Letters Archive


Y11 Register and Be a Lifesaver Presentation 30/11/2018

There will be an assembly for all Year 11 pupils on Friday 30 November regarding the above initiative. The R&BE charity was founded in memory of Adrian Sudbury who was an East Midlands journalist that died of leukaemia at the age of 27. It was his dying wish that all youngsters from 16-18 became aware of the facts around blood, stem cell and organ donation. If you would like to know more, there are two leaflets about the charity you can find below:

Full letter | What is ASSET? | Further Information


Breck’s Last Game Information

Following the tragic death of Caterham schoolboy, Breck Bednar, Essex Police and the Breck Foundation have made a four-minute film to raise awareness amongst children of the dangers of online grooming. The film covers how to play safely and whilst using the internet to remember that friends made online are not real friends.

Please click here for the full letter regarding ‘Breck’s Last Game’, which, if you wish, you can also use to confirm your attendance for the upcoming viewing on Thursday 29th November.

E-Safety Guide on ‘Breck’s Last Game’.

Flyer on ‘Breck’s Last Game’.


Year 11 Prom 2019

Please click here for a letter regarding the upcoming Year 11 Prom (2019)


GCSE DT & Food Non-Examined Assessment Deadlines

Letter regarding GCSE Design & Technology Preparation and Nutrition Non-Examined Assessment Deadlines

Letter regarding GCSE Food Preparation and Nutrition Non-Examined Assessment Deadlines



Norfolk Trip – Parent Meeting

Parent Meeting Presentation

Food & Unsupervised Time Letter


STEM BP Ultimate STEM Marketplace Presentation Letter

Please click here for the STEM BP Ultimate STEM Marketplace Presentation Letter.


Literature at Lunchtime Event

Please click here for the Literature at Lunchtime Event letter.


Formation of Embrace Multi-Academy Trust

Letter regarding the formation of Embrace Multi-Academy Trust


Volunteer Employer Mentoring Programme

Volunteer Employer Mentoring Programme Brochure

Employer Mentoring Programme Letter

Students who receive 4+ meaningful interactions with employers during their secondary school career are 86% less likely to be NEET (not in education, employment or training).

As an Employer Mentor*, your input and regular contact will raise aspirations, boost motivation and increase their confidence and self-esteem. This will result in improved personal skills and academic success at GCSE. Ultimately, the young person will become more work ready, employable and less at risk of NEET with a clear vision of a future pathway.

  • A short induction / training session in mentoring and safeguarding will be provided. You do not need to have any prior experience of working with young people or mentoring / coaching.
  • You must have the desire to help a young person make the best fit choices for them by remaining unbiased
  • You must be in employment and willing to meet with a student on site (i.e. 30 minutes every few weeks within the school hours, 8:30am – 3pm.) There is some flexibility.
  • A certificate of accreditation for your employer will be awarded upon completion.

Therefore, working together we can make a huge impact on the future of Brockington College students. Get in touch… Email Amber Colquhoun (Project Lead) at careers@thomasestley.org.uk or call 01455 283263.

*Subject to a full DBS check.




Pupil Safety. Incident on Mill Lane

Important letter about pupil safety related to an incident on Mill Lane