Clubs & Extracurricular

"The school offers pupils an extremely wide range of extracurricular activities. Pupils are enthusiastic about the many trips, visits and cultural activities organised by the school because it helps them to understand what they are studying in greater depth".

Ofsted November 2017

There are a vast array of clubs and extracurricular opportunities at Tring School. In Year 7 every child has to join an in school club and they can choose from a huge variety (see below). Students are also encouraged to participate in out of school clubs because all the evidence shows that when children and young people voluntarily participate in a range of exciting activities, their appetite for learning increases which in turn can lead to better attendance, behaviour and attainment levels.

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Summer timetables

Volunteering Opportunities

  • Form Prefects
  • Helping Year 7 Transition
  • Open Evening Tour Guide
  • Running a stall at an Enterprise Market
  • Year 8 Buddies
  • Google Champions
  • Junior Ambassadors (Bold Voices)
  • Life Coaches
  • Form Prefects
  • Open Evening Tour Guide (Year 6 & GCSE)
  • Running a stall at an Enterprise Market
  • Leading a Club
  • Helping Year 7 Transistion
  • Year 7 Mentoring
  • Holiday Initiatives (eg Food Bank at Christmas)
  • Junior Ambassadors (Bold Voices)
  • Subject Ambassadors
  • Lifeguarding
  • Lead/Support a Club
  • Supporting House Competitions
  • Officiation Fixtures
  • Form Prefects
  • Reading Buddies
  • Maths Buddies
  • Open Evening Tour Guide
  • Running a stall at an Enterprise Market
  • House Captains
  • Year 7 Mentoring
  • Social Committee
  • Head Student Team

Subjects identifying Sixth Form help:

  • Art
  • Computer Science
  • PE
  • MFL
  • Geography
  • History

Clubs in the Local Area

Tring Athletic Football Club welcome footballers of all ages. 2373 300
Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust in association with the National History Museum at Tring and The Wildlife Trusts led assemblies in school to talk about volunteering. Capture
Air Training Corps in Tring for Years 8 and above meet Mondays and Thursdays from 7.15 - 9.30pm in New Road, New Mill, Tring. ATC Tring
Army Cadets Tring Branch for Year 8 and above hold their meetings in Tring School on Wednesdays from 7.00 - 9.00pm. 1200px acf logo
Tring Youth Club meet on Friday evenings and are based in the Temperance Hall on Christchurch Road.  For more information please look at their Facebook page.  
Please look at this Powerpoint Presentation from Support4Dacorum to learning about volunteering and how you can support our local community. Screen shot 2018 10 12 at 110942


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