The students are visiting for two days and will be taking part in various school lessons, honing their performance skills in Drama and taking part in Mathematical challenges . Each student has been given a Birkenhead Park School buddy who will look after them, show them around the school and make them feel welcome. They will also be on hand to answer any questions about life in a British school.
Year 7 students had the opportunity last week to visit The Wirral Deen Centre in Birkenhead.
Staff and students celebrated World Book Day last week by decorating their doors, taking part in a book hunt and playing Literacy based games.
Librarian at The Birkenhead Park School, Miss Smith, has won £250’s worth of book vouchers for the school through the Scholastic Book Fair.
The skills based assessment PiXL Apps contain a range of in-built questions that allow students to practice the core skills within subjects such as Mathematics and English to ensure success.
Head of Year 10 at The Birkenhead Park School, Mr Huyton, is to visit Cape Town again in February to meet young children and set up a new project with a foundation he helped establish in 2010.
As part of our extensive commitment to helping our students plan for the future, Year 11 took part in an activity which was delivered by staff on the importance of preparing for and having a successful interview.
Character lessons are helping students understand the importance of kindness, respect and confidence.
New Character lessons which are taking place at The Birkenhead Park School focus on changing the culture of our communities.
Our new peer scheme ‘Reading Buddies’ is proving to be a huge success with students.
Year 7 students have been taking part in a six-week programme which focuses on the mental health and wellbeing of students and includes sessions on challenging negative thoughts, the importance of sleep and diet and using gratitude to build resilience.
As part of our brand new ‘Character’ lessons, students have been writing thank you notes to members of staff.