Apply for Jack Egan Awards

Applications for Jack Egan Memorial Scholarships and Bursaries to The King’s School, Tudor House are now invited for entry to the School in 2021. Country boy Jack ‘Jacko’ Egan was a boarder and the Dux of Tudor House in 1954.  Jack went on to become the Captain of The King’s School in 1959. Jacko loved […]

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The important decision when making a tree change

Taking the plunge and relocating from the hustle and bustle of the city to a more serene routine is becoming more popular with not only retirees but families looking for a better quality of life. Making a tree change and saying goodbye to your home is a big decision for any family but this choice […]

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When everything old is new again

The days of riding bikes into the late afternoon and not returning home until dinner was ready, is a fond past time many of us can reminisce on. Today, our primary age children live in different times, where strict schedules filled with co-curricular activities offer less time for children to be children. In today’s world, […]

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6 vital skills for school readiness

Starting school for the first time is a big event in your child’s life as well as your own. When it’s time for your son or daughter to start school, it can be an unnerving experience. However, with more than 30 years primary education experience and countless tried and tested learning activities Anni Sandwell, Head […]

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First Lego League Tournament

The King’s School, Tudor House made its first appearance in the regional First Lego League tournament (FLL). The FLL is a school competition where teams of 10 come together to build, program and compete with Lego robots, while learning to develop solutions for modern problems centred around science and engineering. With the feel of a […]

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On Saturday, 26 October, The King’s School, Tudor House community hosted Tudorfest, welcoming visitors from the Southern Highlands and far beyond. Staged on the picturesque School grounds, Tudorfest was a marvellous day of family fun. With something for everyone, Tudorfest featured a range of favourite attractions such as an animal nursery, artisan market, bakery, festival […]

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Public Speaking

Students at The King’s School, Tudor House recently competed in the much anticipated 2019 Public Speaking Competition finals. Students from Kindergarten to Year 6 all participated in this annual competition with finalists taking to the stage on Thursday, 26 September, overcoming their fears and mastering their public speaking abilities. At each stage of the morning’s […]

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School Readiness

Is Your Child School Ready? Starting school for the first time is a big event in your child’s life as well as your own. When it’s time to start thinking about sending your son or daughter to school for the first time, it can be an unnerving experience. However, with more than 30 years of […]

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The National Redress Scheme

The National Redress Scheme provides acknowledgement and support to people who experienced institutional child sexual abuse. It was created in response to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, which estimated that 60,000 people experienced institutional child sexual abuse in Australia. The Scheme started on 1 July 2018 and will run for […]

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Tudor House virtual tours provide a wonderful opportunity to explore our engaging learning facilities and outdoor education programmes.

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