We have another finalist GRACE FLEMING for ‘Student of the Year’
Leicester Mercury Education 2018 award!
Grace’s friends nominated her for ‘Student of the Year’ for her determination through her exams, coping with the news that her mum had terminal cancer a week before exams started. Grace coped so well, but her mum unfortunately died the first week of the school holidays. She was desperate to live long enough to see her daughter get her results but sadly she didn’t.
Grace even commenced NCS days after her mum died – only missed one day, the day of the funeral.
Mrs Fleming even dragged herself out of hospital to see Grace go to prom,
a memory family and friends will never forget.
How fantastic it is for Grace’s friends to champion her and all that she has gone through in such a brave way, recognising how determined Grace was to do her best, she never made excuses.
This is what true achievement is.
Our campus really does have students with excellent values to be proud of,
who really do live your school ethos.

Leicester Mercury Education Awards 2018

We have some fabulous news to share with you, the following students and teachers are FINALISTS for the Leicester Mercury Education Awards 2018:

  • Music Excellence Award – Evie Dunn
  • Newly Qualified Teacher of the Year Award – George Hagen
  • Newly Qualified Teacher of the Year Award – Maimuna Peerjee
  • Science and Maths Award – Timothy Cowling
  • Science and Maths Award – Jill Brown
  • Sport Excellence Award – Lizzie Warner
  • Inspirational Teacher of the Year Award – Amelia Ainsworth

The awards ceremony will be held on Thursday 6th December 2018 at the King Power Stadium.

The awards are open to everyone and recognise those within the education sector who are excelling in what they do.


Year 9 Will Alves appears on MOTD ‘Can You Kick It!’

Year 9 student Will Alves entered the MOTD ‘Can You Kick It’ competition in the search for the UK’s best young technical freestyle footballers.  Hosted by ‘Sam and Mark’ from CBBC and world champion freestyler John Farnworth, the first of 10 episodes was aired on Friday 9th November and features Will, as the search begins.  Click on the URL below to view this episode:


Brookvale Groby Learning Campus is so proud of you!
Fingers crossed you bring the trophy home!


Student Council

ENRICH is the name given to our group of local headteachers, primary and secondary, with the main purpose to organise enrichment activities and events for the pupils in our schools.

Today the Student Council met to discuss ‘how we can work together for future joint events’. The Student Council consisted of 23 students; two Year 7 students from Brookvale Groby and Year 6 representatives from the following local primary schools; Lady Jane Grey, Elizabeth Woodville, Kirby Muxloe, Martinshaw, Mercenfeld, Newtown Linford, Ratby, Stanton-Under-Bardon, Thornton and Glenfield.

Some fantastic ideas were brain stormed, with the top 3 to be discussed and finalised at the next meeting.



Year 7 Girls Football Tournament

A huge well done our Year 7 Girls Football team who played in their first matches as a team yesterday.
16 girls represented the campus as we competed in the Hinckley and Bosworth area tournament and finished with a record of 2 wins and 2 defeats. The team improved with each game they played and picked up wins against Market Bosworth and Hinckley Academy, finishing joint second overall.

A fantastic effort in their first time playing as a team, well done girls!


Karate taster sessions

Tuesday 23rd – Thursday 25th October, our Year 7 students have been experiencing some karate taster sessions during their PE lesson.  Mr Simon Coope, from the Simon Coope Karate School, gave students an insight into the martial art with fun and engaging sessions, aimed at introducing them to the sport.

Simon runs an after school club for our students in the Brookvale Gym on a Tuesday from 3.30pm to 4:30pm at a subsidised rate of only £3.50 per session.

For more information please visit www.leicesterkararate.net or phone 07906 261769.

Girls U14 Football Tournament

On Wednesday 3rd October, Brookvale Groby hosted the Hinckley and Bosworth U14 Girls Central Venue League (CVL).

Brookvale Groby played back-to-back games beating both Hastings High School 5 – 1 and Market Bosworth 2 – 0!

The girls performed brilliantly, securing a place in the county cup.

For the Year 9’s girls in the team, this could start the journey of winning their third consecutive county cup!