Rendcomb College is inviting families with children aged three to 10-years-old to discover its Junior School Open Morning on Friday 4 March 2022.
One of the Cotswolds’ leading independent schools is giving prospective pupils and their parents a chance to get a taste of what life is like at the college, meet the staff and see the school in action.
Visitors can explore the facilities at its countryside campus, set within acres of parkland just outside Cirencester – including the forest school, sports facilities and science labs. Rendcomb’s admissions team will also be on hand to answer any questions and provide information about scholarships and bursaries at the college.
Welcoming boys and girls to its 400-strong community, pupils at Rendcomb College get to know and make friends with people of all ages and backgrounds through its shared house system.
As well as regular forest school sessions where junior school pupils can enjoy the great outdoors, children at Rendcomb can take part in a range of co-curricular activities including art club; crafts like knitting and stitching; sports from martial arts to clay pigeon shooting; and much more – with the choice of activities growing as children progress through the school.
With small class sizes and outstanding pastoral care, Rendcomb aims to help its junior school pupils develop confidence and fulfil their potential in everything they do. It also helps them to prepare to transition from junior school, with many children continuing their education at Rendcomb College Senior School.
Anyone wishing to attend the Junior School Open Morning at Rendcomb College must register for a place online in advance at rendcombcollege.org.uk.
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