Dear TGS former students and staff
This time last year we were getting ready to celebrate 110 years of educational excellence and the making of lifelong friendships at Tonbridge Grammar School. At a reunion in January 2015 over 100 former students and former staff celebrated together and agreed to make the day an annual birthday party. Please join us (again!) on Saturday 23rd January 2016.
2pm to 4.30pm
There will be badminton and netball in the Sports Hall, Students will share their plans for their Humanitarian Project in Malawi. And of course, there will be plenty of time to explore the school campus whilst you catch up with friends.
We are going for informal refreshments—a cuppa and cake tea.
There will be no charge ahead for this event this time. Instead we ask you to bring your purse with you to support the costs of the event, on the day, if you would like to.
I also hope you will want to purchase a copy of Rosemary 2015, named after the first edition of the school magazine first published in the early 1900’s. The new publication is the creation of alumna class of 2014 Amelia Lenanton and includes school history, as well as the school memories you sent in, last year. You can contact me using the link to order a copy of Rosemary 2015 for a suggested donation of £5 plus £1 postage.
Other events for your diary are:
Hockey game in late March 2016– date tbc
Foundation Day Saturday 2 July 2016
Motet will celebrate 25 years in 2017
I have a couple of year group reunions in the diary. If you would like to have one, do get in touch!
Please RSVP using the link
If you are unable to attend please use the RSVP to update your contact details and share your news for Rosemary 2016.
TGS Alumni Community
Please stay in touch with your school and each other through the alumni network. We are profoundly grateful for the professional support of alumni to our careers programmes and for your philanthropic support that ensures the ongoing development of Tonbridge Grammar School.
Pippa BlackstoneDirector of Development and Alumni Relations