Established: Founded in 2008
History: The Winstedt School began as a small private school (formally known as Learn Different) in 2008 by its founder, a third-generation Singaporean and educator, Sharon Solomon, whose personal experience as a student made her realise there was nothing wrong with her, but with the traditional mass-driven education system.
In 15 years, Winstedt has gone from opening its doors as a preschool to 3 students to a globally accredited Reception-Y13 international school with an innovative teaching model unparalleled in Asia for differentiated learners. Winstedt remains the only school founded and purpose-built in Singapore and the region for a student population who learn “differently”. Since 2008, Winstedt is pioneering the way for progressive education in Asia.
Winstedt is an independent family-owned school with a tight-knit community of students, educators, specialists, administrators, and parents who are passionate about the mission and vision of Winstedt.
Ages of students: 4 – 18
Current number of students: 195
Nationalities: 31 nationalities represented in the student body
Grade levels: Reception to Year 13 (K-12)
School-day: 8:15 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday
Number of teaching staff: 43
Average tenure of teachers at Winstedt: 5 years
Number of in-house Winstedt Therapists and Pastoral Care staff: 13
Total number of full-time Winstedt employees: 70
Curriculum used: National UK Curriculum. International Primary Curriculum (IPC), International Middle Years Curriculum (IMYC), Pearson Edexcel, International Primary and Lower Secondary Curricula, and International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE).
Extracurricular activities: A full suite of ECAs and student organisations are available after school.
Registration: Singapore Committee for Private Education, CPE Reg. 200910070W 28 June 2020 – 27 June 2024
Certification: EduTrust 4-Year Certification obtained in 2019