Promising to let children be ‘free to be themselves’, Rendcomb College in Cirencester is an independent day and boarding school for boys and girls between the ages of three and 18, which celebrated its centenary year in 2020.
The school aims to develop thoughtful, adventurous and academically ambitious young people, who are prepared to succeed in the future.
Rendcomb cites its strong pastoral system for its ability to assist with the physical, spiritual and mental wellbeing of its 400 pupils and provides a range of after school activities to help promote character development, leadership skills and teamworking.
Alongside its core subjects, Rendcomb’s pupils are encouraged to pursue interests in sport, music, drama, the arts and outdoor education – which are all considered to be equally important to the school’s curriculum.
Surrounded by rolling hills and extensive parkland, Rendcomb College is located within the Gloucestershire Cotswolds and is easily accessible from both Cheltenham and Cirencester.
Its also opened its new sixth form centre in January 2020, housed in the centre of the campus inside a Grade II listed old rectory building.