Leavers Service at Salisbury Cathedral

Last week I and 5 other students went to the Cathedral for the Year 6 leaver’s service. While we were there we got to write 4 different prayers to present to the Year 6’s and we also got to watch a performance about a mustard seed which tells the tale of how to deal with problems ahead and not to worry, no matter what their size. We all were also lucky enough to have a tour of Read More …

Wyvern Production of MmmBeth

On Thursday evening, the boys from the Year 7 & 8 drama club put on a performance of ‘Mmmbeth’, a hilarious take on the Scottish play where everything goes wrong. The witches took over the storytelling, and King Duncan would rather open a doughnut franchise than die…… Lady Mmmbeth comes to a sticky end through overdosing on Duncan’s doughnuts, and there was some serious sword fighting with an inflatable banana. The boys performed brilliantly, and absolutely brought Read More …

The Great Wyvern Spelling Bee competion

  A great time was had by all in the school hall on Monday 3rd April, where three houses: Longford, Rockbourne and Wilton, went head to head to win the esteemed Spelling Bee.  The atmosphere was thrilling and the competition tough, with excellent support from the crowd. Many thanks to all those who took part.  The final results were:- 1st Longford – 10 Points 2nd Rockbourne – 9 points 3rd Wilton – 7 points

Parents’ Evening – Online Booking

The school has introduced a new and easy to use online appointment booking system. This allows you to choose your own appointment times with teachers and you will receive an email confirming your appointments. We are confident this will be an improvement to the previous system and welcome any feedback. Parent guide Please click on the link below to access the appointment booking system https://wyverncollegesalisburywiltshire.parentseveningsystem.co.uk 

Prize Giving 2015

                We were delighted to welcome Mike Brown, England Rugby Player and former Wyvern College Student to be our Guest of Honour at Prize Giving. Born in Southampton, Mike started playing rugby at the age of eight, when he joined his local Rugby club’s U8 team in Salisbury. After performing consistently in several youth championships, in 2002 Mike was invited to train with the Harlequins Academy. He soon excelled, making his debut during Read More …

England rugby international star and former student officially opens Wyvern College

England rugby international star and former Wyvern College student Mike Brown officially re-opened Wyvern College after its £10million transformation.  The Harlequins’ full back unveiled a plaque at a ceremony to mark the reopening of Wyvern College in a state of the art new building. Wyvern College is one of 16 schools across the South West to be rebuilt through a £4.4billion government scheme, which is transforming some of the most run-down schools in the country. Wyvern now Read More …