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The Tower Returns As A Souvenir Review

This year The Tower returned as a souvenir year review.

Many of you will remember that The Tower used to be the College’s magazine which provided termly updates on life at school, before the advent of our fortnightly e-newsletter The Flagpole.  A mainstay of the archives, much enjoyed by pupils and parents, past and present, the College decided to dust off its much loved magazine and give it a new lease of life, this time as an annual souvenir review.

Charting the College’s year in words and pictures The Tower Review was relaunched in March 2019 as an annual review to celebrate the pupils and ethos that together make Princethorpe such a very special place. 

2017-2018 had a lot to live up to following on from the glorious celebrations of the Golden Jubilee year.  It had its own challenges, with some of the heaviest snowfall in a long while but there were many wonderful and memorable moments and plenty of achievements and rewards to record.

The Tower Review was distributed to all current pupils and sent to the class of 2018.  An electronic pdf is available below.

If you would like to receive a hard copy of the publication please email with your name and address.

The Tower Review 2017-2018

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