Following the Department for Education’s publication of the country’s School Performance Tables last week, Rob Jones, Head of Rendcomb College has said he is “delighted by Rendcomb’s improved standing.”
Of the independent schools in the county, Rendcomb College is ranked top for Progress and second for students achieving three A Level grades at AAB or higher where at least two are in ‘facilitating subjects’ – subjects preferred for entry into Russell Group universities.
Head Rob Jones explained: “The latest crop of A Level results at Rendcomb College saw our students achieving an average of three As across the board with 95% of students being offered places at their chosen universities. We encourage our pupils to learn from both success and failure and these results reflect their efforts along with the excellent support given in and out of the classroom.”
"We educate the whole child at Rendcomb, encouraging pupils to be the best version of themselves"
He continued: “We educate the whole child at Rendcomb, encouraging pupils to be the best version of themselves; our small class sizes throughout the school enable us to tailor our approach to educating each individual which is apparent in our results.”
Renowned for providing an enriched and broad-ranging education, Rendcomb College is a day and boarding school set in the heart of the Cotswold countryside for boys and girls aged 3 to 18. The great outdoors, leadership and life experiences are just as important as classroom learning; pupils embark on the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, participate in weekly Forest School and bush craft sessions, volunteer within the community and follow a leadership programme.