Wye student one of the youngest players to appear in wheelchair rugby’s top flight

Wye student Ed Croucher has joined a local rugby team, Canterbury Hellfire. He has become one of the youngest players to appear in wheelchair rugby’s top flight. Fourteen -year-old Ed made his debut for the club side at the opening weekend of the GBWR league 1 season at Leicester. After playing against the West Country Hawks Ed got the news that he had passed the official classification process successfully. 

Wye student one of the youngest players to appear in wheelchair rugby’s top flight


Successful League Table Position

The validated government league tables were published today and confirmed that our second set of GCSE results for Aug 19 were above national and local averages.

Luke Magee, Principal of Wye School, said of their above average Progress 8 score of +0.33:


“We are very proud to be the top non-selective school in our area for Progress 8 and one of the top in all of Kent. We firmly believe in the ability of all our students – no matter their background or starting point – to achieve highly so it is hugely gratifying to see this borne out in the progress they are making.


“We have now had two excellent sets of GCSE results since opening in 2013, reflecting the hard work, determination and enthusiasm which cascades down throughout our school. With our founding cohort due to receive their first set of A Levels this summer, we are looking forward to celebrating another successful year at Wye School.”


Wye Student Up For Art Prize

The International Art Competition 2020 is now open.  Staff, students and parents can now vote on their favourite artwork until 12th Feburary via the social media links below.  The owner of the winning submission will win flights and accommodation for two people to Japan to represent the UK at the Tokyo Awards Ceremony in August.  

Please vote for Calypso using one of the links below. We are sure you will want to join us in congratulating Calypso and wishing her lots of luck in the competition.

Wye Student Up For Art Prize


Christmas Carol Service

Wye School held our traditional Christmas Carol Service today in our local parish church, St Gregory and St Martin Church. Rev Holy welcomed us and delivered an interesting sermon on the history of Christmas in England, we learn't some things about how they used to celebrate in past times that included dead mice and the over-eating of sprouts.

Year 7, 8 and 9 students attended, and just about fitted into this historic building, and the Year 7 Choir and Poetry groups contributed to the service.It was a lovely way to end the Christmas term.


Christmas Carol Service



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