Tring Park School for the Performing Arts
Tring Park, Tring, HP23 5LX, Hertfordshire
Co-educational Boarding & Day
|Principal||Mr Stefan Anderson|
|Date Appointed||September 2002|
|Co-ed Age Range||8-19|
|Number of pupils||354|
|Number of boys||103|
|Number of girls||251|
|Number of boarders||220|
|Number of sixth formers||150|
|Day fees per annum||£15,405 - £24,510|
|Boarding fees per annum||£26,190 - £37,050|
|Associations||BSA, ISCis, ISA, SofH|
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Tring Park School for the Performing Arts is unique amongst specialist schools in the UK. At Tring Park talented young people from 8–19 specialise in Dance, Acting, Musical Theatre or Commercial Music, while also having the opportunity to study for GCSEs and up to 23 A Level subjects. Entrance is via audition and scholarships are available for Dance via the Government's Music and Dance Scheme. School scholarships and bursaries are available for Drama and Musical Theatre.
Pupils perform regularly both in Tring Park's Markova Theatre as well as in London, throughout the UK and Europe. Our graduating dance students perform in 'Encore Dance', Tring Park's touring company which, this year, performed 11 shows in England and Wales culminating in a London performance at the Sadler's Wells Lilian Baylis Studio. Musical Theatre students have a regular season at the Pizza Express Pheasantry in Chelsea. Tring Park provides ballet dancers annually to perform in the Christmas production of Nutcracker with English National Ballet at the London Coliseum. Six pupils have played the part of Billy in Billy Elliot in the West End and on tour, The Tring Park choir "The Sixteen" won the BBC Songs of Praise Senior School Choir of the Year and recently came third in the highly competitive International Eisteddfod.
During the Summer Tring Park runs highly sought-after boarding and day courses in Dance, Musical Theatre and Acting.
Work has started on the first stage of a multi-million pound development project, which includes a four-storey building that will contain a state-of-the-art boarding house, six academic and vocational teaching spaces, a theatre workshop and other valuable pupil facilities due to open in September 2019. Stage two will include an art department and 6th Form Study Centre and the final phase will create a 450 seat theatre.
Daisy Ridley - Rey in Star Wars and Murder on the Orient Express
Lily James - Mamma Mia! Here we go again
Nafisa Baba – winner BBC Young Dancer of the Year 2017
Kit Esuruoso – played Tina Turner's son in the West End show Tina. Soon to star in Australian film Akoni.
Drew McOnie - Director of the Musical King Kong on Broadway
Max Westwell & Will Bozier – 'lead Swan' in Matthew Bourne's New Adventures new production of Swan Lake.
Testament to Tring Park's academic provision, students have left to read Medicine, Law, Physics and Engineering whilst others have careers in stage management and other performance-related industries.
Please check the website for upcoming Open Days.
To apply online: www.tringpark.com/opendays
Registrar: Adélia Wood-Smith
Registered charity No. 1040330