Talented BSFC student, Simon Southern, was invited to help raise money for this year’s Children in Need Appeal at an event broadcast live on BBC One. Along with other dedicated fundraisers he wowed audiences at Liverpool’s World Museum.
To support Children in Need, Birkenhead Sixth Form College students working towards their Community Sports Leadership Award led other students and staff in an ‘It’s a Knockout’ style sporting challenge.
Birkenhead Sixth Form College has fought off tough competition to get through to the second round of the BBC Schools Question Time Competition.
Liberal Democrat Peer and Co-Chair of the Liberal Democrat Committee on Education, Families and Young People Baroness Walmsley visited Birkenhead Sixth Form College to speak to Politics, History and Law students on Friday 26th November.
Birkenhead Sixth Form College student Jemma Edwards has been presented with the Merseyside Partnership’s Young Volunteer of the Year award.
Birkenhead Sixth Form College students have contributed to the annual Operation Christmas Child Campaign.
Hollywood actor David Morrissey visited the College in November to talk to Media, Film Studies and Performing Arts students regarding his acting career.
Tom Barton wins silver at the 2010 UK School Games and is congratulated by Olympic gold medallist, Rebecca Adlington.
Over 60 local businesses helped make our 2010 Careers Fair a great success, with students getting invaluable advice from experts in a whole range of areas.
Birkenhead Sixth Form College has been presented with a plaque to recognise their contribution to driving forward technologies to help learners achieve.
No Sign of Austerity as Chris Joins England Cricket Team for Houses of Parliament Reception
Birkenhead Sixth Form College student Chris Edwards, who was named Disability Cricketer of the Year in May, joined his cricketing heroes at a Champagne Reception in Westminster last week (18.10.10).
Five Birkenhead Sixth Form College students have taken the prestigious Hoylake Schools’ Tournament Trophy at Royal Liverpool Golf Club, a first for the College.