Welcome to Wynstones
Steiner Waldorf education recognises that every child is unique. For 79 years Wynstones has focused on enhancing each individual child’s strengths with a rich, creative curriculum that carefully meets the growing child's developmental needs. We strive to guide pupils to become unprejudiced, well-informed, confident and creative young people who are responsible and practical contributors to society.
We believe that it is not only what we learn that matters, but when and how we learn. Children pass through markedly different life stages and a Steiner-Waldorf education provides a coherent curriculum that takes its cues from the child’s needs at each life stage. Our approach develops faculties rather than delivers information, respects the essential nature of childhood, and encourages a lifelong love of learning.
At Wynstones we are more than just a school. We are a strong community of pupils, teachers, families and friends. Our education acknowledges the vital role of parents and other carers and we work to build effective parent-teacher partnerships. We have in our school community third generation pupils following in the footsteps of their parents and grandparents.
As one of the fastest growing educational movements in the world, we invite you to come and visit our school.
Wynstones offers a Steiner Waldorf education from pre-school through to university entrance. Your child can enjoy a happy and secure education, free from the unsettling experience of changing schools.
The Life & Art of
Thursday 16th March 2017
In the Barn at Wynstones School
Church Lane, Whaddon, Glos GL4 0UF
Learn about the life and art of Wynstones alumnus, Bill Cameron-Johnson
- Bill attended Wynstones from 1940-1944
- He worked with authors and playwrights in the USA, Scandinavia and Asia, as well as at The Westminster Theatre in London
- See his extraordinary range of work from stagecraft and book illustration to cartoons
Free talk with retiring donation
Friday 3rd March at 7:30pm in the Barn at Wynstones School
A Source of Strength - an illustrated talk with Sven Saar
The aim of Steiner Waldorf education is to help the individuality of each child develop so they can have a positive influence on the world around them. How is this achieved? Find out in this entertaining and informative presentation!
Sven Saar is a teacher, mentor and lecturer currently living in the UK after almost 30 years as a class teacher in Steiner Waldorf schools in different countries.
Class III will be selling 3 will be selling refreshments before and after the talk, to raise funds for materials for their Class III building project!
Wynstones alumni Richard Wehrle will also have a stall selling Waldorf, parenting and children's books before and after the talk.
So do come early - browse the book stall, have a delicious cake and tea and get a good seat for this informative illustrated talk.
We are honoured to have Sven come and speak with us. The talk is free with a retiring donation on the door.
Please come along and bring a friend. All are welcome!