Tring Park School for the Performing Arts provides an environment which allows for a fusion of natural talent and creativity combined with fine teaching and training.
What we offer here is unique. Talented children and young people benefit from an excellent standard of teaching in the Performing Arts, and this is reinforced by a very high level of academic education. This results in rounded individuals who are fully prepared for life; not just trained performers, but 'thinking' performers. It is this depth and breadth of education that will give them the best possible chances in their future careers.
All our vocational departments present productions that run in the Markova Theatre throughout the academic year. Additionally, the School performs regularly in London: recent shows have included The Boy Friend and Jesus Christ Superstar at the Shaw Theatre and our Dance Gala at The Bloomsbury Theatre.
We know that every single one of our pupils is different, each with their own blend of ability and ambition. We endeavour to provide a training and education which meets the needs of each pupil and allows them to achieve their very best.
Tring Park is a very exciting place to be. Visitors comment on the buzz and energy that is about the place and no one ever complains about being bored. A cursory glance at the timetable will show how much we do during the week, vocationally and academically, both inside and outside school. All this performing, training and learning requires a great deal of dedication and commitment from both staff and pupils and this creates a stimulating environment within a supportive community.
Come and visit us to see and experience the School for yourself.
I very much look forward to welcoming you.
To contact the Principal please email Lesley Read at email@example.com or Tel. 01442 824255.
Former Tring Park students perform at Buckingham Palace
Former Tring Park student gains a contract to the English National Ballet Company
Former Tring Park student stars in The Color Purple