School Charities

Our aim is for every student to become the best version of themselves that they can be…

‘Life in all it’s fullness’ John 10:10

As a Church of England Academy, supporting charitable organisations and raising awareness of the issues that affect our society, is a fundamental part of our Christian ethos. We aim to develop young people who have empathy and compassion for others and who will take action to improve their local, national and global communities.

We are proud to be supporting these three charities this year and immensely pleased that last year our students raised more than £15,000 for our school charities. This meant we were able to provide enough funds for OAKS to build a new classroom in our name, ensuring more children in Sierra Leone can access the education that is their right. We also sent significant sums to our other school charities to support their ongoing work.

Our students have chosen to continue to support OAKS and Cancer Research in 2019-2020 and the STARS appeal once again as our local charity.

In addition to supporting these charities, our students support Alabare, taking part in the Big Sleep Out at Salisbury Cathedral every year, the Trussell Trust Foodbank with food collections and their Christmas Shoe Box Appeal,  and numerous other charities. This year we are also supporting the St Thomas’ Church Renovation Fund.

If you wish to make any donations to our charitable causes please contact admin@wyvernsteds.org

 

Local

We are Salisbury District Hospital’s charity. We help local people across all wards and departments, with particular focus on cancer, cardiac care and children & babies.

 

 

 

National 

We are the world’s largest charity dedicated to saving lives through research.
Our vision is to bring forward the day when all cancers are cured.

 

International


OAKS is a small ‘family and friends’ charity. We have built and run a Primary School in Bo, Sierra Leone, West Africa. The school opened early October 2007 and has celebrated its 10 year anniversary, October 2010 having taught 2500 children to date.

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