The last day of term, Friday 15th July, will be a non-uniform day to raise money for the Kash4K&SouthAfrica team who leave next week to visit our link school in South Africa.
Please support us by bringing in £1 and wearing non-uniform for the last day at school before the summer.
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She spent 15 minutes with the Principal, who took the opportunity to discuss our move to 11-16 status and educational funding with Ms Morgan. This was followed by a presentation, made by pupils, about the highly successful Kash 4 Kenya initiative. Following this, the cast of ‘Alice in Wonderland’ performed a sketch from their highly acclaimed musical, which in turn led onto a presentation by pupils about our school values.
The Secretary of State was extremely impressed by the ethos of the college and specifically commented on this. I am very thankful to Miss Heggs, Miss Styles, Miss Pilgrim, Mrs Hawthorne, Ms Broadfield, Mrs McKenzie and our brilliant pupils for the preparation and delivery to our esteemed guest.
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On Friday 24th April 2015 Brockington College held it’s Annual Charity Fun Run.
The run was held in aid of the Nicholls Spinal Injury Foundation who are dedicated to funding research into the treatment of paralysis caused by spinal cord injury. They recently featured on BBC’s Panorama talking about one of potentially the biggest medical breakthroughs of our lifetime.
The run was also is attended by friend of the college and dedicated fundraiser (and awareness-raiser) Claire Lomas. More details on Claire’s incredible journey can be found here.
Pictures from the day can be found here. Over £7000 has been raised!
On April 4th, we held our 3rd annual fun run and a non uniform day.
This year, 800 of our pupils volunteered to take part, our largest number so far. Fancy dress was optional and there were some very interesting outfits on display; many from the staff of the college looking to outdo each other!
The College was fundraising for 2 very special causes; The Nicholls Spinal Injury Foundation and Kash4Kenya. The Nicholls Spinal Injury Foundation is the chosen charity of Claire Lomas who recently visited the college to speak how she has rebuilt her life since being paralysed from the chest down in 2007. Kash4Kenya is a Brockington College project which helps provide opportunities for those youngsters in our partner school in Mtwapa, Kenya.
The grand total raised from the fun run stands at a massive £6037.27. A massive thank you to all those who took part in the event and collected sponsors. Your hard work and generosity is amazing. A big thanks also to all the staff who helped to supervise the event.
Claire Lomas has given a signed copy of her book “Finding my Feet” to the top fundraisers. The winners were Lizzie Chauhan, Freya Williams, Georgia Ogden and Maigan Kirk.
Click here for a selection of photos.