Tudor House has been educating primary aged boys since 1902. The school is nestled on 70 hectares in the southern highlands - one-and-a-half hours south of Sydney. The school provides a nurturing, safe and fun rural environment for primary aged boys. It caters for dayboys from Kindergarten to Year 6 and boarders from Year 3 to Year 6. 'Little Wildee (K-2 - Early Stage 1 and Stage 1) and Years 3 – 6,
Historic buildings, boarding house, rugby fields, football fields, swimming pool, cricket facilities, tennis courts, information technology centre, woodwork room, music and drama centre, a library, 2-year outdoor program, called Kahiba which allows boys to camp at school, bike tracks, art room, gym, Hospital, Memorial Hall.
Boys can live-in as weekly boarders, full-time boarders or casual boarders. Dayboys are able to stay for Prep (homework) and dinner and collect their sons at 7pm. A strong sense of family atmosphere, nurturing, warmth and security are features in our boarding house. Flexible boarding arrangements are available.
For over 110 years Tudor House has been educating primary aged boys. With a new focus of Active Engaged Learning, Mr John Stewart (Past Headmaster) believed boys must learn in an active and social fashion.
Scholarships and Bursaries (means tested) are available annually. Please contact the school for the date of the next Scholarship Day. Awards are made based on academic achievement and where applicable means tested (boarding bursaries).
'We chose Tudor in the first place - to build the character of our children whilst still allowing them to be little boys. I wanted the Tom Sawyer experience for my kids.'