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It gives us great pleasure to introduce ourselves as the Head of Tring School and Chief Executive of the Ridgeway Learning Partnership.

Img 8865resizedIt is heartening to lead a school where the vision and Christian values are centred on maximising the potential in every young person. By supporting your child’s individual aspirations and dreams, the wider community also benefits.  

An education is very powerful and can change lives for the better. There can be no excuse for any of us in this partnership for not doing our utmost to encourage our children’s desire to learn, explore opportunities and seek continuous improvement.

The students at Tring School are a credit to their families, the School and the community. They are polite and courteous and demonstrate honesty and trustworthiness. These qualities create young people with outstanding characters who will be ready for their next steps in life.   We summarise this ethos into creating successful learners (wisdom), confident individuals (hope) and responsible citizens (comprehensive community).

To harness all of this success we have excellent staff that go above and beyond to meet the needs of each child.  We have the privilege of nurturing, supporting and developing the skills in young people through lessons, tutor time, assemblies, Christian Worship, visits and many extra-curricular events.

At Tring School we expect great things from your children. We will continue to be unrelenting in the pursuit of the highest standards of academic success, behaviours and contribution to our school. However, we can only do this if the staff and governors have your full and unwavering support.  Together we can ensure each child fulfils our motto of ‘Live to Learn and Learn to Live’.

Sally Ambrose & Susanna Collings

We were very proud to be invited to be part of the Parliamentary Review for Secondary Schools 2016-17 - if you would like to take a look, this link will take you directly to the review of our school.  

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    Sue Collings @TringSchool - 28 March 2020A huge thank you to all the staff in @tringschool and Grove Road Primary who have been supporting key worker families and vulnerable children. The extensive use of @GoogleForEdu has been amazing from both schools. Feedback has been very positive.
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    Tring School English @TringSchool - 27 March 2020Set up your calendar alerts for these amazing opportunities to watch fabulous plays streamed free every Thursday at 7pm. https://t.co/iZQRQQgEft
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    @TringSchool - 27 March 2020As you can't go to the zoo right now, Chester Zoo will bring the zoo to you! Join them LIVE on their Facebook page from 10am when they will be throwing open their 'virtual gates.' @chesterzoo @SueCollings_RLP https://t.co/lFfX3M7Ohu
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    @TringSchool - 26 March 2020We would like to say a huge thank you for all the supportive messages our teachers and Mrs Ambrose have received this week. Thank you for taking the time to get in touch, as it really means a great deal to everyone at Tring School. https://t.co/wKYGyWCDeg
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    @TringSchool - 26 March 2020We would like to share the Herts Police Facebook link regarding groups of older children and young adults. Please take the time to read their message. Thank you. https://t.co/96fzqUjZdZ
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    Tring Sch Sixth Form @TringSchool - 26 March 2020Please download and fill in your details on the Good Sam App if you’re able to help and give your time in any way. You do have to be over 18 but we’re sure many of you will be able to contribute really positively. Please spread the word! https://t.co/pSA6aCBakv https://t.co/nVjvL1B0zt
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    Tring School LRC @TringSchool - 26 March 2020A terrific opportunity to listen to #HowToTrainYourDragon from @CressidaCowell https://t.co/9lLlYe59YG
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    Tring School English @TringSchool - 26 March 2020This is fantastic! Macbeth, Merchant, Romeo and Juliet and Hamlet productions available to watch online! Great resource. https://t.co/l9EeBuAk3T
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    Tring School Drama @TringSchool - 26 March 2020Today our home learning lessons continued as Y8 students took part in a hot-seating character development exercise and Y12 students spent time refining their Component 1 Creative Logs. Teaching Drama from home is a challenge that we are determined to master! 💪
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    Tring School PRS @TringSchool - 25 March 2020Year 10. Retrival practice. What do you remember about the Incarnation? Quote? Relevence to Trinity? https://t.co/1OupcKa3A0
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