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Boys at Birkdale High School consistently outperform boys nationally and the results for 2023 are no exception. The headline figures below details some of the key successes of our boys last summer.
The performance of individual subjects in the key measures are detailed below.
Department for Education School Performance Tables
The Department for Education publishes performance tables for all schools. These allow parents and prospective parents to view the achievements of all schools in greater detail.
Staff and students at Birkdale High School were delighted to celebrate another set of fantastic results at GCSE and in vocational qualifications.
Gil Bourgade, Headteacher, said: “ We are delighted that despite a return to pre-pandemic grade boundaries this year, our pupils have managed to improve on the successes of their 2019 counterparts. Having to cope with so many disruptions over the last few years has made for a very stressful time, but the resulting outcomes are a credit to every single one of our Year 11 boys, their teachers and their families. We are all incredibly proud of their achievements and wish them all the very best of luck for the future.”
Paul Blott, Chair of Governors, said:”We are all pleased and proud to celebrate another great set of results. As Governors we want to congratulate all the pupils on their achievements and also thank our staff for their relentless support and dedication. We are passionate about the benefits of an all-boys education and feel privileged to see how it positively impacts on the success of our pupils. We wish them all the very best for the start of the new stage of their journey.”
There were some outstanding individual achievements, including the following boys who achieved 8 or more grades at 7 or above: Xabi Arthur, Konrad Bobicz, Thomas Briscoe, Nico Brumant, Noah Chadderton, Isaac De’Ath, Jonah Greaves, Matthew Guest, Daniel Harding, Austin Harrison, Charlie Hudson, Daniel Lee, Louis Morgan, John Ottley, Oliver Stanyer-Jones, Ethan Tipping, Ernest Weights and Lucas Wildish.