School Uniform

Uniform shows that each person is part of our Brockwell community. Wearing it suggests we all belong here together.When we wear uniform with pride, we show an enthusiasm for being respectful – one of our five school values.

We hope it gives children a sense of belonging – every child matters – and creates an identity for the school in the community. We also anticipate that wearing a uniform encourages children to take pride in their appearance, preparing them for when they leave school and may have to dress smartly or wear a uniform in the work place. 

Our school uniform consists of black shoes, white polo shirt / shirt, grey trousers or skirt / pinafore and navy blue jumper or cardigan. For PE children need a plain white T-Shirt, dark shorts and warmer clothes such as tracksuit for cooler weather outside. Children may change into trainers for break times if they choose to play sports.

Uniform, including PE kit, other than from high street suppliers (and with school logo) is available from:     



  • Contact us


    Queries to Paula Knowles or Julie Murcott at Brockwell Junior School
    Purbeck Avenue
    Chesterfield,S40 4NP

    Tel: 01246 278542
    Fax: 01246 278542


  • A Warm Welcome

    Dear Parents and Carers,

    Excellent schooling isn’t just about our high professional standards and academic achievement. It’s also about enjoying learning and looking forward to the school day ahead. Children come first at Brockwell. Working together with parents as our partners, we aim to meet the needs of all children. Our success is built on a climate of positive discipline and respect, whereby the well-being of each child is at the heart of everything the school achieves.

    I extend a warm welcome and invite you to visit us. Come and experience the caring, fantastic atmosphere in our school and see that smiles, warmth and a love of learning are the norm and not the exception.

    I hope the information in our brochure and on our website is useful. Don’t hesitate to contact us with any further questions.

    Best wishes,

    Catherine Holmes