Welcome

We would like to extend a very warm welcome to Wyvern College.  We hope that this website will give you some insight into what we stand for and what we do. Nothing online can ever be a substitute for seeing for yourself and visitors are warmly welcomed to book a tour and come and see us in action. We are a happy, dynamic and successful school, nurturing students to become self-confident and accomplished adults ready for the Read More …

St Edmund’s Girls’ School and Wyvern College Collaboration: Information and Consultation

Exciting news will bring Wyvern College and St Edmund’s Girls’ School in closer collaboration from September. Information evenings for parents and prospective parents are scheduled after the Easter break. Please join us at one of those evenings. Further details can be found on the link below: Letter to current Parents Year 6 Parents letter  

Alabare ‘The Big Sleep’ at Salisbury Cathedral

We are blown away by the total amount of sponsorship raised for Alabare’s ‘The Big Sleep’ at Salisbury Cathedral last month. We would like to thank our amazing students, staff, parents, families and friends for your wonderful support towards our ‘Wyvern family’. Our grand total is £2,715.36 !!!!! (including gift aid) 🎉This will provide much needed support for 18 homeless people! Thank you so much from Mrs Jones, Mrs Wright, Mrs Major, Mr Sawyer and Mr Caruso.

Expressive Arts Evening

As we know, November is the month of the Holy Souls and a time to remember loved ones and mark the sacrifice many have made in conflict so that we may enjoy peace in our world. Celebrating part of a wider school commitment to ‘Remembrance’, the boys of Wyvern College showcased their exceptional talents for the Performing Arts with an evening of art work, music, poetry and drama. Parents, staff and governors gathered to marvel at the Read More …

GCSE Results 2017 →

Following the release of the DFe league tables and the recalibration of the P8 score following remarks and appeals nationally we were disappointed to see that our P8 had moved from -0.30 which had placed us in the average category to -0.31 which now places us in the below average category, which we feel fails to recognise the genuine position of the school. Our P8 score places us very near the boys national average of -0.24 and Read More …