The King’s School, Tudor House celebrates 125 Years

Wednesday 12 October 2022 commemorates the beginning of our journey as The King’s School, Tudor House. It is believed that on 12 October 1897, Headmaster Mr Wilfred Inman opened a Preparatory School with just six boys at Erowol, Bellevue Hill. In 1902, the bold decision was made to move to the Southern Highlands to the site we know today as Tudor House, which allowed for the development of our unique educational philosophy. The King’s School began its formal association with Tudor House in 1942, with many of the Year 6 boys continuing their education at The King’s School, Senior School in North Parramatta.

Today, Tudor House is one of the oldest Independent schools in NSW, celebrating 125 years of educational impact and adventure. While many things have changed in 125 years, the emphasis on community, co-curricular activities and exploring the great outdoors remains the foundation of the Tudor House experience.

We look forward to our 125 Years Celebrations, including our Old Tudorians and Community Celebration Cocktail Parties, Sport Gala Day and Back to Tudor Fun Day, taking place from Friday 21 October to Sunday 23 October. To find out more, please visit

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