Wynstones School

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Church Lane
Whaddon
Gloucester
GL4 0UF
01452 429220
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Pupils
292
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Ages
3 - 19
Gender
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Mixed
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Type
Other independent school
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NATIONAL AVG. 2.05
Independent inspection report
(30/11/17)
81%
NATIONAL AVG. 60%
5+ GCSEs grade 9-4 (standard pass or above) or A*-C including English and maths
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: Wynstones Steiner Waldorf School is situated in a rural location south of Gloucester. The school was founded in 1937 and provides education based on the Steiner Waldorf curriculum alongside GCSE and Advanced level courses in the upper school. A total of 268 pupils currently attend the school between the ages of three and eighteen, including twenty-six below compulsory school age in the Kindergarten and seven girls above compulsory school age in the sixth form. There are no pupils who have statements of special educational needs, although the school identifies forty-six pupils as requiring support for varying degrees of learning difficulty, such as dyslexia. A further fifty-seven pupils are recorded as being either gifted or talented. The school has links with other Steiner Waldorf schools in Europe and the school population includes twelve German pupils. Support for pupils for whom English is an additional language (EAL) is provided as necessary. The school was last inspected in November 2009.

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News & events from Wynstones School

Last update: 03 May 2019

OPEN DAYS 2015/16

Come and join us for our Open Days where you will see Lower, Middle and Upper School classes

   Open Days - 2015

  • Tuesday 10th November - 1:00pm - 3:30pm

Our 2016 Open Days are yet to be confirmed - check back here soon - or visit wynstones.com

To BOOK please visit wynstones.com or call 01452 429220

In Kindergarten (3-6 years) a Kindergarten teacher will explain the day and how the children learn through rhythm, imitation and exploring the natural world, the quietness of story-time as the children take the traditional fairy tales deep into their inner world, and the activity as the children go about their business of play. You will see the children during their outside playtime.

In the Lower School (6-14 years) you can see the solid foundations are laid for academic learning as we teach the whole child, ‘Hands, Head and Heart’. Watch as they learn through movement and artistic exploration. 

In the Upper School (14-18 years) you will hear the pupils engaged in their morning singing as they prepare for the rigour of the day's academic work. The combined Waldorf and exam curriculum offers the pupils a breadth of experience alongside an study timetable which marks Wynstones out academically.

You can bring your children along if you need to, however it may be a long time for younger children to have to observe and listen to adults talking. We suggest that it is better to introduce younger children to the school at one of our open event days e.g our Advent Fair or Summer Fair.

We normally host Open Mornings in the Music Room. Coffee is offered at Registration and between tours. There is an opportunity for questions and answers on return to the central location.

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