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  • What Makes Private Schools Different?

    Published 24/08/21

    Each and every pupil that attends an educational institution will have a different school experience. Their interests may be alternative to their peers and family, they may be more creative than academic, or perhaps they’re looking for guidance towards their dream careers. But what makes private schools different from state-funded schools? Here are just a few of the benefits of private schools like Rendcomb College.

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  • Rendcomb College Pupils Celebrate a Successful GCSE Year

    Published 12/08/21

    Hot on the heels of the A-Level results, this years’ GCSE pupils at Rendcomb College have once again delivered a great outcome in what has been a tumultuous year for pupils.

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  • Incredibly Well-Earned A-Level results for Rendcomb College‚Äôs Sixth Form Students

    Published 10/08/21
    A little over 19 months ago the world had not heard of COVID-19. Sixth Formers at Rendcomb College were looking forward to the start of the Lent term and finishing off their first year of A-Level studies with great enthusiasm. Come March 2020 h
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  • Another Award Shortlist Success for Rendcomb College

    Published 02/07/21

    It's been quite a year for Rendcomb College, a beautiful co-educational day and boarding school for 3-18 year olds set in the heart of the Cotswolds.

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  • Old Rendcombian Success: Issy Bailey, Team GB

    Published 12/04/21

    Old Rendcombian and Team GB Athlete, Issy Bailey, shares her inspirational story during an evening Q&A, with former teachers and pupils of Rendcomb College. 

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  • TES IS Awards Nomination Success!

    Published 01/04/21


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  • Old Rendcombian Success: James Rose, Bridgerton

    Published 17/03/21

    At Rendcomb College we pride ourselves on our fantastic performing arts facilities and the budding creatives who pass through the theatre doors each week. For Old Rendcombian James Rose, 25, his acting career has gone from strength to strength, having recently appeared in Netlfix's period drama, Bridgerton.

    As part of our Old Rendcombian series, James reflects on his time at Rendcomb College and how his early acting days have helped develop his career in the entertainment industry.

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  • Life After Rendcomb - Choosing a University or Career Path

    Published 10/02/21

    At Rendcomb College we are confident that the educational journey we provide gives our students the best preparation for life after college.

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  • UK Independent School Pupils Secure Prestigious Oxbridge Scholarship

    Published 29/01/21

    What is there to do to pass the time when you’re not in lessons, and a national lock down means you’re not able to go out much? For three Rendcomb College boarding school pupils, the answer was to enter into the prestigious Immerse Education Essay Competition.

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  • Online Learning Resources for Pupils and Parents

    Published 22/01/21

    As education has well and truly gone virtual, there are a plethora of learning resources online that can help benefit students during their home studies. From art and photography, maths, computing and general tools to aid studying; the digital sphere has opened up like never before, presenting plenty of opportunities to keep on top of school life away from the classroom.

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  • Remote Learning at Rendcomb College

    Published 22/01/21

    Over the last twelve months education across the board has been revolutionised. Overnight in March 2020 schools were shut, teachers turned to technology and classrooms came to terms with a new way of working due to the pandemic. Whilst Rendcomb College was unable to carry out our esteemed educational program face to face, we were in a prime position to persevere and provide a new way of teaching that continues to be of a high standard and highly regarded by parents and students alike. Head of Teaching and Learning Natalie Johnston reflects on its success. 

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  • The Show Must Go On - Remote Musical Learning

    Published 22/01/21

    ‘If music be the food of love, play on’. This famous quote from Shakespeare's Twelfth Night stood the test of time throughout the Spanish Flu during the First World War and Influenza post the Second World War, where music could still be played in public. Sadly, due to the Covid-19 Pandemic concert halls were shut, record stores closed and choirs a distant memory. But what did this mean for young people who were still eager to learn a musical instrument?

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