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Encyclopedia > The Arts Educational School, Tring Park

The Arts Educational School, Tring Park, provides a secondary level academic curriculum along side vocational performance courses in Dance, Drama and Music. The school is mainly boarding and is housed in a former Rothschild family mansion in Tring, Hertfordshire. Rothschild Coat of Arms The Mayer Amschel Rothschild family is a successful banking and finance dynasty of German Jewish origin that established operations across Europe, and was ennobled by the Austro-Hungarian and British governments. ... Map sources for Tring at grid reference SP924117 Tring is a small market town in the Chiltern Hills in Hertfordshire, England with a population 13,000. ... Hertfordshire (pronounced Hartfordshire or Harfordshire and abbreviated as Herts) is an inland county in the United Kingdom, officially part of the East of England Government region. ...


The school has occupied the site since 1945 following the mansion's wartime role as the Rothschild Bank, and was exclusively an establishment for girls until 1993 in which year boys were first enrolled.


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Tring is a small market town in the Chiltern Hills in Hertfordshire, England with a population of 13,000.
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Gerald Massey – poet, literary critic, Egyptologist and Spiritualist – was born nearby at Gamnel Wharf, New Mill, on the Wendover Branch of the Grand Union Canal.
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Tring is positioned at a low point in the Chiltern hills range, which has been utilised by communications links since ancient times as a point of easy crossing.
Tring railway cutting is 2.5 miles in length and an average of 40 feet deep and is celebrated in an 1839 coloured lithograph by John Cooke Bourne in the National Portrait Gallery, London.
Horse-runs at Tring Cutting, Hertfordshire, 19 June 1837 by John Cooke Bourne which is on display at the National Portrait Gallery, London.
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