We provide a caring environment where pupils can fulfil both their academic and vocational potential.

Structure

At Tring Park School pupils are taught in small classes by well-qualified, highly experienced teachers. This ensures that every pupil is given the best possible chance to attain his or her maximum potential in a private school setting. The curriculum is designed to give pupils experience in linguistic, mathematical, scientific, technological, human and social, physical, aesthetic and creative aspects.

Lower School vocational classes take place from 8.30am to 12.05pm each weekday morning. Academic lessons take place from 1.25pm to 4.35pm each weekday afternoon.

Vocational Curriculum

In the Lower School pupils have the option to audition for either the Junior Dance or the Performance Foundation Juniors Course, progressing to the Middle School Dance Course or the Performance Foundation Course once they enter Middle School.

Academic Curriculum

In First and Second Form, the academic element follows the requirements of the National Curriculum with the full range of subjects for Key Stage 3: English, maths, science, ICT, history, geography, religious studies, French, Spanish (offered from Second Form onwards), art and design, music and PSHE.

 

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Additional Individual Tuition

Music Lessons

£280 per term

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Academic Lessons

£52 per hour lesson

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A-Level Subjects by Request

Fee by arrangement

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Learning Support

At Tring Park School we offer an exciting, challenging and diverse learning experience. We recognise that each pupil has their own individual strengths, talents and needs and we are dedicated to providing a supportive environment which actively helps and encourages every pupil to achieve their full potential.

 
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Fees & Funding

We offer scholarships for the Performance Foundation Course. Music & Dance Scheme and Dance & Drama Awards are offered for the Dance Course.

Lower School Termly Fees

Fees are payable in advance and are invoiced before the start of each term. Fees include academic and vocational tuition, general academic books and normal stationery.

Boarders
£11,540
per term*
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Day Pupils
£7,385
per term*
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*Fees displayed are for entry between September 2021 – July 2022. Fees and charges are non-refundable and are subject to possible increase at one term’s notice. Sibling (10%) and forces discounts are available.

Insurance - optional (per term)

AXA PPP Healthcare Insurance

£442 (£100 excess pa)

School Fees Refund Scheme

Boarders 1.58% of termly fees
Days 1.37% of termly fees

Pupils’ Personal Effects Insurance

£7.73

All fees and charges are subject to possible increase at one term’s notice. September 2021 to July 2022.

Admin & Registration Fees

Audition Fee

£45 non-refundable

Registration Fee and Deposit | UK Pupils

£2,250

  • £250 non-refundable registration fee
  • £1,000 deducted from first term’s fees
  • £1,000 deposit refundable when pupil leaves the school

Registration Fee and Deposit | Non-UK Pupils

£10,250

  • £250 non-refundable registration fee
  • £5,000 deducted from first term’s fees
  • £5,000 deposit refundable when pupil leaves the school

DaDA Pupils

£650 refundable when pupil leaves the school

MDS Pupils

£900

  • £250 non-refundable registration fee
  • £650 refundable when pupil leaves the school

The registration fee and deposit are payable at the time of registration and are required in accordance with the terms on the Registration Form.

Extra & Additional Charges

Additional charges to be taken into consideration include, but are not limited to:

  • School uniform
  • Music supplies
  • Vocational uniform
  • Academic course books as required
  • Educational visits
  • Taxi charges
  • Examination fees
  • School-owned course books not returned
  • Pilates and massage
  • Library book fines
  • Overnight stay for day pupils – £84 per night
  • Security card replacements
  • Prep for day pupils

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All candidates are required to attend an entrance audition for the school. These are held in the autumn and spring term each year. Suitability for a place is determined on talent and potential shown at the time of audition.

Final auditions take place in February or March of each year, and successful candidates are offered places to start in the following September.

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LOWER SCHOOL
Junior Dance
6th January 2022
LOWER SCHOOL
Junior Dance
7th January 2022
LOWER & MIDDLE
Performance Foundation (FULL)
14th January 2022

Career Prospects

Setting you off on a great career!

Whilst the majority of our pupils pursue careers in the performing arts, a significant number win places at leading British and international universities, including Oxbridge and Russell Group institutions.

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Sarah Bell MA, BA (Hons) PGCE | Head of Lower School

If you have any questions about the Lower School, please get in contact.

 
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