterised by its strong Christian ethos, which underpins everything we do.
The school has a unique history, beautiful surroundings and unequalled character. The atmosphere is warm, open and friendly, but... Read More
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Lovely school where the children are really looked after
agp >> Wed Jan 16, 2013 12:13 PM
Last updated on: Wed Jan 16, 2013 12:13 PM
My daughter has only been here a short time but has been really looked after. She has had some problems settling but the teachers have been really supportive. She is already working better and is happier in herself. That is saying a lot for a child who has never really liked school since she about 8.
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The data is presented by local area in order to aid the understanding of risk – it’s not just about killed or seriously injured, but about any incident reported to the police. Although road safety issues may arise due to a myriad of different reasons including proximity to busy roads and local speed limits, schools play a pivotal role in mitigating these risks by investing time in road safety education programmes.