Tonbridge School Digital Archives

Since its foundation by Sir Andrew Judde in 1553, the School has amassed a rich and substantial archive of historical records, which are critical to our understanding of the School’s 500-year history, culture and identity. The Tonbridge School Archive exists to collect, catalogue and preserve this tremendous history, and maintains records of all kinds from its base in the Nicolson Wing.

As part of our ambition to make our historical data more readily available to staff and pupils, and researchers, we launched our Digital Archives in 2019. The archive is still in its infancy and we hope to be able to digitise much more of our rich archive material as funds become available.

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Tonbridge School Digital Archives is a restricted access site. To obtain full access, Tonbridge School staff, Old Tonbridgians and parents, past and present must log into their Tonbridge Connect account and navigate to the Digital Archives tab. If you are not one of the aforementioned constituents, please contact Archivist, Beverley Matthews for all access enquiries.