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Head of Campus welcome

When the founder, Wilfred Inman, moved the School he established in 1897 from Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs to Hamilton House (later to be named Tudor House), Moss Vale, in 1902, he intended to provide the students with experiences not available in the city, “to open students’ minds to the amazing opportunities in life".

Tudor House continues to provide a Primary education in a community rich in extraordinary experiences, designed to develop academic excellence, character and leadership, whilst enabling students to make an outstanding impact for the good of society. As an International Baccalaureate World School, we use the IB Primary Years Programme (PYP) to guide us.

Our flexible approach to residential education provides busy parents with an extension of their own home, and for their children, an environment where learning never stops.

The dedicated Tudor House staff are committed to their own professional learning and in turn, equip students to adapt and thrive in a rapidly changing global world.

We believe firmly in the importance of families belonging to a community. We organise events over the course of the year to which School families, along with extended family and friends, are invited. These include Billy Cart Derby Day, Kite Flying and Bonfire Night, Dinners, Talent Shows, Plays and Chapel Services.

I am delighted to be part of a learning community that exemplifies best practices in Primary Education and I invite your family to join us to experience education for your children like no other. Please arrange a visit so that you can meet us and see how our unique Primary School experience will benefit your child in their most important formative years of learning.

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