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Congratulations to Jacob  Davidge
Congratulations to Jacob  Davidge who has taken a step closer to fulfilling the dream of a full-time career in football by going on trial at Bris...

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Rendcomb Sixth Form: A taste of Army Life
  A group of Rendcomb Sixth Formers was asked to participate in a pilot project for the Army Reserve. This was huge honour and the  group, ...

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The Wizard of OZJ3-J6 were transported from Kansas to Oz last week in their production of The Wizard of OZ. The audience waited with anticipation as the lights came up on the cast. The Munchkins looked amazing in their rainbow coloured costumes, as did all the J6 main characters, with all their make-up on.  Who can forget the appearance of the cyclone and the singing and dancing yellow brick road!
Everyone went on the journey following the yellow brick road with Dorothy (in her ruby slippers), Toto, the Scarecrow, Tin Man and Lion to the glittering gates of Oz. After a successful mission to kill the Wicked Witch of the West and the revelation that the Wizard of OZ was not a wizard at all, Dorothy and her new friends realised that they had the ability to fulfil their own dreams themselves, with a little guidance from Glinda, the good witch. Singing and dancing along to the old classic songs, all pupils left with huge smiles on their faces, having all grown so much in self-confidence.
What an amazing experience and my thanks go out to all who helped make it possible for me to share my vision of Oz with you. It’s out on DVD soon.

Mrs Brealy (who is still finding green glitter everywhere!)
 

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In an article by The Good School’s Guide published in The Telegraph on Friday 20th June, Rendcomb College’s Headmaster Roland Martin has been singled out as one of the “Ten Heads to watch”.

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Military Historian Spends the Day with Rendcombians
In continued support for the tri services charity, Red White and Blue Day, Rendcombians played an integral part in helping the charity commemorate the First World War. Students from Forms 1-6 worked with Military Historian Andy Robertshaw to help make a movie about wartime food as well taste some modern day rations and even hear about Andy’s work on Spielberg’s Warhorse.

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This Is Tomorrow

Rendcomb has a tradition of strong artists and recently began exhibiting their work at local establishments. This year’s exhibition ‘This is Tomorrow’ will soon open at Cheltenham’s Paragon Gallery.

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Two Rendcombians successfully competed in the in the inaugural Olympic Schools Experience, a shooting competition meant to introduce schools to Olympic style shooting and provide them with a pathway into Olympic shooting. The day was the brainchild of Ian Coley MBE, the former GB shotgun coach who supported Richard Faulds and Peter Wilson to Olympic success.

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In the year commemorating Shakespeare’s 450th birthday, Rendcomb will be hosting a Potted Shakespeare Festival on Tuesday 17th June at 7pm. Students from Forms 1-6 will be performing extracts and shortened versions of a collection of Shakespeare’s plays throughout Rendcomb’s scenic campus.

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