A student from The Birkenhead Park School has won an award for the most words read during a competition run in conjunction with the school book fair, which is taking place this week.
Students from The Birkenhead Park School took part in a UKMT Maths Challenge last week.
Cycle training is hugely beneficial for children and young people. It introduces a low cost, healthy and environmentally friendly way to travel, and makes them much safer whilst riding their bikes.
Students go deep underwater and out of this world in a new virtual reality lesson.
Three Wirral primary schools took part today in a School Games ‘Change 4 Life’ festival at The Birkenhead Park School.
Love to Dance primary school festival is a great success after an evening of performance at a new venue.
Six Wirral primary schools put on an evening of Dance performances for parents and guests, which this year was held for the first time at The Birkenhead Park School.
Taking homework to a whole new level, Year 7 students at The Birkenhead Park School have made replica medieval weapons.
Students visit one of Wirral’s leading employers for a ‘Behind the Scenes’ inspiration tour organised by Wirral Young Chamber of Commerce.
Year 11 students from The Birkenhead Park School got the chance to visit Unilever as part of the school’s commitment to providing support with career and further education choices.
Year 7 and Year 8 students from The Birkenhead Park School have been taking part in a unique life skills programme, ‘BePART’.
Two students from The Birkenhead Park School have won the honour of representing the North West in the EGKA Karate Nationals later this year.
There is a new sport in town! It's fast, competitive and target driven… it's name: New Age Kurling!
We all love to celebrate our achievements and that is exactly what Year 7 student, Ola, has done at The Birkenhead Park School.