- Laverstock & Ford Parish Council
The Parish Council takes its responsibility of being the smallest unit of local government very seriously. It consults widely on important issues and believes very strongly that as well as being good at listening it must keep the residents well informed about what is happening around and about. Part of that process is our Parish Newsletter which is a bi-monthly publication. It reaches well over 3,000 households and businesses, including the neighbouring locality of Bishopdown Farm.
- River Bourne Community Farm
The farm is based on land adjacent to Cow Lane in the village of Laverstock, Salisbury. Initially on 63 acres of land adjoining the River Bourne, the farm has developed into a sustainable working farm, supported by staff and by volunteers.
The farm site was first occupied in January 2010 is managed by The River Bourne Community Farm C.I.C. (This is a 'Community Interest Company' designed specifically for those wishing to operate for the benefit of the community rather than for the benefit of the owners of the company).
- St Andrew's Primary School
I hope these pages give you an idea of what our school is like. We are a busy and friendly school, where our main aim is to create a happy environment where all children can thrive and achieve success.
Take a 'tour' of the school and then come and visit us, to see for yourself. We have good facilities, a great school community and attractive grounds.
Through this site you will be able to access important documents such as our school prospectus, policies, letters, information and a calendar of events. If you require further information, please contact the school, or pay us a visit - you will be very welcome. We are open 8.45am - 3pm daily during Wiltshire School Terms.
Karen Walker, Headteacher
- St Edmund's Girls' School
St Edmund’s Girls’ School is a Church of England academy for 11-16 year olds. With approximately 830 girls on roll, we are the largest of three secondary schools situated in Laverstock, a short distance from Salisbury City Centre. In January 2011 an Ofsted inspection judged St Edmund’s as a good school with many outstanding features and the corresponding SIAS inspection (Statutory Inspection of Anglican Schools) evaluated us as providing an outstanding education with a Christian ethos. The school became an academy on February 1st 2012, joining the two Salisbury Grammar Schools as the third converter academy in the south of Wiltshire.
- St Joseph's Catholic School
I am delighted to have been appointed as the Head teacher of St Joseph’s Catholic School. It is a great
honour and privilege for me to lead such a wonderful school.
As the Head teacher, my number one priority is to ensure that St Joseph’s
school consistently promotes the very highest academic standards. Children only
get one chance at school and I am determined to ensure that pupils who attend
our school receive a first class education, which will prepare them for the rest of
their lives. St Joseph’s Catholic School will be unique and distinctive from other
schools, we fully embrace the Christian beliefs and values and they permeate the
school, its curriculum, corridors and classrooms. St Joseph’s is an inclusive
school, which welcomes children and families of all faiths, beliefs and
- Wyvern College
I would like to extend a very warm welcome to Wyvern College. I hope that this website will give you some insight into what we stand for and what we do. Nothing online can ever be a substitute for seeing for yourself and visitors are warmly welcomed to book a tour and come and see us in action. We are a happy, dynamic and successful school, nurturing students to become self-confident and accomplished adults ready for the challenges of further education and training, alongside preparation for responsible adult life. Wyvern College is a small, friendly and successful Voluntary Aided, Church of England secondary school for boys in a wonderful location in Laverstock on the northern edge of Salisbury. We cherish and celebrate the benefits of being a small and caring school. Smaller classes have supported us to personalise learning judged to be good by Ofsted and with strong examination results, comparing favourably with other schools both locally and nationally.