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A strong and appropriate academic curriculum supported by outstanding extra-curricular provision helps Tring School students develop as individuals with the necessary skills to be successful in adult life. We summarise this ethos into successful learners (wisdom), confident individuals (hope) and responsible citizens (comprehensive community).

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Edward Lear makes reference to Tring in A Book of Nonsense:

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The Heygate family took over Mead’s business in 1945, and today mills 100,000 tons of wheat a year, resulting in 76,000 tons of flour. This is mainly bakers' flour, but there is also a commitment to wholemeal digestive for biscuits, bulk outlets and a large output of 1.5 kg bags from the pre-packed flour plant.

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Tring also has a theatre youth group, Court Youth Theatre which is connected to the Court Theatre, Pendley Manor. This has three sections to it: juniors, intermediates and seniors.

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All our students are expected to work hard and behave in an exemplary fashion. With clear expectations and a comprehensive rewards system that encourages students to do well and ensures they feel safe and able to meet the challenges we set, means that they can fulfil our motto of ‘Live to Learn and Learn to Live’.

Tring is part of the South West Hertfordshire Parliament constituency, currently represented by the Conservative David Gauke. Tring is part of the East of England constituency, which elects seven Members of the European Parliament.

Tring School makes a difference to young people and we very much look forward to welcoming your child to our school and becoming one of our many successes of the future.

Settlements in Tring date back to Prehistoric times and it was mentioned in the Domesday Book. Tring received its market town charter in 1315.[2] Tring is now largely a commuter town within the London commuter belt.

Tring Park School for the Performing Arts (formerly known as the Arts Educational School, Tring Park) is an independent specialist performing arts and academic school. It is located in Tring Mansion, Tring Park, and has 300 pupils.

The four Tring Reservoirs – Wilstone, Tringford, Startops End and Marsworth – were built to supply water for the canal. These have been a national nature reserve since 1955, and identified as a Site of Special Scientific Interest since 1987.[16] Nearby, within the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty[17] that almost surrounds the town, is the Ashridge Estate, part of the National Trust and home to Ashridge Business School.

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There is also an air cadet squadron in Tring (2457 Squadron) on New Road

Friday 1st July was Junior Trips Day - The 1st Form visited Whipsnade Zoo, while the 2nd and 3rd Form visited Hampton Court Palace and Stratford-Upon-Avon respectively.

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Join in with exhibitions, workshops and lots of natural history activities for the kids.

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The Natural History Museum at Tring offers a wide range of commercial activities, from private venue hire through to children's birthday parties.

Heygates Mill is a flour mill. Originally it was a windmill, and the company was run by William Mead. The windmill was demolished in 1910 to make way for a wheat storage silo. In those days, Mead lived on site, in a house next to the yard, and owned half the area taken by the mill of today. The remaining space was occupied by boat-builders, Bushell Brothers, who built narrowboats for the canal.

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Congratulations to all our students for their A-Level and BTEC results and a big thank you to all staff involved. The class of 2016 have achieved highly across all A-Levels with our A/A* percentage rising for the 3rd year in a row to 34.3%. We achieved our highest ever A* percentage across all subjects at A-Level and 77% achieved a Distinction or Distinction * in BTEC Performing Arts.

The Walter Rothschild building Akeman Street, Tring Hertfordshire, HP23 6AP

Monday 19 September Yr 11 Drama CA’s in lessons all week 12.00-3.20pm Yr 10 PE lesson out of school 6.30-7.30pm Workshadowing Information Evening, Des Hall

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Tring School is a state secondary school and sixth form with approximately 1,500 pupils (ages 11–18). It is located on Mortimer Hill on the east side of the town. It is now designated a Specialist Humanities College with History, Geography and English as its lead subjects. It has had Academy status since September 2012.

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Make sure your visit runs smoothly with this guide to facilities and access at the Museum at Tring.

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High Street, Tring, Hertfordshire Architecture by William Huckvale (1848-1936).

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.

On Hertfordshire County Council Tring is represented with one seat, currently held by the Liberal Democrats.[14]

Tring experiences an oceanic climate (Köppen climate classification Cfb) similar to almost all of the United Kingdom.