Andy Whittall, Director of the Tonbridge Society
"As well as bringing people together, the Tonbridge Society encourages the culture of giving which began with the school's founder, Sir Andrew Judde.
"We sincerely appreciate all donations, which we invest in bursaries to widen opportunities and projects to widen the curriculum and enhance facilities."
James Priory, Headmaster
“As someone who benefitted from an assisted place, I am passionate about widening opportunities so that bright and talented boys from all backgrounds can come to Tonbridge.
“I sincerely thank everyone whose generosity makes it possible for us to offer transformative opportunities.”
Yvette Young, Development Manager
“The valuable support of our regular givers is enormously appreciated.
"If 15% of parents and OTs gave £15.53 a month for 5 years, we could raise £1 million to widen opportunities at Tonbridge.”
Tara Biddle, Judde Society (Legacy) Manager
“Legacies have played a pivotal role in securing a future for Tonbridge School, beginning with its first legator and founder, Sir Andrew Judde.
"A gift in your Will is one of the most effective ways to make an enduring contribution to the school and pledges of any size will be greatly appreciated.”
Foundation Awards create opportunities for boys of talent and ambition who cannot afford the fees. These boys raise academic standards, enrich the school and contribute to a greater mix of cultures and backgrounds which is healthy preparation for life beyond school.
A great education can transform a boy’s life and we hope that in return, it will enable him to transform the lives of others.
Join the Judde Society, a society formed to recognise the generosity of legators, by pledging a gift in your Will. Pledges of any size will be greatly appreciated and will support future Tonbridgians for generations to come.
A new inspirational space which offers a variety of flexible and adaptable teaching and learning environments.
A world-class centre for science-based learning that embraces the teaching methods of today.
A contemporary space for considering the 'big' questions of meaning and value by philosophers and theologians.
This new garden, located near the Chapel, honours OTs who fought and died for their country in the Great War.
A space for enquiry and reflection designed to bring contemporary art to the heart of the School.
£500,000 was raised to complete construction of a second rackets court.
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