As Headteacher of Wyvern Academy, I am privileged and proud to welcome you to our school.
Our school’s vision, in the work that our school community conducts is that we achieve ‘Excellence in all that we do’. We have a vested interest that all students ‘reach for the stars’ and are given a world-class education.
Everything we do is focused on improving life chances and experiences. Through academic studies, sports, drama, music or through our pastoral care, we believe it is our role to open up students’ understanding of everything they can be and everything they can do, supporting them to make informed and aspirational choices for their future lives.
As a school that is part of the family of eight schools that form Consilium Academies Trust, we strongly uphold the Trust mission of “Enriching Lives, Inspiring Ambitions” as a keystone to our Vision and Values. Of the six Trust values we hold the following closest to the local needs of the school:
Integrity – Through our student-centred approach, advantage and ability are never seen as a ticket to involvement. We believe in every child’s right to high-quality education and access to amazing opportunities – irrespective of individual circumstances. At Wyvern Academy, we always put the needs of our ‘Professional Learners’, our students at the heart of everything that we do.
Partnerships – Collaboration is the key to success. We work with the school community and the eight schools in our academy trust to ensure that we are actively embracing with knowledge and expertise so that we achieve our school’s vision.
People Centred – We whole-heartedly want the best for all members of our school community. Our culture is inclusive where everyone is treated with the highest level of respect. For example, our alignment of vision and values has involved the full consultation of students, staff and Parents or Carers.
Our journey of rapid school improvement continues to happen. My ambition is that Wyvern Academy becomes a truly outstanding school and a leading educational establishment, both regionally and nationally.
Mr Owen Inglis