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  • Spring Open Mornings 2018

    Published 16/01/18

    Book now for our Spring Open Mornings 2018.

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  • Spring Forest School Event

    Published 16/01/18

    BOOK NOW: Spring Forest School for preschool children aged 2+ and parents on Friday, 23 March 2018 at Rendcomb College.

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  • Students explore literary works in this year’s House Party

    Published 16/02/18

    On Friday, 26 January, Rendcomb College Sixth Form students travelled to Dorset for this year’s Literary House Party.

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  • Rendcomb pupil selected in Gloucestershire squad

    Published 13/02/18

    Year 9 pupil, Dylan Summers, has been selected to represent Gloucestershire in the coming Handball season.

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  • Easter Activity Camp

    Published 13/02/18

    The Activity Camp is back for Easter!

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  • Choral Society Concert 23 March

    Published 09/02/18

    Booking is now open for the Choral Society Concert on Friday, 23 March in the Griffin Theatre.

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  • Head of Biology up for Teacher of the Year Award

    Published 09/02/18

    Mrs Natalie Johnston, Head of Biology at Rendcomb College, is one of three teachers who have been shortlisted for the School Biology Teacher of the Year Award 2018 with the Royal Society of Biology. The award, recognises the very best and most inspiring biology teachers in 11-18 education in the UK, and the winner will be announced in July.

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  • Ju-don’t want to mess with this Silver medallist

    Published 02/02/18

    A Rendcomb College pupil has won a silver medal representing the school at the British Judo Association’s ‘Just for Girls’  competition on Saturday, 27 January.

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  • Strong start to season for Rendcomb Lacrosse

    Published 30/01/18

    Rendcomb College’s Lacrosse teams have started the season strongly with a number of wins against tough opposition.

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  • Charity Channel Swim for Ted

    Published 22/01/18

    A Rendcomb College Junior School pupil has swum the length of the English Channel over the course of ten weeks to raise money for a charity.

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  • BBC Introducing artist performs charity concert at her old school

    Published 22/01/18

    Old Rencombian Holly Phelps, known by her stage name IORA, performed with some of her her friends and old classmates at Rendcomb College’s new Griffin Theatre in an evening of music and comedy on Saturday, 13 January to raise money for CHYP (Cirencester Housing for Young People).

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  • Bard of Windmill Hill gives storytelling masterclass

    Published 22/01/18

    Rendcomb College pupils from Years 5 to 8 welcomed the award winning storyteller, Trevor Carter, to the Griffin Theatre for a day of poetry workshops.

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