Tring Park is committed to giving as many people as possible the opportunity to train within the performing arts. We run a range of programmes designed to engage and excite young people whilst also giving them the confidence and discipline that they will need in later life.
Tring Park Associates
Classes at Tring Park Associates are available to children and young people from 3 - 19 years of age and offers not only dance - ballet, pointe work, contemporary, jazz, street dance, acro, modern, tap and musical theatre dance along with acting and singing. Classes run daily Monday to Friday after school hours and all day Saturdays during term time. They are held in the studios of Tring Park School and at nearby Victoria Hall. Entry from age 3 to 8 years is without audition with three auditions a year held for students from 9 - 19. There are also adult dance classes and Dance for Parkinson's classes which run during term time.
Classical Ballet Academy
The Classical Ballet Academy is designed to discover talented children and provide them with the highest level of classical training available. The programme is designed to complement their studies with their regular dance teacher. The focus is on honing and developing technique, whilst working with other talented children who share the same goals and ambitions to have a career in dance.
The Kick Start Programme for Boys
A special programme for boys only who are interested in Dance and the Performing Arts. Creating an environment where males can be inspired by working alongside other male students, often for the first time, Kick Start is targeted at young, male dancers who may not have many male peers at their own dance school. Wherever possible, students are taught by a male faculty, assisted by senior male students from the Tring Park Dance Course. Tring Park offers three training days each term where boys may take ballet, street/jazz and other genre workshops. Senior students also receive upper body and fitness training. There are also opportunities to move into other programmes, where appropriate.