Tring School Rebuild
Following a successful application to the Government’s Priority School Building Programme in February 2015, Tring School has secured significant funding from the Education and Skills Funding Authority (ESFA) to carry out a major rebuild of the school’s facilities.
The aim of the redevelopment is to provide a state-of-the art, safe and energy efficient teaching and learning environment which meets the outstanding standards we have set ourselves as a school.
The redevelopment of Tring School will be the largest school rebuild of its kind taking place in the UK over the next three years. The majority of our school buildings were first constructed in 1956 when we moved to our current site at Mortimer Hill. Whilst these buildings have served us well over many years, they are no longer fit for purpose.
This project is a huge opportunity for all of our students and the wider Tring community. Our priorities are to ensure that our school remains fully operational with no impact upon the quality of our students’ learning, disruption to local people is kept to a minimum and the project is carried out in partnership with our students, parents, local residents and Dacorum Borough Council.
The project will see a number of our old buildings taken down and being replaced with a new three story block to house new teaching spaces. There will also be a brand new sports centre built adjacent to the existing sports hall. Prior to this will be a major refurbishment of the swimming pool which is being largely funded by Dacorum Borough Council but in collaboration with Tring School.
The redevelopment will be undertaken in a series of phases over the next three years.
We look forward to updating you on our progress on this hugely exciting redevelopment project.