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Moving to University – Message from Logan, (Billericay Leaver, 2016)

Moving to university is one of the biggest things someone our age can do! It is such an exciting and stressful time and it is quite easy to feel very confused and frightened all at once. However, having almost finished my first year at the University of Lincoln, I can assure you that university is […]

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Revision App – GoConqr

by Rosie Let me guess. You are a year 11 who; even though our exams start next week, still hasn’t created any resources. If you are not a student, chances are you are a mentor (be it parent or teacher) who is trying to get us students to do work. Thankfully there is this great […]

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Young People and Mental Health

by Molly Mental health affects over 1 in 10 young people, including issues such as depression, anxiety and conduct disorders, normally affected by the happenings in someone’s life. Over 70% of children don’t get the help that they need at an appropriate age. 
There are a range of different mental health disorders that commonly reoccur […]

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School Clubs Spotlight—Language Leaders

by Riley Many of us attend one or more of the school’s various clubs, such as Badminton club, Word Games club and Chess club. However, in these articles I will be highlighting some of the school’s less well-known clubs and activities so you might find the perfect one for you. This time we’ll be looking […]

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THE BILLERICAY SCHOOL BBC NEWS REPORT

Click on the link below to watch today’s BBC School Report by our amazing year 7 BBC School Reporters!

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Year 9 Basketball Team Reach Essex Cup Final

By Caitlin, Isabelle, Ella, Francesca and Anna Today we interviewed two of the best players on the year 9 girls’ basketball team, Anna and Maria. We also interviewed their coach Miss Billings. Anna and Maria talked about how they were feeling about the match and how many games they had played during this season. Miss […]

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Fujitsu and The Billericay School Unite

–Tech News Reported by Spencer, Oliver, Will and Harrison The Billericay School have recently teamed up with Japanese company ‘Fujitsu’ to improve their students’ learning experience by adding hi-tech equipment to their IT classrooms. Our reporters have found exclusive information on The Billericay School’s new partnership with a technology company ‘Fujitsu’. Fujitsu specializes in computers […]

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Careers 2017

Written by Joel Interviews by Thomas, Cameron, Lewis and Joel On the 17th January 2017, Billericay school held a career convention. The evening was aimed at Year 9, Year 11 and Year 13 students however all students were invited. It helped the students to map out their future. The intention with Year 9 is to […]

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What’s The Point of Homework

by By Jaime, Charlotte-Louise, Chloe and Leigh. The average high-schooler’s response to this would be that there is no point in homework, but there are many different sides to the homework story. According to a survey on time spent doing homework in 2012, the average student in the OECD spends a substantial amount of time […]

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Beloved Teacher Returns for One Last Lecture

by Nathan A beloved teacher returned to the Billericay School for one last lecture before passing away ten months later. Mr Norman retired from the school after being wrongly diagnosed of Parkinson’s disease in 2004, but was correctly diagnosed with MSA (Multiple System Atrophy) in 2012, leaving him unable to walk or talk. His 22-year-old […]

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