The Judd School is a Voluntary Aided Grammar School for boys, with a significant number of girls in the sixth form, situated in Tonbridge, Kent. There are more than 1400 students aged 11-18, of whom nearly all go on to University.
The Judd School is a highly academic state-funded school with traditional values. All students are expected to work hard, achieve their potential, serve their community and develop their leadership skills from the moment they first enter our inspiring buildings. These high expectations permeate the academic curriculum, the House pastoral system and the extended curriculum which encompasses sport, music, drama, the Combined Cadet Force and much more. Boys join the school in Year 7 and the vast majority continue into the Sixth Form, alongside a further intake of boys and girls. A very high proportion go on to university (15% to Oxbridge). We believe that all our students should be busy at work and play – busy children are generally happy children.
My mantra for the school is “Learn, Grown, Belong” and I trust, through these pages, you will gain a picture of what that phrase means for our students.