Vision Statement & Aims

Our schools purpose is to become a place of excellence. This will be achieved by a relentless focus upon quality provision and delivery and will be a place where every young person achieves and reaches their full potential.


  • To provide the best possible education and experiences to develop the whole child during their time at Wyvern Academy
  • We aim to promote self-discipline, self-confidence, motivation, aspiration and excellence in learning to assist pupils to become independent and self-sufficient adults, who will succeed and contribute positively in their local and global communities
  • We will maximise student achievement through the effective use of teaching and learningfacilities
  • We aim to offer an appropriate and relevant curriculum, responsive to the needs of all students.
  • We intend that there will be no gaps between those children who are disadvantaged and the rest either in attainment or opportunity
  • We aim to provide a welcoming environment based on trust and mutual respect, where students feel valued and feel they belong
  • We will promote equality and celebrate diversity.
  • We aim to create a safe, secure and happy learning environment for our pupils to enable each child to achieve their full potential personally and educationally
  • We aim to create a community where the values of truth, honesty, tolerance, forgiveness and reconciliation are lived and where there is special care for those most in need
  • We will work in partnership with families to ensure that they are an integral part of their child’s education and build positive relationships with our families and the wider community.
  • We will provide a diverse range of extra-curricular opportunities and experiences for all our young people to maximise talents and develop creative and social skills.
  • We aim to foster the values of responsible citizenship in a democratic society by:
    -providing opportunities to exercise responsibility and leadership
    -making students aware of, and encouraging them to form views on a range of political, social,
    and spiritual issues
    -encouraging students to understand and tolerate the views of others