Burnside is an exciting and challenging place to learn and a warm and caring place to be. We are immensely proud that student achievement is consistently high. At Burnside our students make the progress far beyond expectations. Burnside is in the top 20% of school nationally for student progress at GCSE at 16yrs. In 2013 the Schools Network (SSAT) announced:
"Burnside Business and Enterprise College is one of the bestschools in the country in outperforming expectations for their pupils and improving their future prospects."
We make a sincere promise to all of our parents and carers that we will nurture your most precious possession - your child, and ensure that they achieve their absolute best. Our standards and expectations are high and result in excellent examination pass rates.
The Mayor's Listening Event to be held in Wallsend Ward on Thursday 11th December 2014 from 6 - 8pm. ... [ Read More ]
Join in Family Aqua, an exercise routine in the pool. This new activity at Hadrian is a fun way to exercise as a family, led by a qualified instructor. ... [ Read More ]
Planned Local Government Strike Action on 14th October 2014 - Unison, Unite and GMB We have received information today that these plans have been suspended. ... [ Read More ]
It might have been a cold, wet and murky morning, but that didn't stop the Burnside Samba group from performing at Cullercoats beach in support of the 'Changing Lives' fun day, which was held on the 2 ... [ Read More ]
Coursework Visit for year 12 Applied Science and Biology Students As the weather turns nice students studying the principles of Ecology in sixth form gain some insight into the techniques and strateg ... [ Read More ]
Parents and Guardians have recently received a letter and information about the new academic year from September 2014 from Mr Carr, Deputy Head Teacher. ... [ Read More ]
We would like to invite you to "A Creative Exhibition from students @ Burnside" featuring a Fashion Show on Thursday 3rd July 6pm - 8pm. ... [ Read More ]
We would like to invite all prospective key stage 5 science students to attend a science career fair on Wednesday 25th June from 6pm to 8pm. ... [ Read More ]
Did you know 6 million children have been affected by the conflict in Syria? On Friday 23rd May Humanities Club is raising money for the UNICEF Syria campaign. ... [ Read More ]