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Rendcomb College

Rendcomb College

Full Street Address:
Rendcomb, Cirencester Gloucestershire, GL7 7HA

Head Teacher: Mr Rob Jones BA(Hons), Med

Number Of Pupils (11-18): 260

Nearest Airport : London – Heathrow

Boys/Girls/Co-Ed: Co-Ed

Boarding Fees: Years 7 and 8 – £7480 per term Year 9 – £9605 per term Years 10-13 – £9885 per term

International Scholarships for ASIS Pupils:
Rendcomb College offers substantial ASIS Scholarships for students who will add value to the school community. All scholars are expected, as a condition of their award, to show commitment and good behaviour in college.  Scholarships are reviewed annually and students’ academic and behavioural record is taken into account as well as their commitment to their field of excellence. All awards are subject to availability’


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Who will it suit?

Young people with good academic abilities but who recognise the value of putting in the effort to become fully-rounded citizens of the world. The many different nationalities easily blend with pupils from the local area. There are multiple opportunities to study music, drama and the arts, along with more traditional UK A-level subjects. The pupils have a strong sense of caring for their environment and each other.


Many move on to top UK universities with a few applications each year to Oxford and Cambridge. Artistic destinations also feature strongly. Recent investment in new IT facilities and strong academic support in that area have given an added boost to those students wanting to pursue computer and maths based studies.


Younger students are closely cared for by an enthusiastic and experienced group of boarding house parents.  As the youngsters mature, more freedoms are given to allow a sense of independence and responsibility to emerge. Rendcomb has a strong house and tutor system which ensures that pupils receive the appropriate support where necessary to enable them to develop into an adult who is confident, tolerant and caring.


Set in beautiful English parkland in the Cotswolds, this former country house, owned by one of the UK’s most benevolent educational philanthropists, is now home to around 400 international and UK students who achieve very good academic results in an atmosphere which encourages personal responsibility and independent learning. With the centenary of the School just a few years away, Rendcomb continues to thrive and even in these modern times, deliver the Founder’s vision of educating the whole child.