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The Princethorpe Connect Community Just Keeps On Growing

The Princethorpe Connect community reaches 600 members.

In September, Princethorpe Connect, the Foundation's alumni community reached another milestone when it hit the 600 members marker. The community's 600th member was no other than Fr Teddy O’Brien MSC and we were delighted to present him with a bottle of brandy which he was very pleased to receive! 

Aimed at past pupils, past parents and former staff, Princethorpe Connect allows the Foundation's alumni to find and network with old friends and former colleagues from across the Foundation schools and to keep up with all the news and events.

The College is keen to re-engage with all former pupils, parents and staff so please do encourage those you know to register and you never know they might be the lucky winners in our next membership prize draw.

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