Capital Projects


Tudor Hall is a well-managed and carefully financed school, but it does not have an endowment. All development and refurbishment is funded from fee income and philanthropic support. We are ambitious for the girls and want them to have the facilities they need and deserve. We rely on the support of the Tudor community to ensure Tudor Hall’s continuity as a model of all that is best about an independent, girls’ boarding school education.

Over the past ten years, the school has invested over £15 million from school income in improving the facilities at Tudor Hall. This investment has included the provision of a purpose-built dining hall and kitchen facility, extending and refurbishing the sixth form houses, covering the swimming pool, new and increased staff accommodation, refurbishing the science laboratories, redevelopment of the squash courts into a drama studio and, open this term, a state of the art Teaching Centre.

The Drama Studio was Tudor Hall’s first serious foray into fundraising, and without the generosity and commitment of many parents and OTs, the project could not have gone ahead. Almost £800,000 was successfully raised to facilitate the redevelopment.  

The new Teaching Centre is the largest and most ambitious addition to Tudor Hall facilities to date and sits at the heart of the School site. Designed to provide teaching spaces for the core subjects of Mathematics and English, and specialist classrooms for the creative arts, the Teaching Centre transforms the teaching provision the School offers. We are delighted to have it operative and we are already witnessing its impact.

"It has always been a privilege to work with such inspirational girls. Now we have an inspirational building to match." Bob Roberts, Head of English

The total cost of the building stands at £6 million. Since 2016, £2.25 million has been raised through philanthropic giving and we are hugely grateful to all those who have contributed to this project.

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If you would like to make a single or regular donation, please download and complete a Gift Form or for further information, please call Rachel Graves in the Development Office on 01295 756287 or email:

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