News & Events

2023 ENROLMENTS

Open Evening - Tuesday 21 June

Come and meet our staff and students, learn about the Birkenhead College community and join in a tour around the school.

STEM Evening- Thursday 4 August

A chance to discover what our STEM Academy courses are all about and talk to key staff involved in delivering them. Current Year 9 STEM students will be on hand to help answer any questions and explain what makes our STEM Academy so much fun.

UPCOMING EVENTS INFORMATION

International Day - Thursday 2 June

Mid-term Break - Friday 3 June

Queen's Birthday Holiday - Monday 7 June

Open Evening - Tuesday 21 June

Parent Support Group

Supper Meeting

Tuesday 24 May

7.30pm in the school staffroom

BC'S PARENT SUPPORT GROUP WELCOMES YOU!

Join us for a supper meeting on 24 May to find out who we are and what we do. We welcome all parties to attend and get as involved as you can in supporting the students and staff at Birkenhead College. More information here

RELAY FOR LIFE FUNDRAISER

Last week, our Student Councils and Year 12 Community Leaders organised a lunchtime fundraising event as part of the annual Relay for Life. Although the usual events can't be run easily under COVID restrictions, communities have been encouraged to organise a Relay Your Way event, which is what our students did. The aim is to give people a chance to celebrate cancer survivors and carers, remember loved ones lost to cancer and fight back by raising awareness and funds for the Cancer Society.

Our students held a bake sale and organised a run around H Block in order to collect money for the cancer cause. 

Article added: Monday 16 May 2022

Our school will be participating in a school-based healthy relationships programme called Mates & Dates, which will be presented by trained facilitators.The programme for Year 10 and 12 students will start on Tuesday 10th May

Mates & Dates will teach each student how to have healthy relationships built on respect, negotiation and consent.  It will teach them how to identify inappropriate behaviour and how to get help if they, or someone they know, are in an unhealthy relationship. The programme is not a sex education programme but will include material and discussions about sexual relationship violence, consent, dating, sexual orientation, healthy relationships, pornography and other related subject matter.

For further information about Mates & Dates relating to helping young people having healthy relationships please see here

If you do not want your child to attend the programme, please email Mrs Kellie Mexted, Head of Pastoral Care, at [email protected] to request withdrawal.

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