Events Archive


Alberto visits school for ‘Coffee With Costa’

Alberto Costa Visit - 2017

South Leicestershire MP, Alberto Costa, has visited Brockington College in Enderby in order to meet with senior staff, tour the school and take part in ‘Coffee With Costa’, a specially organised question and answer session with pupils and teachers.

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GCSE Results Day Video & Photos

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Family Summer Tennis



Performances 27th, 28th & 29th July!


Sweeney Todd performances are 27/28/29 June, doors open at 6:45 for a 7pm start.  Tickets purchased from the music department and school reception, priced at £5 adults and £4 concessions.


Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Y9 Information evening

As part of the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award enrollment process for current Year 9 we are hosting a parent and pupil information evening from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm on Tuesday 23rd May. During the evening there will be given a presentation from Mr Mattock, DofE Manager, as well as the chance to ask any questions about the Award and what is expected of participants and parents.

If you wish to attend the evening then please email Mr Mattock at by Friday 19th May to confirm how many seats you will require for the evening.​


The Making of Harry Potter




Non-Uniform Day (last day of term)

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.


Brockington College – OUTSTANDING Church of England School!

Please click here to view our full SIAMs (Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools) report where we were graded as an Outstanding Church of England School.


Christmas Fayre Booking Form

Please click here for the Christmas Fayre Booking form


Secretary of State for Education – Nicky Morgan – Visit

Nicky Morgan (24 of 37)We welcomed the Secretary of State for Education, Nicky Morgan, to Brockington College today.

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.

Chris Southall

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