Rendcomb College - Advertisement Feature
Situated in over 200 acres of beautiful Cotswold countryside, Rendcomb College is an HMC co-educational, boarding and day school for 3- 18 year olds which provides a stimulating, challenging and exciting all-round education.
"The only aristocracy is the aristocracy of brains and character” Noel Wills, Founder of Rendcomb College
Situated in over 200 acres of beautiful Cotswold countryside, Rendcomb College is an HMC co-educational, boarding and day school for 3- 18 year olds which provides a stimulating, challenging and exciting all-round education. Our pupils achieve excellent academic results with 100% pass rate at A level and 93 % at GCSE this year with over two thirds graded A*-B.
Rendcomb College is committed to educating the whole child, where sporting, dramatic, artistic, musical and cultural activities are valued as highly as academic achievements. We provide an exceptional educational experience for our pupils in a family environment which both cares for the needs of the individual and encourages mutual support. We aim to give our pupils the best preparation for the rest of their lives.
Sharing the same site as the senior school affords the Junior School a range of outstanding facilities including a drama theatre, sports hall, music block, and an astroturf. A broad range of opportunities exists for children, inside and outside the classroom, and the development of a huge Art & Design suite along with massive investment in ICT, reflects the school’s commitment to a diverse curriculum. The School was recently chosen as “Outdoor Setting of the Year” at the prestigious “Eye” magazine’s Early Years Award ceremony held in London.
We are very proud of the principle on which Noel Wills founded Rendcomb College in 1920. His vision was to provide an excellent education within a comfortable and friendly atmosphere. Eighty years on, Rendcomb still has these distinctive qualities and the Wills family continue to support the College, giving us financial strength and assisting in the development of our first class facilities.
We hope that this gives you a flavour of some of the features which we feel passionate about at Rendcomb, a sense of what we value, how we work and how we play. If you think that Rendcomb could be the right school for your child, please come and see us for yourself. When you visit, you will tour the school with a pupil while lessons are going on and meet our housestaff.
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Are next two events are:13+ Entrance and Scholarships Exams - Thursday 24th February 2011
For more information, please contact our Admissions Registrar on 01285 832306 or by email on email@example.com or visit our website
Junior School Open Morning - Friday 4th March 2011 9 am - 12 noon. Come and see the school on a normal working day.
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