Year 11 LSA student, and graphic design enthusiast, Charlie Morton, 16, launched his career with a bang when his year 11 work experience placement turned into the opportunity of a lifetime.
LSA has many close links with our local primary schools so recently an initiative for Sue Strother (Pyramid Club and Peer Mentor) and former 6th form student Jennie Richards and two peer mentors, to pay a visit to Year 6 classes has materialised.
Clifton Park Hotel was the venue for a spectacular Summer Ball for our parents friends and staff. There was live music by local band 'Smooth Chalk' playing swing, party and DJ sets all through the evening, a close up magician, balloon raffles with fabulous prizes and 15 lucrative silent auction lots.
The stops were all pulled out to collect funds for Downs Syndrome Research involving raffles organised by Learning Support Department, a raffle organised and supported by staff and a a fund-raising Friday by Whittle College.
In the Tournament held at Rossall School 22nd May our Year 8 team beat Rossall in the semi and then went on to beat Baines by half a rounder on the final ball to become overall Champions.
Once again Year 11 student Ben Holmes is in the news. He attended the 20th National Dwarf Games in Birmingham at the May Bank Holiday and swept the board, arriving home with a clutch of medals
This week sees the opening of an exhibition of artwork by some of our year 7 and 8 students at Park View Centre, Lytham.
For the past three months a group of high-flying Year 11 students have been working to encourage improved literacy skills across the school.
Teenagers from LSA and other schools watched as the horrors of a fatal road crash were brought vividly to life in an accident re-enactment held at Park View in Lytham.
Our F1 teams have been speeding away, reaching the National Finals in London. Team Silver Bullet (KS3) Regional Winners, Bloodhouse Class and Mary's Angels (KS5) Regional Winners F1 class.
Two of our Year 11 students, Harry Smith and George Fox scored recent success at the Under 16's National Cerebral Palsy Cup tournament at St.George's Park at the weekend.
16 year old LSA student Sophie Gunston was highly commended, against stiff competition, and was awarded £50 worth of art vouchers for her painting of a duck pond.