A Level joy for students at Tring Park School for the Performing Arts

Tring Park School for the Performing Arts is celebrating another successful year with the announcement of this year’s exceptional A level exam results. Over 45 per cent of students attained A*-A grades and 74 per cent A*-B, which is well above the national average (A*-A 36 per cent and A*-B 62 per cent). This demonstrates that the school’s holistic approach to its young people’s development produces resilient individuals, willing to work hard to achieve excellence. 


Principal Stefan Anderson comments: “We are thrilled that our Sixth Form students have yet again achieved such wonderful grades in their A levels this year. We are particularly proud of these results given that our students work with a dual curriculum, including significant vocational commitments, demanding their time, energy, and creativity.”  


“These results are only possible due to the positive attitude of our students and the integrated support given by an outstanding team of academic, vocational, and pastoral staff. Given the disruption of Covid and the fact these were their first external examinations, it makes the news even more pleasing”, explains Anderson. 


As befits a dual curriculum school, the students have confirmed offers of places from top universities, with 93 per cent being accepted by their first choice of academic course, as well as renowned vocational establishments.  

These include: 

· Arts Educational School, London 

· University of The Arts London 

· Bath Spa 

· University of Brighton – Fine Arts 

· University of Bristol – Theatre and English, English Literature 

· Bristol Old Vic Theatre School 

· University of Exeter – Drama, English and Drama, Geography 

· Guildhall School of Music and Drama 

· Imperial College – Design Engineering 

· University of Leeds – English Literature 

· Leeds Conservatoire – Popular Music and Classical Music 

· University of London, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama – Writing for Performance 

· LMA – Musical Theatre 

· LIPA – Music, Song writing and production 

· Manchester Metropolitan University – Health and Exercise Science 

· New York Film Academy 

· Nottingham Trent – Music Production 

· Oxford Brooks – Nursing 

· Queen Mary, University of London – Politics and International Relations 

· Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance – Acting and Acting and Musicianship 

· Royal Northern College of Music – Pop and Classical Music 

· University of Southampton – Marketing, Biology and Marine Biology 

· University College London – Comparative Literature 

· Urdang – Professional Dance and Musical Theatre