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Welcome To Birkbeck College

Birkbeck College has established itself as one of the most sought after schools in the area and one of the most rapidly growing secondary schools in Lincolnshire. Constant improvement and success for all have been the first priority in this small all ability school.

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Birkbeck School Prom 2014




Celebrations took place at The Brackenborough Hotel, Louth recently where our Year 11 students and staff held their annual prom.  More than seventy were in attendance at the event, with this year’s students arriving in


some stylish modes of transport, including vintage cars, limousines, a camper van, even a pony and trap.  A number of students arrived in a cavalcade of lorries from a local agricultural merchant and one student’s arrival was announced by a convoy of classic minis.

 In true prom tradition, Dan Forman and Rhianna Williamson were ‘crowned’ as this year’s king and queen.



Last Day Arrangements


Birkbeck breaks up for the summer on Wednesday 23rd July at 1pm.  Arrangements have been made for the buses to collect the students at this time.  May we take this opportunity to hope that everyone has a safe and happy summer holiday.  Students return to school on Thursday 4th September.

Students wishing to collect their GCSE results can come to school on Thursday 21st August from 9:00am.

Books Celebrated at Birkbeck



Birkbeck College celebrated an additional Book Week this week. Competitions, a book store and a special assembly were coordinated by English teacher, Annie Connett, who has worked tirelessly to promote reading with generations of students.

In true Birkbeck fashion, members of staff entered into the full spirit of  Book Week by dressing  as characters from their favourite books at an assembly to mark its conclusion. Some teamed up to represent groups of characters from books such as Wizard of Oz  and  Holes, a popular text studied  in English. Fearsome characters were in abundance, including a spine- tingling Dracula, a cane wielding Miss Trunchbull and a darkly clad Darth Vader. A flamboyant Willy Wonka threw golden tickets into the audience.  Students  assembled were entertained by a  sixty second version of Pride and Prejudice that included a re-enaction of the infamous Mr Darcy scene from the BBC adaptation.

50th Anniversary



The school marks its 50th anniversary this autumn and we are keen to get in touch with past students, staff and parents who may wish to take part in (and maybe help us organise) our celebrations.

A series of events will take place on and around 20th October, including an exhibition of school photos and mementoes from the past five decades. The time capsule that was buried at the front of the school will be exhumed.

Deputy Head, Jane Filer would very much like to hear from past students and teachers who have photos and items from their time at Birkbeck which could be used in the exhibition, or from anyone interested in helping in any way with the anniversary celebrations

A meeting will be held at the school on Wednesday 11th June at 6:30p.m.


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