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Cirencester March Hare Festival

Recently the town of Cirencester launched the Cirencester March Hare Festival, and Rendcomb is thrilled to be a part of it. More than 30 spectacularly decorated hares will be dotted around Cirencester, and local villages, for people to visit throughout the summer as they travel along the “Hare Trail”. The hares will be displayed until September before being auctioned in October. 

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The end of term assembly brought with it lots to celebrate. An excellent poem, recited by Edward, music from Edwin, the last of the distinctions and certificates and of course the Easter Bonnet Parade! It was an exceptionally strong year and very hard for the judges to choose winners! Well done to Rebecca and Eric for their winning creations.

Happy Easter one and all!Easter Bonnet winners

 

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Nursery are Little green FrogsThe Otters performed their Easter Show at the end of term. The Nursery children entertained us as gorgeous little green frogs. They  did well to remember all  the words, actions  and signing to their songs! They all performed with smiles on their faces and with a definite spring in their step!

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Otters' Spring ConcertThe Otters took part in their Easter Spring Concert. The concert began with a Spring in my Step, sang beautifully by all of the children. The J2 children recited an exciting class poem, individual poems followed and a humorous performance by the speech and drama group. The J1 children recited their own poems and sang a very amusing and fun song about Farmer Pete and his lost sheep.

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Japanese students visit Rendcomb CollegeWe were lucky to be visited by 24 students from Japan who spent time with J5 teaching them how to do calligraphy and origami. It also gave J5 a chance to brush up on their Japanese greetings. The students then went on a tour of the school and had a traditional English High Tea in Clock hall.

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A Midsummer Night's DreamThe Junior School staff donned their thespian gowns and performed a very special adapted show of A Midsummer Night’s Dream for the pupils to celebrate Shakespeare week. The children loved seeing their teachers all dressed up and enjoyed all the funny twists and turns of the play.  A special mention must go to Mrs Lee for directing and organising it!

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Sport Relief at Rendcomb Over 140 children, form tutors, teachers and parents ran a mile around the Estate Gardens in aid of Sport Relief. When they were not running they were inside the sports hall completing many challenges and exercises. What started off as a lovely spring afternoon turned very quickly to heavy rain including hail! Undeterred the remaining children (and Mr Arnold who was completing his own challenge of running a half marathon) completed their runs. The children are hoping all their efforts will have raised lots of money for children less fortunate than themselves. Total raised £644 plus Gift Aid. Congratulations everyone and thank you for supporting this great cause.

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After a four day Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) integrated inspection in February 2014, carried out by eight experienced inspectors, it was determined that Rendcomb College is ‘successful in achieving its aim to be true to the founder’s vision to promote academic achievement, to provide breadth in co-curricular provision and to offer support within a family-centred environment’. The School was awarded either ‘excellent’ or ‘good’ grades across all areas and met with all the requirements Independent Schools’ Standards Regulations (2010) and The National Minimum Standards for Boarding Schools (2013).

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