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Tonbridge. Today, tomorrow, together.


THE FOUNDATION AWARD PROGRAMME PROVIDES OPPORTUNITIES TO THOSE WHOSE POTENTIAL IS FAR GREATER THAN THEIR FINANCIAL MEANS.


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A SCHOOL BUILT ON A HISTORY OF PHILANTHROPY. Tonbridge School was founded by Sir Andrew Judde in 1553, with the specific purpose of educating fifty poor scholars. Over time this philanthropic ethos has evolved into a programme that provides over ÂŁ2.0m each year in fee remission for scholarships and bursaries. Throughout our history we have endeavoured to reach out to provide life changing opportunities to talented boys whose families could not afford the fees.


TRUE TO OUR FOUNDATION AND CHARITABLE STATUS WE HAVE A RESPONSIBILITY TO OUR LOCAL COMMUNITIES‌ Social Mobility is one of the key challenges our society faces in the 21st century. The income gap between the richest and poorest in society continues to widen, while education opportunities remain overwhelmingly dominated by children from the most privileged homes. The advantaged are six times more likely to go to university. Tonbridge recognises the role we have to play to tackle this issue.


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Knowledge is freely available to everyone, so the chance to develop that knowledge, to stretch your mind, to question and explore, should also be accessible to more talented boys. We are therefore keen that our fee structure is not a barrier to coming to the school.

A Tonbridge education is a transformative experience, and increasing the number of Foundation Awards for highly gifted boys who would not otherwise be able to come to Tonbridge remains a key objective.

The Foundation Award programme provides life-changing opportunities, helps to raise standards across the School through an infusion of bright young talent, and ensures all of our boys benefit from studying and living in a diverse and dynamic community. Over 600 people – OTs, parents, staff and friends have given to support the education of past and present Foundation Award recipients. Now, fifteen years on, we want to share with you some of their stories which reinforce the point that the impact is life changing. Thank you to all those who have enabled this gateway to Tonbridge. Robert Elliott, Chair of Governors


REAL LIFE SUCCESS STORIES... Giving towards the education of others requires altruism and a long term view. Reading these stories reinforces the point that the impact is life-changing. The benefits also work both ways: the school gains as well.


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“ Tonbridge gave me a strong platform to explore and develop my skills. The opportunities I had were truly unique; setting up a pig farming scheme was a particular highlight. Andrew Goodman (JH 2006-2011) Foundation Award recipient

“ When I compare my affection for the school, the mutual respect with my former teachers, and the international OT network, I realise just how unparalleled the opportunities I have been afforded are.” Laurence Turlej (WW 2009-2014) Foundation Award recipient

“ The combination of outstanding facilities and teachers, whilst constantly being surrounded by great people, has built a foundation that has put me in excellent stead as I begin my career. I will always be grateful for the opportunities that I experienced in my five years at the school.” Oscar Cowling (SC 2008-2013) Foundation Award recipient

“ Tonbridge excels in its ability to recognise a pupil’s nascent talents and curiosities, and to cultivate these into areas of expertise and passion. A strong academic foundation and continual encouragement to tackle complex problems has allowed me to pursue a DPhil at Oxford, where I investigate the origin of the planets in our Solar System.” Sean Hopkins (HS 2004-2009) Foundation Award recipient


“ A TONBRIDGE EDUCATION WAS PERHAPS THE GREATEST GIFT I HAVE YET RECEIVED.”


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ADAM WALTON FOUNDATION AWARD RECIPIENT (WW 2008-2013)

The school is outstanding in so many ways, but for me its greatest strength is preparing one for life beyond its borders. It arms one with a confidence and drive to succeed. As I sat down to take my scholarship exams back in 2006 (in what was then the Divinity block, and what is now the foyer of the splendid new library) I had no idea how profoundly rewarding the step I was taking would ultimately be. As the recipient of a generous bursary, I received an education for which I am immensely grateful, and the benefits of which I feel to this day.

At Tonbridge, academia does not stop at learning the syllabus and finishing with three decent A-levels. Rather, it is a pursuit engaged with rigour and with spirit: not only do the teaching staff excel in their respective fields, their lessons are imbued with a passion for their subject that is not bound by AQA nor Edexcel. They taught me to think, to learn, and to question.

Adam is now a consultant in digital strategy and events management, with a particular focus on the charity sector.


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LIAM NOAD FOUNDATION AWARD RECIPIENT (PS 2007-2011)

The Tonbridge community is one that you feel comes with a life long membership. As a recipient of the Foundation Award, you carry a great debt to the Tonbridge Foundation and endeavour to assist with its sustainability. The opportunity of a Tonbridge education has been opened up to not just the select few, but those that are capable, through the crucial existence of the Tonbridge Foundation. I joined Parkside and instantly felt welcomed by my housemates, realising your background and circumstance are

left at the door and your abilities in corridor cricket and academic merit are what really count. I relished all the opportunities on offer looking to try my hand at things I hadn’t had experience of before, joining the school sailing club, the CCF and enjoying the drama facilities on offer.

Since leaving Tonbridge Liam graduated from Imperial College with an MEng in Civil Engineering and worked for two property developers. In June 2017 he formed his own Property Consultancy.


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DANIEL POWER FOUNDATION AWARD RECIPIENT (WH 2012-2017)

I would like to thank all those who gifted me the opportunity to go to Tonbridge and I will always look back at my time here fondly. I just want to say how grateful I am for the opportunity you have given me at Tonbridge. I have had a memorable five years, made friends and taken part in many activities at the school. I think one of my favourite activities at Tonbridge was TCA. For the last two years I have been doing art with the patients at the Hospice in the Weald and pretty much ran it in my final year. It was a great way for me to combine my interest in art, which I did at Tonbridge until sixth form, with my hope to go to medical school.

I am currently on a gap year, volunteering with a grassroots movement, working in a camp with refugees from the Syrian war and other conflicts in the region on the island of Samos in Greece. We act as first responders for the refugees coming off the boats, often in a desperate state. We also organise educational and other activities for the refugees designed to instill a sense of normality, combat boredom, and empower people while they wait for their asylum to be processed. Amongst other things, I run art and keep fit classes. In the keep fit classes I deploy the fitness routines that I learnt in Tonbridge. I have set up a running club which is proving popular with the refugees. I am keeping my eye out for the next Mo Farah! I am learning Arabic and Farsi in order to communicate with the refugees who cannot speak English. After my gap year I aim to go to medical school.


ALFRED ADEOYE FOUNDATION AWARD RECIPIENT (HS 2005-2010)

I’m involved with the EY Foundation, where I’ve been able to champion a programme that sends first year graduates to schools around London to run sessions to de-mystify university and working life. One of the key things that I learnt from my time at Tonbridge was the importance of social responsibility, in part due to being a recipient of the Foundation Award but also through the Wednesday afternoon Community Service Programme. After leaving Tonbridge, I went on to read Economics at Girton College, Cambridge where I was involved in

working with the Sutton Trust by giving talks at schools in Tower Hamlets and helping to run a Summer School in Cambridge. Our aims were to de-mystify the Cambridge experience and help school children, typically from lower socio-economic backgrounds, to see applying to Cambridge as a viable and attainable option for them. This is a cause that I’ve continued to be involved over the last few years working in London. Alfred is a risk management consultant at EY and involved at the forefront in shaping how the banking sector will operate over the coming years.


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“ SOCIAL EDUCATION PROJECTS ARE CLOSE TO MY HEART AND SO I WOULD BE DELIGHTED TO HELP WITH THE FOUNDATION IN ANY WAY THAT I CAN.”


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JUDE LENIER FOUNDATION AWARD RECIPIENT (WW 2009-2014)

I was only able to attend Tonbridge because of my Foundation Award. I think my time there meant more to me as I wouldn’t have had that opportunity under normal circumstances. I’m sure that I tried to make my time there mean more as a result. There were many advantages of being at Tonbridge. The smaller student population and class sizes made it easier to find help from a teacher or house master if I needed it. And the excellent facilities (especially the library) meant I could take advantage of the schools’ resources to work on my own projects. Tonbridge’s real strength is the teaching. In any school I would have been able to make friends, pass exams and ‘get through’ my school years. However, there are very few in which I would have had as much access to teachers, experts in their fields who encouraged us all to study beyond what they taught in class. I don’t

know if I would have been able to go on to Oxford and study my dream course in PPE without the help and support of my teachers. I highly doubt it. Even if I had not been thankful for anything else, I’d be grateful to Tonbridge for giving me the ambition and education to shoot for that goal.

Jude is currently working in the reinsurance sector, training to be an underwriter, but his eventual ambition is to go into politics to promote a more evidence-based approach to governance.


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JOSH CRONIN FOUNDATION AWARD RECIPIENT (HS 2010-2015)

I think that this level of varied education should be available to everyone, not just those that can afford it. It is vital that this incredible support is continued and developed at Tonbridge. I am continually grateful for the blessings and opportunities that the award of a Foundation scholarship has granted me during my five years at Tonbridge School. I realise that many of the opportunities and experiences I have had would not have been possible were I not a Foundation scholar. For that I am indebted to the benefactors of the Foundation and the school.

we would do. I also am a lot more comfortable and less prone to nerves when I make presentations or lead groups as often happens as part of my academic work at university. I would put this down to the time spent training younger cadets and leading drill practice. I would strongly encourage any current Tonbridgian to complete the four years as a cadet.

If I had to pick out one of the opportunities that shaped me in some way, it would be my four years as a cadet in the CCF. I realise now that I am a lot more confident in the face of unexpected change, thereby having to improvise and plan quickly. I think this came out of the many command tasks

Josh is currently in his third year of the MEng Aerospace Engineering course at the University of Bristol, a year and a half to go. Although subject to change, he is thinking of settling in Bristol post-graduation and is open to many career paths.


“ THE FOUNDATION AWARD HAS GIVEN ME THE TOOLS TO CONTINUALLY ACHIEVE AND DEVELOP. I WOULD LIKE TO THANK EVERY SINGLE PERSON WHO SUPPORTED ME WITH DONATIONS.”


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JOE PAYNE FOUNDATION AWARD RECIPIENT (FH 2009-2014)

Tonbridge gave me a strong work ethic; the confidence to lead and work as a team and the greatest friends, many of which I still see on a regular basis. Personally, the greatest thing Tonbridge and therefore the Foundation Award gave me was a sense of home. As my parents were going through a divorce at the time the sense of family in Ferox Hall (and Knox House) and the stability and support offered from pastoral staff I believe allowed me to develop and achieve in ways I wouldn’t have been able to do. After Tonbridge, I took a year out from studying to work with young children in the Schools at Somerhill, leading

sports sessions and helping as a teaching assistant. Since then I have been completing a four-year BSc degree in Chemistry with forensic investigation at the University of Surrey. During this time I have also been involved in multiple societies, such as touch rugby and snow sports, as well as becoming the Vice President of ChemSoc in year two. I have also been involved with further charity projects working with NCS in the development of young people, much like the award helped me.

Joe is currently on placement working in the MHRA laboratories, analysing medicines before they are released to market.


OUR VISION CAN BE REALISED WITH THE SUPPORT OF OTs, PARENTS AND FRIENDS.


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WIDENING ACCESS. OUR VISION. Tonbridge School aims to be needs blind to talented boys, providing means tested support to all boys who receive a scholarship. We currently provide financial support as Foundation Awards to 50 boys in the school at any time. Since inception, the various house award schemes have been a great success and we continue to encourage support for house based fundraising. Our ambition is to double the number of Foundation Awards to 100 boys as part of our commitment to widening access and to maintain the diversity of the school population, for the benefit of all boys at the school.


WIDENING ACCESS. THE IMPACT. A great education can transform a boy’s life, and we hope that in return, it will enable him to transform the lives of others. The provision of Foundation Awards at Tonbridge enriches our school, raises academic standards and a greater mix of cultures and backgrounds is healthy preparation for all Tonbridgians for life beyond school.

CONFIDENCE ASPIRATION AWARENESS SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY RESILIENCE LIFE SKILLS WELL-BEING DIVERSITY


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OUR FOUNDATION AWARD PROGRAMME ENABLES ONE IN FIFTEEN BOYS TO BENEFIT FROM FEE ASSISTANCE. OUR AIM IS TO DOUBLE THIS.

EVERY FOUNDATION AWARD WINNER HAS THE ABILITY TO

HAVE A POSITIVE IMPACT ON: HIS PEERS HIS TEACHERS HIS HOUSE HIS FAMILY THE LOCAL COMMUNITY


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Both your individual and collective generosity makes a huge difference. Please join us to support the Foundation Award Programme and together, through the gift of education, we can transform young boys’ lives.


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A full Foundation Award for one academic year is

150 PEOPLE

IN THE TONBRIDGE COMMUNITY GIVING £15.53 PER MONTH FOR A YEAR* *With gift aid

or

50 PEOPLE

EACH DONATING £700

or

15 PEOPLE

EACH DONATING £2,500


RECOGNISING YOUR SUPPORT FOR WIDENING ACCESS. We would like to thank all our Foundation Award donors for your outstanding generosity. We value each and every gift. We would also like to thank all those who have given towards widening access, which is a particularly important aspect of the Excellence for All campaign. All other Excellence for All supporters (unrestricted) are listed in the 2017 Tonbridge School Annual Report. School House

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Iain Heggie

Parent

Julian and Ulrike Cooper

1975

1980

Tony and Elizabeth Kemp

Parents

Stuart Moyce

1976

1981

Bill and Alison Kendrick

Parents

Christopher Rash

1978

1982


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Manor House continued...

Welldon House continued...

Charles Pope

1978

1983

Anthony Mayer

1963

1967

E J Wray

1981

1986

Ian Cowdroy

1964

1969

Andrew Hoare

1982

1987

Tim Austin

1965

1970

Edward Rash

1985

1990

Philip Marwood

1967

1971

Paul Cook

1985

1990

Charles and Johanna Salmon

1969

1973

Richard Hawkins

1988

1993

D J Macnamara

1970

1975

James Nicholson

1991

1996

Nigel Denison

1972

1976

James Solomon

1997

2002

Mark Adams

1972

1977

Tajee and Priya Abraham

Parents

Christopher Stone

1973

1978

John and Nicola Coldman

Parents

Simon and Fiona Lee

1974

1979

Patrick and Nicola Davis

Parents

Michael Hewitt

1977

1981

Mr A Davison and Mrs E Desmond

Parents

Philip Bearcroft

1977

1981

Michael and Amanda ElysĂŠe

Parents

Michael Wilson

1978

1983

Simon and Bridget Fraser

Parents

Christopher Cullen

1980

1985

Dr and Mrs Gonzalez-Carvajal

Parents

Malcolm Hilliar

1985

1990

Jonathan and Fiona Grant

Parents

Jack Sepanski

1988

1993

Jules and Sue Green

Parents

Gareth Withers

1997

2002

Christopher and Robin Hutt

Parents

Alastair Mavor

2002

2007

Frankie and Kitty Kwong

Parents

David and Lovie Dingle

Parents

Leo and Angie Lee

Parents

Gordon and Julie Hancock

Parents

Sarah Needham

Parent

Alexander and Patricia Pelmore

Parents

Paul and Laura O'Grady

Parents

Leonard and Amanda Sinclair

Parents

Lance and Hilary O'Neill

Parents

Richard and Salli Thwaite

Parents

Kshama Patel

Parent

Anonymous

x4

Simon and Rathini Rawson

Parents

Neil and Anne-Marie Slater

Parents

Smythe House

Julian and Helen Winder

Parents

Bill Yates

1932

1937

Rod and Adele Young

Parents

Mr Clifford

1946

1950

David Walsh

Hon OT

Bruce Nathan

1947

1950

Anonymous

x6

Douglas Hadler

1951

1954

Simon Hocombe

1949

1954

John Meredith Smith

1950

1955

Welldon House Mr Hubble

1935

1940

Robin Graham

1951

1956

Dr Moore

1940

1944

Tom Winnifrith

1951

1956

David Watts

1943

1948

Michael Helm

1952

1957

John J White

1949

1953

Adam Lewis

1954

1958

Edward Hickmott

1951

1955

Tony Young

1952

1958

P C Thompson

1955

1960

Michael Smith

1954

1959

Christopher Pettman

1956

1961

Paul Langridge

1956

1960

Andrew Hale

1958

1962

Andrew Marrs

1956

1960

Gilbert Hoole (first Librarian, in memoriam) 1958

1963

Bill Whight

1956

1960

Peter and Frances Frost

1959

1963

Robin Harvey

1956

1961

Paul Tew

1960

1965

Timothy Marrs

1959

1963


Smythe House continued...

Whitworth House continued...

Mr Willmer

1961

1966

Paul and Janice Wallace

Parents

Ian Gates

1963

1967

Julian and Helen Winder

Parents

Charles Rosenmeyer

1962

1967

Anonymous

x1

Robert, Lord Lisvane

1963

1968

Giles Instone

1965

1969

Cowdrey House

Robert Newey

1969

1974

Anthony Joy

1994

Mark Ballard

1970

1975

John and Nicola Coldman

Parents

Russell Gerrard

1971

1975

Mr A Davison and Mrs E Desmond

Parents

Jeremy Tullett

1972

1976

Mr and Mrs M P Hanwell

Parents

Peter Jackson

1973

1978

Nicholas and Fiona Jones

Parents

Paul Blackmore

1975

1980

Gerry and Sally Paisley

Parents

Martin and Ali Greenslade

1978

1982

Kate Thurman

Parent

Jim Ludden

1978

1982

Nicholas Stretch

1981

1985

Oakeshott House

Tim Greenwood

1982

1987

Spencer Crooks

Parents

Wilton Fry

1985

1990

Harvey Family

Parents

Mark Patrick

1988

1993

Paul and Jane Meakin

Parents

Dominic Peyton

1988

1993

Alexander and Patricia Pelmore

Parents

Anthony and Alison Shamash

Parents

Tom and Caroline Rider

Parents

Guy Newey

Parent

Richard and Susan Suart

Parents

Paul and Joanna McCarthy

Parents

Laurence and Sarah Jones

Parents

Friends of Tonbridge School and staff

Michael and Beatrice Harding

Parents

Dr J S Taylor

Hon OT

Mandeep and Meena Hansra

Parents

John and Mary Smalman-Smith

Hon OT

Mike and Amanda Hampson

Parents

Logie Bruce- Lockhart

Hon OT

Roger and Helena Carden

Parents

The Reverend M R Francis

Hon OT

Peter Commings

HON OT

John Arthur

Friend

Anonymous

x13

Mr and Mrs Carus

Friends

T Cunningham

Friend

Angela Holliday

Friend

Whitworth House David Roberts

1976

1981

Robin Marchant

Friend

Christopher Wise

1978

1982

Andrew Myers

Friend

Michael Wooldridge

1982

1987

Julian Raven

Friend

Damian Halford

1985

1989

Robin Reiss

Friend

Nicholas Mundy

1990

1995

Heather Ward

Friend

James Coppin

1996

2001

Mr Whitehead

Friend

Mr and Mrs T B Barry

Parents

Anonymous

x19

John and Inge Fleming

Parents

Charles and Cathy McKenzie

Parents

Hugh and Pamela Moir

Parents

Gerry and Sally Paisley

Parents

Mark and Zoe Pettman

Parents

Martin and Vicky Wade

Parents

1999


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GIVING AT A GLANCE

SCHOOL HOUSE

64

JUDDE HOUSE

57

PARK HOUSE

72

HILL SIDE

87

PARKSIDE

74

FEROX HALL

70

MANOR HOUSE

64

WELLDON HOUSE

38

SMYTHE HOUSE

57

WHITWORTH HOUSE

16

COWDREY HOUSE

6

OAKESHOTT HOUSE

6

FRIENDS OF TONBRIDGE SCHOOL AND STAFF

33


THE JUDDE SOCIETY. The Judde Society recognises those supporters who leave a gift to Tonbridge in their will and we would like to express our thanks to all those who have agreed to do so.

School House

Hill Side

Richard Butterworth

1944

1948

John Taylor

1942

1947

Norman Evans

1944

1948

Robin Garnett

1946

1950

Michael Mander

1949

1952

Richard Clay

1948

1953

Tony Nichols

1950

1954

Christopher Garrett

1948

1953

John Collins

1951

1955

Robin Berkeley OBE

1951

1956

James Townend

1951

1955

Anthony Garrett

1951

1955

Richard Sax

1952

1957

Ian Perkins

1951

1956

Ian Mackintosh

1953

1958

Brian Nathan

1953

1957

David Sievwright

1959

1963

Geoffrey Shaw

1953

1958

John Emms

1966

1971

Richard Dalzell

1954

1958

Air Chf Mshl Sir Andrew Wilson KCB AFC 1954

1959

Grahame Berkeley

1955

1959

Timothy Farr

1955

1959

Anonymous (4) Judde House Dan Cattell

1939

1943

Andrew Butler

1947

1952

Parkside

Roger Schooling

1948

1953

David Goodland

1941

1946

Bill Sylvester

1950

1955

David Kemp

1942

1947

Peter Young

1953

1957

Anthony Vivian

1946

1951

John Searle

1955

1960

Roy Foulsham

1947

1951

Christopher Knox

1958

1963

David Farmer

1949

1953

Tony Taylor

1952

1957

John Gordon

1953

1958

Peter Hayes

1957

1962

Anonymous (3) Park House David Thomas

1944

1949

Anthony Rye

1945

1949

Ferox Hall

Richard Lindesay

1949

1954

Martin Colvill

1954

1958

Bryan Dixon

1950

1955

Michael Falcon

1954

1959

Jeremy Wiltshier

1951

1956

Chris Cotton

1955

1959

Peter Jupp

1963

1968

William Winter

1955

1959

Ed Wesson

1979

1983

James Stewart

1956

1961

Anthony Box

1957

1961

Richard Langridge

1957

1959

Laurence Watt

1959

1963

Toby Davies

1978

1983

Anonymous (2)


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Manor House

Smythe House

Donald Evans

1939

1944

Sir Peter Marshall

1938

1943

Keith Braybon

1942

1947

Norman Leadbeater

1946

1949

John Kitching

1948

1953

Nicholas Jarrett

1947

1950

Chester Nobbs

1949

1954

Cedric Lark

1948

1953

Brian Price

1953

1957

Christopher Berridge

1951

1956

Colin Heathcote

1958

1963

Douglas Hadler

1951

1956

Hugh Carson

1960

1964

Grant W R Morffew

1981

1986

Alain Dilworth

1974

1978

Anonymous (2)

Richard Lea

1947

1952

Mike Bushby

1954

1991

John J White

1949

1953

David Walsh

1972

2009

Peter Lake

1955

1960

David Tennant

1983

Christopher Pettman

1956

1961

Jacques Peltier

Friend

Dr Paul Nailor

1974

1978

Anonymous (2)

Welldon House

Friends of Tonbridge School and staff

Anonymous (2)

Should you wish to receive further information about legacy giving please contact Tara Biddle, Judde Society Manager at tara.biddle@tonbridge-school.org 01732 304253



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THANK YOU.

I promise to continue to make the most of the opportunities available to me, because I will always be grateful for the superb education I was afforded at Tonbridge School. ALEX MOEN FOUNDATION AWARD RECIPIENT (FH 2013-2018)


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