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External Achievements

Here at The Billericay School, we are proud of the numerous external achievements our students have attained. These accomplishments showcase their dedication, hard work, and commitment to excellence.

Our students have consistently excelled in various fields, including academics, sports, arts, and community involvement. Their achievements have been recognised at local, regional, and national levels, reinforcing the high standards we uphold at our school.

Through their exceptional performances, our students have not only brought pride to themselves but have also elevated the reputation of The Billericay School. We believe that these accomplishments are a testament to the exceptional education and support provided by our dedicated staff and the strong partnership we have with parents/carers. 

Recent Successes

Jack P, Year 10 - Winner of BBC's Young Reporter Competition for the East. For more information, please click here. 

Josh R, Sixth Form - Qualified for British Karting Championships 2024 and will be racing for Motor Sport Team, Kraft Potenza Motorsport. 

2024 Achievements

2023

Frankie B - Stared as Jamie Krump in the professional pantomime: Sleeping Beauty at The Billericay Theatre.

Rosie W, Year 8 - In October, competed in the British Disability Gymnastics Championships and won the competition on the beam, floor and vault. She also received bronze in the uneven bars. Rosie was crowned overall champion in her age group, meaning she is currently the best for her age in Great Britain. 

Jack M, Year 10 and Joe M, Year 11 - In October, they were invited to play for the Barbarians Football Club against a team from Vatican City (Rome). 

Tyler W, Year 7 - Represented Essex in Basketball at the County Tournaments. 

Sean A, Year 9 - U14 County Athletics 200m Champion. 

George W, Year 8 - In May, George won Young Citizen of the Year. He was nominated for his dedication and service to the Youth Town Council. George has been elected to the Young Essex Assembly and received a Jack Petchy Award for his work in the Community. He is one of the first students to be given a community badge. 

Logan - In February, Logan competed in Cyprus in the English National Karate Team. He was placed 9th and is now ranked 20 in the world at cadet 14-15 -57kgs. He then competed in France in March and won Bronze and gold in the British Championships. 

Frankie H, Year 7 - Ambassador for three mental health charities and does a lot with the English Women Rugby team. She appeared on Sky News following an interview at the Women's World Cup Final. 

2023 Achievements