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Brockley information

Brockley is a district of south London, England, located in the London Borough of Lewisham. It is situated 5 miles (8 km) south-east of Charing Cross. For many many years the area was considered south London's best kept secret, although today it has been rediscovered by young professionals looking for more space and a greener environment. 

Brockley has a reputation as a focus for the arts in South London. There is a annual music festival (the Brockley Max) and The Brockley Jack Theatre has recently been refurbished and has a high reputation for performances of new plays.

Much of north Brockley was designated a Conservation Area in 1974 and in the same year the Brockley Society was formed with the aim of preserving and protecting the character of the area. Brockley is today one of the best preserved and most coherent Victorian suburbs in inner London and contains examples of almost every style of mid to late nineteenth century domestic architecture from vast Gothic Revival piles to modest workmen's cottages.

Transport in Brockley

Brockley station Mainline Services

7-9mins to London Bridge
10-12 mins to Canon Street 
London Overground: Services to Highbury and Islington and Croydon

Southeastern:  southeasternrailway.co.uk/
London Overground: tfl.gov.uk/

Schools in Brockley

Primary Schools

John Stainer Primary School
Mary Magdelens' Catholic Primary School
Turnham Primary School
Ivydale Primary School
Brockley Primary School

Secondary Schools
Addey and Stanhope School

The St Thomas the Apostle College
Prendergast School for Girls
Deptford Green School

Please click on the link below for all the latestOfsted reports.

ofsted.gov.uk/inspection-reports/find-inspection-report