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.

Open Morning

Following a very successful Open Morning on Wednesday 28th February, our Year 7 tour guides under Mrs Bellamy’s leadership excelled themselves! They showed our school at its best and spoke with confidence and pride about their school. Our prospective parents were most impressed and complimentary saying that they were ‘great ambassadors’ for Wyvern. We hope our ‘new boys’ and their parents enjoyed their tour, they certainly said as much, and we look forward to working with them Read More …

PE Department Update

Rugby, Mr Knight  Year 7 game vs BWS won 25-25  Triangular tournament vs Cathedral school was lost, and BWS was won  Year 8 and 9 played two games vs St Josephs and won both comfortably.  Year 7, 8 and 9 have all taken part in “Pitch Up and Play” an initiative run by England Rugby to get more players involved in the game. Football, Mr Elliott  Year 7’s have started the year Read More …

Trussell Trust – Christmas Hamper Donations

This year 7R led the way in collecting for the Trussell Trust Christmas box appeal. Students have been examining what it’s like to live in other places, locations, and time. They discovered that some people in the world are not as fortunate as themselves and decided to collect items for Christmas hampers to donate to the Trussell Trust. Students and staff from across the school collected seasonal food, sweets and crackers that were collected by the Trussell Read More …


This term has seen the students from KS4 focus on coursework for their V. Cert portfolios. They have carried out research on a number of food groups and prepared dishes from these using individual recipes.


Year 8 took part in a bridge building challenge for the recent CAD. They had to design and make a structure to span a 400mm gap using nothing more than 100 lolly sticks and hot melt glue. The structure had to be self supporting and support a 3KG mass. In the case of a tie break the winner would be the one that used the least amount of materials. The students worked in groups for the duration Read More …

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 …

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

Afterschool Clubs

Afterschool Clubs Lego Club Teacher— Mrs Hoskins Where—Room 1 When– Lunchtime Year – All Come and show off your ‘Master builder’ skills Lego club is for those boys who may prefer a quieter lunchtime. You can socialise with your friends while keeping busy with a fun activity.