Over a decade ago, the school’s governors recognised that it needed to invest in facilities to keep it at the leading edge of performing arts schools for the next century. Recent alumni have benefited from the award-winning Park Studios, which opened in 2011 to great acclaim, and transformed the life of the school. The new master plan, which consists of three main phases, aims to further enhance the school experience for future talented students.
If you would like more information please contact Dawn Adam, Director of Development and External Relations by phone +44 (0)1442 821662 or email email@example.com.
We realise that how, and to whom, you leave your assets is a very personal choice but, if you support the aims of the AES Tring Park School Trust, you may like to support us. At any given time over 40% of our pupils are funded and 100% of your legacy will help to ensure the future of our school.
In 1945 Grace Cone and Olive Ripman conceived a vision for what is now known as Tring Park School for the Performing Arts. This vision was to provide a first class education in the performing arts alongside a strong academic education. Today we still hold this vision at our core and this must be secured for future generations of talented young people. A Legacy is one way in which you can help us achieve this aim.
The Cone-Ripman Tring Society is for everyone who financially supports Tring Park School by making a pledge, regular giving or leaving a Legacy to the Trust. If you would like more information on giving or leaving a Legacy please do not hesitate to get in touch by contacting Dawn Adam (Telephone 01442 821681 or email firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Tring Park Bursary Fund allows the most talented young people to join us and flourish. We invite you to be a part of that. Imagine a young person with truly exceptional talent in the performing and creative arts. Imagine helping them to realise their dreams.