arts ed london
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The Arts Educational Schools London, is an independent secondary school and higher education provider based in Chiswick, West London.
The Arts Educational Schools have their origin in schools founded in 1919 by Grace Cone and in 1922 by Olive Ripman. The Cone and Ripman schools were pioneers in providing talented children with a general academic education in conjunction with specialised training in dance, drama, music and art, preparing young men and women for professional careers in or connected with the theatre. In 1939 the two schools amalgamated to become the Cone Ripman School.
Our specially trained performing arts experts, called Bigfooters, visit schools to make learning irresistible! They can work in any educational setting and bring with them a wealth of skills and techniques to help children realise their unique gifts and talents whilst encouraging them to explore ways to use positive behaviours and interactions with each other.
Established in January 2000 Bigfoot has become a leading light in the field of arts education across the UK.
Tring Park School aims to be the leading provider of specialist Performing Arts training which is combined with a rigorous academic education. It offers a multitude of opportunities for young people who show an outstanding talent for the Performing Arts, whilst still recognising the importance of academic studies.
Tring Park School provides a stimulating community for gifted young people, regardless of means or background, who have a passion for Acting, Dance, Music or Musical Theatre. The School is dedicated to the provision of an education which allows each individual to reach their potential both artistically and academically. Pupils will leave the school with expertise, determination and confidence to succeed in the future.
ArtsEd deliver outstanding Musical Theatre & Acting degree courses, award winning Day School & Sixth Form education & exceptional part-time courses.
ArtsEd is an internationally renowned centre of excellence for the study of the performing arts, offering outstanding conservatoire training in Musical Theatre, Dance and Drama to students from age 11 onwards.
ArtsEd comprises four distinct schools. The School of Musical Theatre and the School of Acting offer full-time BA and MA courses in Musical Theatre and Acting to 270 students. The Independent Day School and Sixth Form provides 240 pupils aged between 11 and 18 with outstanding vocational training alongside an excellent academic education. Finally, ArtsEd Extra focuses on outreach and community provision, engaging with prospective students around the country through workshops and training sessions as well as drawing in a wide array of the local community to share in our facilities and expert staff through term-time and holiday courses for people of all ages and abilities.