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Watching EPQ presentations this week I have been reminded of the myriad of opportunities @rendcombcollege to develop speaking skills. Pupil led assemblies, L2L oracy lessons, Suffolk group debating, BeeGees presentations, LAMDA etc. etc. It's no wonder pupils are so good at it!
Year 12 100% Centenary scholarships high on the agenda at the sixth form information evening @RendcombCollege. We are determined to widen access to the excellent education on offer. Don't be shy; we want to talk to you! Applications close 29th of November so get in touch soon.
As the #GeneralElection2019 approaches, we are all being bombarded with political and economic information. On display in the #Library @rendcombcollege this week are some accessible and thought-provoking books about Politics and Economics to help you better understand it all. https://t.co/LlykPDkCp6
RT @MusicRendcomb: 2) We are delighted to share a few sneaky videos from last night's excellent concert given by Greg Abate, on sax, James...
Our Senior School has three main entry points; 11+, 13+ and 16+.
Our Nursery welcomes children from the term they turn 3 years old and the Junior School welcomes applications throughout the year for all year groups; from Reception to Year 6.
We know how important a caring environment is for our pupils and our Houses provide a real home from home. Pupils both past and present talk fondly of the ‘Rendcomb Family’.
We employ a ‘buddy’ system, ensuring that new members of the community make friends easily and settle in quickly.
Rendcomb College dates back to 1920 when it was founded by Frederick Noel Hamilton Wills whose uncle and cousins had earlier endowed buildings at Bristol University.
While the school draws closer to its centenary, we maintain a vision and ethos that remains true to Wills’ original values of providing an inclusive and broad-ranging education for its pupils.