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  • 11/06/24

    Anthea Bell German Translation Competition

    During the spring term, students studying German were given the opportunity to participate in an innovative translation competition. All means of translation were permitted (including use of devices) however qualifiers for each class were decided by teachers, meaning that simply using a translation...
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  • 11/06/24

    Apps for Good Showcase

    During Term 3, our Year 9 Computer Science students took part in the Apps for Good - Social Action programme which brings together schools from all over the UK. Of the many fantastic themes and apps that were created, one of our teams has been invited back to the final to present their theme and...
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  • 03/06/24

    Green Careers: A networking event for OJs, staff, students and friends of the school

    20th June 4-6pm Passionate about sustainability? Hate greenwashing? Come to our event focusing on careers in sustainability.  This event is aimed at current students, Old Juddians and staff, but we would also like to invite parents and carers and friends of the school who are working in sust...
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  • 21/05/24

    ISF World Schools XC Championships in Nairobi, Kenya

    Following ESAA Schools Cup last year, Judd was invited to take two full teams to represent England at the ISF World Schools XC Championships in Nairobi. Despite tough conditions and having to race against elite national fields from other countries, the boys exceeded all expectations to finish 4th an...
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  • 21/05/24

    International Women in Maths trip

    The Maths department had the pleasure of taking close to 40 girls up to the National Museum of Computing in Bletchley for an International Women in Maths trip and we had a fantastic time!  
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  • 21/05/24

    Science Snippets Communication Competition

    Science communication is as important as science itself. In the words of Richard Feynman: "If you can't explain something to a first year student, then you haven't really understood". Tonbridge School organised a science communication competition: Science Snippets - 4 minutes to wi...
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  • 21/05/24

    Ancient History talk: The Roman Republic

    On Friday 10th May, the school’s Ancient History Society had the great fortune of Dr Christopher Burden-Strevens, from the University of Kent, coming into the school and providing an excellent lecture on how coins were used in the late Roman Republic for purposes of propaganda. Dr Burden-Strev...
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  • 21/05/24

    "Starminster"

    The library has been celebrating the publication of Mrs Taylor's new book "Starminster" and the Library Assistants have created a lovely display to promote it. Well done and thank you so much, therefore, to the following students for all your hard work: Casar, George, Conor, Seb, Maxim...
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  • 16/05/24

    Free 11+ Familiarisation for Pupil Premium Students

    In order to give such students the best chance of success in their 11+, and to support their learning in KS2 in general, we work in partnership with Atom Learning, the leading online Key Stage 2 learning and 11+ preparation platform, to provide students who are eligible for pupil premium w...
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  • 14/05/24

    Winners of the English Poetry House Competition

    The English department was delighted to have had a number of submissions across KS3 for our inter House poetry competition. We used Young Writers UK and their competition Through Their Eyes to encourage students to write from alternative perspectives. The quality received was exceptional and 32 of o...
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  • 14/05/24

    The Juddian 2023

    We are delighted to announce the 2023 edition of the School magazine is published. The digital link is available on the School website here.
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  • 08/05/24

    Maths Updates

    We started the month off with some impressive results from the JMC! It was the first year in a long time that we could have a whole year to compete in the sports hall and we were really impressed with how the students approached the challenge.
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