Our Staff

Wyvern has a strong staff team of dedicated people who all work closely together to deliver the best for the children. Please follow the link below to see the full staff list.



Information for New Parents/Carers




Wyvern is going from strength to strength - even Ofsted said so!  Our school is 'good' with highly effective teaching and we are rightfully proud of what we have achieved.

Fun and laughter, mess and exploration! Our teacher led Nursery offers great learning opportunities, a huge, fantastic space and the perfect friendly, inclusive environment for your child. With strong links to Reception, your child will be ready for the best possible start to their early education. We have an amazing, experienced team who can’t wait to meet you and your child, come and have a look for yourself!

If your child will be starting School or Nursery in September 2023, come and see what we have to offer.  Any questions you may have will be answered by a member of our Leadership team. 

If your child will be 3 years old by 31st December, then they are eligible to start our Nursery in January 2024.

Please contact our School Office to make an appointment to view our Nursery and School.

We look forward to welcoming you to Wyvern.

If you would like any more information, please call the School Office on 01908 312275 or email office@wyvernschool.org

Wyvern is an infant school for children aged between 5 to 7 years old (academic years Reception/Foundation Station, Year 1 and Year 2).  The Pupil Admission Number (PAN) is currently 120 children in each year group.  Wyvern also has a school led Nursery that admits children from the academic term after their third birthday.  The Pupil Admission Number for Nursery (PAN) is 78 children.

Our catchment area is defined as Wolverton (with the exception of the roads listed below), Old Wolverton and Wolverton Mill north of Ridgeway, Stacey Bushes, Haversham Village, Haversham Estate and Little Linford.  The following roads in  Wolverton are not in the defined area of Wyvern School - Addington Avenue, Carter Grove, Frank Atter Croft, Franklins Croft, Goddards Croft, Horners Croft, Marron Lane, Meacham Mead, Skyward Row, Vickers Way, Wilkinson Crescent and Whiting Close.   The admissions process is handled by Milton Keynes council and our full admissions criteria is available on the link below:

Admissions Policy 2021

Term Dates 2021-2022 FINAL

Term Dates 2022-2023

Preparing a child for school entry is an important step in their educational journey. Parents should write down the necessary tasks that need to be completed and create a timeline for each task, such as registering for classes, purchasing supplies, and attending orientation sessions. It is also beneficial to have paper writing services available to help parents write or edit any essays or forms that may be required. This can help ensure that all documentation is complete and accurate before submission. Additionally, having a designated set of resources including books, websites, and research papers can help parents write my paper with greater confidence when completing applications.
Preparing a child for school entry is an important step in their development and education. It's important to equip them with the skills they will need to succeed, such as essay writing. Essay writing can be challenging for young students, who are often unfamiliar with the conventions of essay structure and organization. In order to help your child gain these essay-writing skills, you may wish to consider utilizing essay writing services that specialize in helping children prepare for school entry. Such services provide tailored essay advice and support, allowing your child to focus on mastering essay-writing techniques as part of their preparation for school entry.

Admission Form (for Nursery & School)

Addendum to Admission for Minority Ethnic Pupils

Parentmail - How to Register

Parentmail - How to Register by Email

Free School Meals & Pupil Premium

Welcome to Fresh Start Catering

Parental Permission Forms Home School Partnership Agreement

Breakfast Club Leaflet

Privacy Notice for Primary Pupils

Wyvern School Retention Policy - Pupils

For more information on The Viaduct Federation, please look at the following link:

The Viaduct Federation






Office Hours

The school office is open from 8am – 4pm. You can leave a message on the answer machine if you can only contact us outside of these times.


We are a very open and friendly staff team. There is a strong commitment from everyone at the school to provide the best environment for the children to learn in - whether that’s in the classroom, at break and lunch times or down to the cleanliness of the school. Any vacancies to join the team are posted here.

  • We are currently  looking to recruit two teachers, one on a permanent contract and one on a fixed term contract (01.09.2023-31.08.2024). For an application pack and to make an appointment to visit our school, please email our School Business Manager a.lewis@wyvernschool.org
  • Teachers - perm, ft
  • We curently have no vacancies for support staff.
  • Application Form - Teaching & Support Staff (teachers and support staff)

    School Timetable

    The main school opens at 8.25am - the children come straight into the building and to their classrooms.

    Registration is at 8.30am.

    Children arriving after 8:30am should go to the school office and be signed in as late.

    Morning break is at 10.35am – 10.50am

    The school day ends at 3.00pm

    Clubs are being held during lunch times this term.

    * Please note that clubs do not run in the first and last week of each term.

    The Nursery opens at 8:30am and closes at 3pm.

    Morning sessions:     8.30am - 11.30am
    Afternoon sessions:  12 noon - 3.00pm

    Lunch Club is £1.50 per session from 11.30-12 noon and children will need to be provided with a packed lunch if they are staying for lunch (if you have a 30 hour place, this is free of charge).


    Working Partnerships

    We make sure we have strong links with other schools and agencies to ensure the best support for our children.  This includes a close working partnership with the Local Council and their various departments such as Admissions, Attendance and the Inclusion and Assessment team.   We also have strong links with our other local cluster of schools (Radcliffe, Greenleys, Haversham etc.) whom we meet regularly and discuss developments in teaching and learning and communal events that we can all attend.

    We are also proactive in seeking specialist advice and support from private agencies where needed such as Play Therapists, Educational Psychologists and Pupil Referral Unit (Milton Keynes Primary Pupil Referral Unit, URN 134310, Shenley Road, Milton Keynes, MK3 7AW).

    These links help form a supportive community of educationalists from whom we can share and draw support as needed.


    Breakfast Club

    Breakfast Club is an informal morning drop-in session run by the school and places are booked on the Parentmail booking system.

    It opens at 7.45am – 8.30am in the Dining Hall and offers a variety of foods both hot and cold. The session costs a flat rate of £2 (payable by Parentmail).

    The children also have the opportunity to take part in early morning games and play as part of the session. Please contact the School Office if you have any further questions.