Our students are amazing people and we are very proud of them. They are at the heart of everything we do at The Billericay School.
It is important to us that our students have a collective ‘voice’ and have the opportunity to share their ideas and opinions. We are fortunate to have a dedicated team of trained students who volunteer their time to support and mentor their peers.
We all have the same goal of wanting to make student life better. Listening to our young people ensures we continue to meet their changing needs and equip them with the skills, resourcefulness and resilience to succeed.
At The Billericay School, we have a number of student led initiatives to ensure that our students’ voice is heard. Information about some of these can be found on these pages.
BBC School Report
Students from this school made the news for real on 21 March 2013 when they took part in BBC News School Report.
S4S is a team of trained students who work together to help our school to be an enjoyable, safe and happy place.
“Backchat” is the elected voice of the students of the Billericay School. There are about 90 Backchat reps in the school.
Speak Up is our online magazine created by students for students and a wider audience.