The School Archive


Wanted: Design and Technology Technician

We require a technician to join our design and technology faculty as soon as possible. The post holder will provide technical assistance to support learning across the department. The role will provide variety, challenge and the reward of knowing that you are making a significant contribution in the development of Brockington College and ultimately a difference to the life chances of our students.  You will be required to work 20 hours per week, over five days, term time plus one additional week.

If you would like to apply for this post, please complete the Brockington College application form. The closing date for applications is Friday 2 October at 9am, which should be sent via email to  It is anticipated that interviews will take place shortly after, with successfully shortlisted candidates informed by e-mail.

Letter to Applicants  | Job Description | Person Specification | Application Form


Wanted: Lunchtime Supervisor

We require a lunchtime supervisor to join our team as soon as possible, working 12.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday 12pm – 2.30pm. The post holder will be responsible for the health and safety and security of students  during the school lunch break.

The closing date for applications is Friday 25 September at 9am which should be sent via email to

Letter to Applicants | Job Description | Person Specification | Application Form 


Microsoft Office … for FREE!



Under a Microsoft licencing agreement we have enrolled in we are able to offer all students the ability to download the latest version of Microsoft Office, for Windows, Mac, Iphone & Android – for free, for the duration of their time at Brockington College.

Downloading & logging in:

  • If you are ready to download the software simply click here and logon with your son or daughters email address ( and school password.
  • Once logged in click ‘Install Office‘ in the top right corner.
  • Choose ‘Other Installation Options‘ and it will then take you to a page where you can click ‘Install Office‘ to download & install to your computer.

Please note that if your son or daughter changes their school password at any point, they will need to re-sign in to Microsoft Office with their new password.

For any problems/questions regarding singing into Microsoft Office/Office 365, please contact the IT Support team:

Other services

For more information regarding other services we offer students, please visit our Students Portal page.


We are now an R2R Accredited School!



After all our hard work last year we are delighted to announce we are now a Route to Resilience Accredited School. Well done to all the staff that have worked hard to ensure we achieved this. This work has set us on an exciting journey!  Since the end of the course we have continued to move forward recognising the importance of every step we take to support staff and student well-being is key to help us all ‘Learn to live life to the full (JOHN 10:10).

Sue Lawrence & Sarah Heggs – Assistant Principals



October & November 2019 Bulletin

“It was an honour to lead the Armistice Day ceremony at Brockington College on Monday 11 November. I was humbled by the respect and reverence that students demonstrated in their approach to such a significant event. This was one of the very few instances where the entire staff and student body is able to come together, in order to mark this occasion. Particular thanks need to go to our head boy and girl, Eddie and Anna, who conducted a reading as part of the ceremony and to Francesca who delivered a solo performance of the Last Post on the French horn. Thanks is also owed to the members of staff who helped to organise the event, namely Mr Barton, Mrs Walker, Mrs Ward and Mr McDonald. If anyone wanted to know about the values taught at Brockington College, or the respect that our students and members of staff hold for others, then our Armistice Day commemoration is a shining example of this work.”

Please click here for the full bulletin.


Hear by Right Award Winner!

The Hear by Right award recognises our commitment to involving our pupils in what takes place at Brockington and how we develop as an organisation. This has been awarded by the National Youth Organisation who Mrs Ward has worked with since September 2018. Through this we have begun to create a pupil leadership team with our Ambassadors, that has a say in how we develop as a school.

This year we hope to continue this with new ways for our pupils to participate. As part of this, Mrs Ward had the privilege to attend a Youth Work Summit at Parliament last week and has been involved in the press release.

More information can be found here.


September 2019 Bulletin

Sadie Batstone, Principal:

“Dear parents/carers

Welcome to this first edition of the Brockington Bulletin for 2019 – 2020 and a special warm welcome to our new Year 7 parents and carers as you join the Brockington family.
August results day was another wonderful event. It’s always one of the highlights of the year to be able to witness students open their envelopes and see the joy they experience when they receive the results they have worked so hard to achieve. The morning was filled with tears and smiles of happiness; we wish all of our former students every success as they leave Brockington College and embark on the next steps of their journey. It would be remiss of me not to celebrate the achievements of students, and there were some outstanding results.”

Please click here for the full bulletin.


June & July 2019 Bulletin

Sadie Batstone, Principal:

“At the time of writing I am completing the end of my fourth full week as Principal of Brockington College. During this time there is one thing that has really stood out to me, and that is the positive attitudes and the respect that pupils have shown. I have experienced polite pupils who hold doors open, who have said ‘thank you’ or ‘hello’ and pupils who have picked up litter, as well as pupils who have taken part in the fun run to raise money for charity and pupils who are doing well and trying hard. I’m currently writing a lot of R3 letters and emails to go home! I’ve met many proactive pupils who have brought to me aspects of school life they’d like me to consider, from study leave to plastic waste! As well as pupils who have shown kindness and compassion; even today as I stood on lunch duty, a girl dropped her lunch on the floor, immediately a pupil from another year group helped her to pick it up.”

Please click here for the full bulletin.


Over £4000 raised for Charity in our Fun Run!


On Friday 5th July Students & Staff took part in a Fun Run in aid of Nicholls Spinal Injury Foundation Anthony Nolan.

We managed to raise a whopping £4000! Thank you to all the staff & students that took part, and to everyone who donated!

A selection of photos will be made available on our photo gallery shortly.


Post-16 Open Evenings

Here is a list of upcoming Post-16 Open Evenings:

South Leicestershire College 18th June 2019 5pm to 8pm
Bosworth Academy 22nd June 2019 10am to 1pm
Brooksby Melton (Creative Industries) 22nd June 2019 10am to 1pm
Brooksby Melton (Land Based) 22nd June 2019 10am to 1pm
Leicester College 27th June 2019 3pm to 8pm
Lutterworth College 6th July 9am to 12pm
Brooksby Melton 22nd August 2019 4pm to 6pm
Beauchamp College 26th  October 10am to 2pm
2nd November (at De Montfort University)
Wyggeston & Queen Elizabeth I College 9th November


Don’t forget to check out our dedicated Careers & Post-16 section!