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  • David Bishop [1944 - 1952] was a surprise visitor at The Thatch on 12th October, 2016, and shared many memories with the regular Pragmatists.
  • David Cockeram [1997 - 2004] gave the Friday 6th Form Lecture in Bushell Hall on 14th October, 2016, on the subject of Air Traffic Control.
  • The funeral of Keith Stevens took place at Landican on Monday 3rd October. The chapel was packed with his family, friends, and former pupils. Alison, David, Gill and Richard would like to thank... [more...]
  • We are sorry to report the death, on 15 September in Arrowe Park Hospital, of Keith Stevens, at the age of 86 and after a short illness.
    Keith served Birkenhead School with distinction for 37 years... [more...]
  • Sadly, in July, we reported the death of OB Jack Hussey aged 19 from cancer. Prior to his death Jack was raising funds for cancer research through
    Over the August Bank Holiday... [more...]
  • Congratulations to pupils and staff on record breaking A Level results. As these pupils now move on from their time at School we welcome those that are paid up members to the Old Birkonian Society... [more...]
  • ----   The Old Birkonian Football Club (Rugby Union) held the  AGM at the “Thatch” in Raby on Wednesday 13th July.
    See the events section for more photos.
  • Unfortunately, there was poor weather for the first time at Heswall Golf Day. Although some players retired before the 18th there was plenty of enthusiasm at the 19th.
    The winner Trevor Mathew-Jones... [more...]
  • We have learned that James Harrison has been appointed Headmaster of St. Felix School, Southwold, Suffolk. He takes over in September 2016 from his role as Deputy Headmaster. His three children aged... [more...]
  • The Liverpool Echo recently carried the news of Eddie O'Hara's death. Although not an old boy, he taught classics at the school for several years in the late 1960s, and was probably better known in... [more...]