The Juddian is the official School magazine and has documented and celebrated every year at Judd since 1909.
The magazine is largely written and edited by a student team (the two Editor-in-Chiefs for both 2019 and 2020 editions have been Y11 students) and all students have the opportunity to contribute.
Every student is given each year's copy of The Juddian free of charge (as reciprocal to parents' generosity to the School Fund), and we hope they will keep their collection to enjoy looking back over in later life. The 2019 edition was a little delayed, and published in September 2020. We are hopeful that the 2020 edition will be published before Christmas.
Spare copies of all years are available for £2. Please complete the payment form below and also email to arrange for, in order of preference: collection by student from Mr Taylor's room (A22) in form time, collection by student from reception, or postage.
Our available stock is as follows:
2020 edition - not in stock - publication expected Christmas 2020
2019 edition - c.250 units (if any 2019 and 2020 leavers have not yet received their free copy please contact email@example.com)
2018 edition - c.150 units (if any 2018 and 2019 leavers have not yet received their free copy please contact firstname.lastname@example.org)
2017 edition - c. 50 units
2016 edition - c. 30 units
2015 edition - c. 30 units
previous editions - lots of copies of some years available on request
We also have about 20 copies of the former Deputy Headmaster Geoffrey Taylor's 'A History of The Judd School' (2nd edition) published 2004. Well worth a read for anyone interested in the history of the School, the book was first commissioned for the School's centenary in 1988. Price £10 each, proceeds to the Old Juddian Society.
Mr James Taylor (email@example.com)
Please enter your email address and name below if you would like to purchase The Juddian or 'A History of The Judd School'.
Please pay for your purchases directly to "The JPA" 23-05-80 39084562 with the name entered below as your bank reference, then email with the items you would like and your preferred delivery method: collection by student from Mr Taylor's room (A22) in form time, collection by student from reception, or postage.