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The Wyvern School

The Wyvern School

Fundraising

Can you help us on our fundraising journey?

If you would like to donate to our school, or can spare time to help support our upcoming fundraising activities, we would love to hear from you!  Please contact Nikki Coshall our School Business Leader ncoshall@wyvern.kent.sch.uk or Alison Briggs at our main reception.

Ways you could help;

  • Find out from your employer or company if you can help us become their charity of the year. We would love it if you could nominate us!
  • If you would like to make a donation you could send us a letter and a cheque! To Finance Dept, Wyvern School, Great Chart Bypass, Ashford, Kent TN23 4ER.
  • If you have any amazing fundraising ideas please get in touch, we would love to hear them! 

Upcoming events

24th May - Non-uniform day!!! Come to school in non-uniform and make a donation - we raised a wonderful £415.40 thank you so much!!

Clothes Bank coming soon!!   Watch out for our new clothes bank, you will soon able to raise funds for the school by donating; clothing, paired shoes, handbags, ties, belts, bed clothes, towels (but please wait for our announcement before bringing items to school) . Please note - The company will not take duvets, pillows, carpets, cushions or shredded/soiled clothing  

Current projects

The Wyvern School Foundation 

Did you know we have our own registered charity!! The Wyvern School Foundation was established in 2003 and has successfully raised funds for numerous amazing projects, funding the installation of outside play areas, our walking track, outside gym, and gazebo, to name but a few!

Through the Foundation we are currently raising funds to provide much needed refurbishment to the Primary Sensory outside play areas. Our aim is to provide all weather, outside areas packed full of exciting sensory play equipment (image from Pentagon Play).

"Given the level of need within The Wyvern school, many of the pupils struggle because of differences in the way they react to sensory input.   - having the right access to suitable outdoor equipment to support with regulation will help decrease negative behaviours

- place them in a better stead to engage in learning within the school.

- having access to such equipment will also provide ‘therapy’ to work on promoting skills which will be key to their future success.

- and having access to outdoor equipment which a pupil can use independently will also promote their wellbeing and self esteem."

"As an Occupational Therapist I am not only supportive of the possibility of better outdoor resources for The Wyvern, but I am excited about witnessing some of the positive impact I know this will have on the pupils who attend."    S Worthington Sensory OT 

Minibus appeal 

We are also raising funds to replace one of our beloved minibuses!!! 

Our minibuses play a vital part in our aim to give our young people the very best start in life and in preparing them for life after Wyvern. It could be a trip to a supermarket to practice independence, a visit to the library or making life time memories on a climbing wall!! None of these would be possible without our minibuses. 

If you can help..please see ways to donate or offer support at the top of this page!

Thank you

A huge thank you to all of you who have generously supported us in recent months.  We would like to say a special thank you to;

The Bedgebury Foundation

The Scout Association 

Red Eagle 

The Rose Inn 

Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA) 

Keel Toys 

Wickes

Funeral Partners 

The Zammit family

Mr B Jeffrey 

Mrs C Butcher 

And to all our parents who may not be named here but that generously contributed in the past. 

Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!