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  • Register to attend our next Open Event at Rendcomb College.

    Published 04/01/21

    Register to attend our next Open Event at Rendcomb College.

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  • How to secure funding for private school

    Published 22/12/21

    From bursaries to scholarships, what are the funding options available?

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  • How to choose the right school for your child

    Published 22/12/21

    Choosing a private school for your child’s needs

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  • Life at Music Boarding School

    Published 16/12/21

    What are the benefits of music for pupils and how does Rendcomb College cater for those wishing to pursue a career in the music industry?

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  • Rendcomb College Senior Carol Service 2021

    Published 14/12/21
    We are very proud to present this year's Carol Service from Cirencester Parish Church.
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  • Oxbridge Interviews 2021

    Published 07/12/21
    An Amazing Year For Some Of Our Sixth Form Applicants
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  • Things to do in Gloucestershire over Christmas 2021

    Published 02/12/21

    Fun festive things for our pupils to do in their free time at boarding school

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  • Drama Boarding School

    Published 01/11/21

    What are the benefits of drama for pupils and how does Rendcomb College cater for those wishing to pursue a career in the creative arts?
    Acting, singing and dancing are all thriving and exciting parts of life at Rendcomb College. Every year senior productions are staged, alternating between plays and musicals, with recent productions including "We Will Rock You," “The Crucible” and “Les Misérables.” From costume design to stage management and lighting, everyone is encouraged to take part. The hard work really does pay off - the productions are simply spectacular!
     

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  • Life After Sixth Form

    Published 01/11/21

    At Rendcomb College, we understand that each and every pupil is different. It is why we tailor their learning and growth to their unique individual needs, particularly when preparing them for life after sixth form. 

    For some pupils, going to university is the right next step. But that isn’t always the case. This is why we work with our sixth form pupils to guide and prepare them for life after sixth form, helping them to develop a plan that works for their unique needs and long-term aspirations. Part of this plan development includes exploring all options available to them such as apprenticeships, employment and more.

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  • How to Prepare for Boarding School

    Published 22/10/21

    At Rendcomb College, we are a family so when a pupil stays late or overnight, they are staying at their home-from-home with their friends, caring Houseparents and exceptional pastoral teams. We want our boarders to feel comfortable, which is why they are welcome and encouraged to bring whatever they need to make their room their own!

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  • The Benefits of Flexible Boarding

    Published 22/10/21

    Rendcomb College, based in the heart of the Cotswolds, is an independent school for boys and girls, offering flexible boarding options to pupils aged 11 and over. This includes full, weekly, selective night and occasional boarding, as well as late stay, giving both parents and pupils plenty of schedule flexibility. There are many benefits for pupils who board with us - from the community, we offer to the support we provide. Here are some of the top benefits that boarding at Rendcomb College offers.

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  • Is Boarding School Worth it?

    Published 24/08/21

    Taking the leap into investing into a private and/or boarding school education is an exciting time for both parents and pupils, as it means new beginnings. But with so many high-profile and well-regarded schools taking admissions, how do you know which one is best for sending your child to, and which one will make the most of your funds? It's no secret that private and boarding schools can be expensive, so the question lies, is boarding school worth it?

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