Tring: best-rated primary and secondary schools

Tring is the kind of place parents dream off: good state primary schools and a good community comprehensive school
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The Tring Park School of Performing Arts is within the former Rothschild mansion

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Most of Tring’s primary schools are judged “good” by the government’s education watchdog Ofsted. Goldfields Infants (ages three to seven) in Christchurch Road is judged “outstanding” as is St Bartholomew’s CofE in Wigginton.

Tring School in Mortimer Hill is the local comprehensive; it gets above average results at GCSE and is judged to be “good”. The Grove close to Tring School and the station is the most popular area. Four-bedroom detached family houses sell there for between £500,000 and £1  million, depending on size and plot area.

Some parents, though, opt for the grammar schools in Aylesbury. Francis House Prep (ages three to 11) in Aylesbury Road is the local private prep school.

Tring Park School for Performing Arts (co-ed, ages eight to 18) is a well-respected private performing arts school that occupies the grand former Rothschild mansion.


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