Inspiring Excellence, Creativity & Resilience in a nurturing community.
Tring Park School for the Performing Arts offers an exceptional opportunity to young people who show an outstanding talent for the performing arts, while recognising the benefits of a fine academic education. Tring Park provides a unique community for talented young people, regardless of means or background, who have a passion for Acting, Dance, Musical Theatre or Commercial Music. We nurture creativity and aim for excellence at all times. Tring Park is dedicated to the provision of a challenging and diverse learning experience within a supportive environment.
CORONAVIRUS UPDATE 24th June
In accordance with current government guidelines, Tring Park School for the Performing Arts has partially opened for its year 6 pupils, year 10 and Lower sixth students and is continuing to educate and support its remaining pupils remotely through distance learning. Tring Park Associates is currently offering a range of online classes and will also be offering online virtual summer classes, further details can be found on the TPA page of this website.
Following the recent announcement 19th June, by the Education Secretary Gavin Williamson, that all pupils in all year groups will be back in school in September, we are now planning to re-open this September, and we look forward to welcoming back our pupils, parents and visitors this autumn.
Tring Park continues to welcome applications for September 2020 and we are running online auditions. We are taking applications for September 2021 and information regarding October Open Days and auditions will be issued as soon as we can.
Further updates on the school's response to the changing coronavirus situation will be communicated to parents and guardians via the Parent Portal or by email from the Principal.
I hope that you all remain safe and well.
Stefan Anderson (Principal)
Charlotte Andrews (5th Form) has won one of 10 scholarships for the precollege programme at CSS, Detroit.
Our wonderful Tring Park family have been sending messages of support to our teachers who have been working hard all week to provide a stimulating educational experience for pupils.
In the Lower School PSHE one of the key themes has been resilience. As an illustration of this has been a remarkable series on the BBC. In Liberia, Jim and Jenny Desmond have become surrogate parents to 21 orphan chimps. They have been rescued from the illegal pet trade; their mothers were shot to get the babies and then became bush-meat. Via "virtual Tring Park School) ie email , the pupils have participated in a lesson regarding how the Desmonds have shown resilience in their work.