In the almost two years that our Daughter has been at LSA, the SEN Department has been there to help her transition from primary school. Helping her get settled in, access all areas and have the confidence to be just like her friends. We have had a few hiccups along the way but, everything gets sorted and answered quickly and efficiently. Knowing that the SEN support is always there in the background makes our Daughters life and ours stress free.

When we moved to Lytham St Annes from Greater Manchester nearly three years ago, our first concern was which high school to choose. We wanted, as every parent does, the best for our child. We were recommended Lytham St Annes High School by our friends, based on their sons' experience at LSA. We arranged to come and have a look and were impressed with the two Year 10 girls who took us on a tour around the school. They were very polite, friendly and informative and good ambassadors for the school. We also had a number of conversations with members of staff which took away any concerns we had.  Our daughter moved to LSA in Year 7 with only four weeks to go until the summer holidays. Naturally, we were concerned as to how she would settle in. Support was fabulous, by staff, but also by 'buddies' who helped our daughter find her way around the school. We have never looked back and are very happy with the progress our daughter is making.  Something also worth mentioning is that we feel communication from/with school is excellent. 

Sam is really enjoying High School! Given the current circumstances I was concerned but communication has been 1st rate and I feel confident he is safe and well provided for! An incredibly smooth transition and I very much look forward to seeing him progress and achieve great things at LSA. 

Rose was diagnosed with severe dyslexia in primary school. Her experience at LSA has been extremely positive and her GCSE grades were amazing. Thanks to the wonderful support at LSA she is now at sixth form college, preparing for University. The staff were very supportive. She knew no one when she started and found the old college system worked very well at providing positive friendship and assistance, both from staff and fellow students.

LSA is a wonderful school. The staff are dedicated to enriching the lives of all the students, not only through the curriculum but also through value shown for each individual. The extra-curricular activities are extensive and varied, giving each child plenty of choices for developing their interests. 

- Caroline Sheppard -
The end of Joshua’s second week of high school and I have nothing but praise for LSA. He is happy when he goes to school and happy coming home....which has always been my measure of success, for a school and that I am doing the right thing for him as a parent. He loves it and the independence that comes with it. Thank you. 

 

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 My daughter has settled in really well & is feeling very comfortable & confident at school. This is extremely reassuring from a ‘new’ parent‘s point of view. I know one thing we take into account when considering the best school for our children is the number of pupils who attend. This is clearly well very managed at LSA. Your great efforts in keeping us up to date throughout the summer transition months & since starting school continue to be greatly appreciated. We feel the school is very well organised & look forward to watching our daughter embrace, achieve & develop throughout her time at LSA. 
Many Thanks & Stay Safe! 

I have been thoroughly impressed with LSA throughout the last 6 months. The pastoral support offered to my daughter (now in Year 11) has been fantastic and the communications from the school have been exemplary in what must have been a difficult time juggling last minute changes from the government, keeping staff and parents up to date as well as supporting staff and families through their own personal situations. My daughter fully embraced working from home and has been engaged throughout which is a testament to the quality, guidance and support from the teaching staff. Mr Baker's email updates were reassuring and very welcome.