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Success! Report on the S4S Desk Launch

Miss Alzapiedi, Students for Students Coordinator, reports on the success of the S4S desk launch.   On the 18th December, while many of you were busy worrying about what Christmas presents you still had to buy, we launched our brand new Students for Students information desk. Many of our fantastic S4S representatives gave up their lunch time […]

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S4S Desk – Launch

What is so special about Monday 18th December? Yes, it’s the penultimate day of the autumn term; yes, it’s a week away from Christmas; but that’s not what makes it a special day. Next Monday is the official launch date of the S4S desk in the RBLC! After discussions with students, we found that in […]

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What About Sixth Form?

As year 11 are in the midst of applying for sixth forms, colleges and apprenticeships, Rosie Cook discusses her experiences of year 12 at The Billericay School. This year I started year 12, the first year of sixth form study. I opted to study Maths, Physics, Computer Science and English combined and I truly enjoy […]

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Participate!

Katie Bradshaw discusses the importance of participation in house events. Every one of us loves prizes, and most of us absolutely love the thrill of being told we are the winner. It’s the reason we spend hours and hours in front of TV screens with an Xbox controller slowly melting into the shape of our hand; […]

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Could You Spot A Bully?

William Boylan, year 8, helps you identify what is bullying and what is not. Anti bullying Week begins on the 13th November this year. Organised by the Anti-Bullying Alliance, its aim is to promote a society free from bullying in any form. Brilliant, but what if we can’t spot when someone is being bullied? In […]

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New Beginnings

WRITTEN BY RILEY GUY, YEAR 10 Wow. One half term done already. At the start it always seems to feel like that it’s going to go on for aaaaaaages, but now it’s finished. I know I, for one, have been surprised by the speed things have happened: we started Unit B4 of Biology, finished watching […]

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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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