It’s a Tudor Hall ethos, that our ‘I’s will flourish by knowing they are part of a ‘we’. Being part of Tudor Hall means having advantages and opportunities that you are impassioned to give onwards to others.
Old Tudorians (OTs) are an exceptionally close-knit community. The strong bonds formed at Tudor last a lifetime, no matter how much time has passed or where in the world they are living.
The OT community is thriving, with OTs meeting regularly at events held across the UK which bring together current and former staff, Tudorians and families.
OTs continue to feel a strong connection with Tudor and live out the school motto by offering current pupils work experience, internships and careers advice.
For OT event enquiries, contact Carrie Davidson, Alumnae Events and Development Officer:
For Rose magazine advertising and content, including alumnae news and careers network enquiries, contact Lindsay Silver, Alumnae Communications Manager
We warmly welcome visits from Old Tudorians; please contact us using the details above if you are in the area.
Our OT portal allows you to confirm or update the details we hold for you, and enables you to contact fellow OTs.
Community Outreach, Volunteering and Charity
Tudor Hall has a well-established outreach and enrichment programme working with local schools.. Each year, we work with around 20 state schools giving approximately 550 hours of staff time to support hundreds of pupils in our local area. We provide activities and events in a range of curriculum areas including modern foreign languages, science, geography, drama, music, art and sport to ensure our wider community benefits from our facilities and expertise.
‘Habeo ut dem’ is at the very heart of our Sixth Form Tudor Outreach and Enrichment Programme. We believe that our pupils learn a great deal from working in the local community and this programme encourages them to consider how they can create impact in the community by offering their time and skills to others.
When Tudor was founded by the Reverend and Mrs Todd in 1850, the 'give' might have been thought of in charitable terms. 170 years later, current Tudor girls reinvent giving on a daily basis.
Launched in October 2021 and in the spirit of our motto ‘I have that I may give,’ Campaign 2025 aims to raise money to offer seven fully-funded places for local girls by 2025. Our alumnae and their families recognise the significant impact of a Tudor Hall education, and through their support of this campaign, will ensure that access to this is widened within our local community. Find out more
Wendy Griffiths Bursary Fund
Wendy Griffiths was Headmistress at Tudor Hall between 2004 and 2021. The bursary fund in her name recognises both her commitment to girls’ education, as well as her belief in the importance of giving back through bursary provision and developing partnerships with local state schools.
Make a donation
We are grateful for gifts of any size. Single gifts have an immediate impact, while regular giving and legacies help us to prepare for the future. Whatever support you are able to give will help us to widen access to those who may not otherwise have the opportunity to experience a Tudor Hall education. Donate online or fill out the Gift Form, or find out about other ways of giving.