Teachers focus on inspiring the students and laying the foundations of knowledge within an environment that constantly develops the skills that will make them successful and happy adults.
Our students will be entering a marketplace where the very best will be those who can work alongside and embrace the value that artificial intelligence and wider technology can bring to their roles.
Our aim is to develop individuals with the soft skills such as creativity, adaptability and a positive resilient mindset so that they can flourish both personally and professionally in life beyond Birkenhead.
The annual Christmas Concert was held on Thursday 13th December. It was a fantastic evening that delighted everyone who attended and was a great celebration of music with performances from the whole School community.
The beginning of December saw the return of the inter house event that brings out the students competitive spirits like none other, the House Drama competition.
This term over 80 students took part in the inaugural Whittam-Smith Essay Prize. The competition is named after Sir Andreas Whittam-Smith, CBE, who is an Old Birkonian and currently serves as President of Birkenhead School.