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If you go down to the woods today you shouldn’t be surprised to find science, art, creative writing and even drama going on. Rendcomb College’s Forest School is the real thing, a bosky paradise complete with... Turns out happy, confident...

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Set in over 230 acres of beautiful Cotswold countryside, midway between Cirencester and Cheltenham, Rendcomb College Junior School has a flourishing nursery class for 3 to 4 year olds and excellent staff to ensure each child develops and learns at their own pace within a warm caring environment. This experience provides a flexible and ideal springboard for the child's transition into the Junior School. Sharing the same site as Rendcomb College (ages 11 to 18), affords the Junior School a range of outstanding facilities including a drama theatre, sports hall, music block and an all weather artificial playing field. Spacious, bright and well resourced classrooms create a stimulating environment for learning.

A broad range of opportunities exist for children, inside and outside the classroom, and the opening of a huge Art & Design suite along with investment in ICT, reflects the schools commitment to a diverse curriculum. Rendcomb College Junior School hosts the largest Forest School in the county and a unique outdoor woodland classroom where children learn about their environment and how to care for it.
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What The Good Schools Guide says

If you go down to the woods today you shouldn’t be surprised to find science, art, creative writing and even drama going on. Rendcomb College’s Forest School is the real thing, a bosky paradise complete with... Turns out happy, confident all rounders who don’t mind getting their feet wet.

Head of Juniors

Since September 2015, Victoria Beevers, previously deputy head at Dean Close Prep. She has also taught at Cheltenham College Prep and Thomas's. Married to Al, she has one daughter and is a keen runner and cyclist.

Entrance

Into nursery at rising 3 from local pre-schools. Shadow/taster day for youngest. Assessments in English, maths and VRQ plus report from current school for 7+, with a new scholarship available.

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