Boarding pupils form about 75% of the pupils at Tring Park and accommodation is arranged by age group in single sex houses. There are two resident house staff in each area and a team of part time staff. Girls aged 8-13 and 14-16, live on the top and middle floors respectively of the Mansion. Boys aged 8-17 live in the magnificent former stable building, known as the Clock House, and girls aged 16-17, live on-site in a purpose built block. Tring Park also owns three houses, located in the town, which are occupied by pupils in their final year. Again, each has a resident houseparent.
House staff work hard to provide a nurturing environment within the boarding houses in order to create a 'home from home' for our boarders. All of the houses boast a strong sense of community where creativity thrives and music, choreography and sketch-writing are a dalily occurrence.
For further information on boarding an Pastoral care please contact Gemma Lawrence at firstname.lastname@example.org Tel. 01442 821514
Day pupils, who make up more than 30% of attendees at the School, arrive for registration daily at 7.55am. They have dedicated changing rooms in the Mansion and Clock House and are under the care of our pastoral staff during the school day. They are free to go home at the end of the school day or stay on for prep, activities and supper by arrangement.
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