Welcome to Lytham St Annes High School

It is my pleasure to welcome you to our fantastic school, one of the highest achieving schools in Lancashire!

Lytham St Annes High School is a learning community providing an excellent education and a wide range of extra - curricular opportunities for every one of our students. With a focus on our key values and a commitment to pursuing excellence as a learning community, the next few years are exciting for everyone. We are intensely proud of our students and are committed to working with parents to manage the move from brilliant students, to successful and happy young adults. As such, we will do everything in our five years with them to keep them safe, make them happy and allow them to succeed in and out of the classroom.

 I hope our website gives you a flavour of our popular, happy and highly successful school and particularly a sense of the achievements of our students. We take immense pride in our position at the heart of the community, with both a very long tradition of success, with an even brighter future. If you would like to know anything more about our wonderful school then please get in touch.

Mr. Baker
Head Teacher

 Lytham St Annes High School was established in 1955 and while a few things have changed since then, one thing that has stayed the same is our ability to always develop and succeed as "a learning community in pursuit of excellence"   (our school mission statement).

 We are proud of our school. We are proud of our teachers, our support staff, our families, and most of all our students. We genuinely pursue excellence on a daily basis and expect everyone to live our values of aspiration,  endeavour, integrity and respect.

 The last two years have seen a lot of amazing work around the school values. They have been at the heart of everything we do and we see our students living these every day in school. 

 Our high standards will ensure that we keep a vibrant, fun and safe environment for everyone. We expect students to behave brilliantly, be kind and get involved in the many opportunities we offer.


We take great pride in our induction of new students in the knowledge that a settled and happy student will flourish academically and socially We work closely with our feeder primary schools to exchange academic and pastoral information on the students which is used strategically to plan the curriculum and pastoral support. Students looking at enrolling at Lytham St Annes High School are given the opportunity to look around our school and find out all about the exciting subjects we offer at our Annual Open Evening in October.
Furthermore, all students take part in an exciting induction day, with many visiting our school for additional sporting, arts, and other events. We understand fully that the move from primary school to secondary school can seem like a massive jump. However, please be assured that as a school we are committed to ensuring that this move is as smooth and enjoyable as possible.

However, if you have any questions or concerns then please feel free to contact us. Please be aware that there is no such thing as a silly question, so if anything is worrying you, please email us to put your mind at ease. Alternatively, visit our Transition page for more information.



We believe that each one of our students is more than a collection of grades; they are unique individuals each with different talents, skills and abilities, some of which they haven’t even discovered yet. And as one of the largest schools in Lancashire, our school provides an excellent education and offers a wide range of curricular and extra-curricular activities. We even run several student groups and committees which are excellent opportunities for students to get involved with the topics that matter to them and help develop our school community and the wider community.  

There's plenty for parents to get involved with too such as our PTFAGovernors and school events. 

Please be aware that due to Covid-19, no school events or extra-curricular activities will be taking place at the moment. 






Our Charity Committee regularly supports our community and chooses which charities to fundraise for every Non-School Uniform Day. Our school has been involved with Rock FM's Mission Christmas, The Edward Dee Fund charity, 25 Zero (a charity for period products in Africa), One TreeMacMillan Coffee Morning and lots more. The response every time we fundraise from our pupils and families is always overwhelming and creates a great sense of a caring community at LSA. 


We donated protective goggles from our science department and our Technology department produced face shields via our 3D printers for essential personal protective equipment (PPE) for healthcare workers. 


At Lytham High School, we care about the environment which is why we set up our Eco Council. The Eco Council is student led, and hopes to encourage sustainability throughout our everyday actions and to create a better environment for staff, students and members of our community.


Events such as International Women's Day, Hustings Question Time event, Anti-bullying week and our Anti-Bullying Ambassadors, have all helped to educate and promote equality and respect. 

UNICEF Rights Respecting School

Over the past year, our school has done lots of work around Respect which has contributed towards our Rights Respecting School, Bronze Award. And thanks to this work our school is such a respectful place to learn and work. Learn more about our UNICEF work here.


Upcoming Events

October 02 2020

Virtual Open Evening

October 22 2020

Tinker Tailor Tourist Spy

November 05 2020

School Re-opens

November 05 2020

PE Extra-Curricular

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