Tudor House School

Tudor House School

Infobox Aust school private
name = Tudor House School


motto = "Indomino Confido"
established = 1897
type = Independent, Single-sex, Primary, Day & Boarding
denomination = Anglican
slogan =
key_people = Mr. David Musgrove (Acting Headmaster)
Mr. Inman(Founder)
fees = AU$8,000 p.a-AU$14,952 p.a (Day)
AU$26,756 p.a-AU$28,104 p.a (Boarding) [http://www.tudorhouse.nsw.edu.au/Fees.htm Tudor House School Fees 2007] (accessed:16-08-2007)]
city = Moss Vale
state = New South Wales
country = Australia flagicon|Australia
enrolment = 195 (K-6) [http://www.boarding.org.au/site/school_detail.cfm?schID=28 Australian Boarding Schools' Association: Tudor House] (accessed:16-08-2007)]
num_employ = 17 [http://www.tudorhouse.nsw.edu.au/EduReports/Educational%20Financial%20Reporting%202005.pdf Tudor House School Annual Report 2005] (accessed:16-08-2007)]
revenue =
products =
colours = Maroon, Navy & White color box|#800000color box|#000080color box|#FFFFFF
homepage = [http://www.tudorhouse.nsw.edu.au www.tudorhouse.nsw.edu.au]

The Tudor House School, is a private, day and boarding, preparatory school for boys', located in Moss Vale, New South Wales, Australia.

The school is Australia's only preparatory boarding school, marketing itself as "a school that understands boys and where the joy of boyhood experiences is celebrated".

Tudor House has a non-selective enrolment policy and currently caters for approximately 195 boys from Kindergarten to year 6, with boarding available for 55 boys in years 3 to 6.

It is regarded as a feeder school for The King's School, in North Parramatta, New South Wales.

History

Established in 1897, Tudor House moved from Sydney to its present rural site in Moss Vale in 1902. The founder, Mr Inman, wanted a school that "educated the whole boy". [http://www.tudorhouse.nsw.edu.au/Introduction.htm Tudor House School: Introduction] (accessed:26-06-2007)]

Campus

Tudor House School is situated on 70 hectares of farming land in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales, approximately 1.5 hours south of Sydney.

The campus features tree groves and an orchard, dams and creeks, playing ovals, including 5 cricket ovals, 3 rugby union fields and 2 soccer fields, a 25 metre heated swimming pool, 2 tennis courts, gymnasium, classrooms for Upper School (Years 4-6) and Lower School (K-Year 3), 2 boarding houses, a school hospital staffed by a registered nurse, and specialist rooms include an art room, woodwork workshop, computer lab, library, music and drama centre. [http://www.tudorhouse.nsw.edu.au/TheSite.htm Tudor House School: The Campus] (accessed:16-08-2007)]

Notable alumni

*Malcolm Fraser - Former Australian Prime Minister [http://www.crikey.com.au/Politics/20060614-Famous-alumni-on-Lathams-hit-list.html Crikey.com.au: Famous alumni on Latham's hit list] (accessed:26-06-2007)]
*Donald Friend - Artist
*James Packer (Cricket & School Captain) - Head of the Packer empire, son of Kerry Packer
*Patrick White (Dux) - Author, Nobel laureate (Literature, 1973)
*Simon Brown (School Captain 2000) - (Notable Scholar & Property Economist of the University of Technology, Sydney)

See also

*List of Non-Government schools in New South Wales
*List of boarding schools
*The King's School, Sydney

External links

* [http://www.tudorhouse.nsw.edu.au/ Tudor House website]


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