For an overview of how we provide Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance through our extra-curricular activities, please look at our Twitter page.

Please click each section below to learn more about we we provide at LSA to support careers and life after school.

Knowing what to do after you've finished school can be a tough decision. We understand the importance of making informed decisions, so we make sure our students have access to all the relevant information and opportunities to make those decisions. As part of this we are working towards hitting all 8 of the Gatsby CEIAG Benchmarks. At Lytham St Annes High School our well-resourced library contains a wide range of careers information, we also have access to a number of websites providing useful up to date careers information in order to assist students to make informed and realistic careers decisions. Students and parents/carers can access these websites online giving them freedom to use these resources in their own time. Our Careers Coordinator works very closely with all the staff at LSA to embed Careers education into all subject areas across the curriculum. This gives the students a wide range of careers knowledge and guidance. We have built strong links with local businesses and our trust partners to allow students to have access and guidance from all business sectors.

CEIAG Policy

If you are willing to contribute to our Careers, Work Related Learning and Enterprise programme in school in any of the following areas. Please get in touch with our Careers Co-ordinator Miss Peloe. Can you help with any of the following: Year 11 Mock Interviews, Year 10 Work Experience, Year 9-11 Career Convention, All years Tell your story "A day in the life of" and "Meet the professional", All years Volunteering Opportunities, All years Careers Talks, All years Employment opportunities, Years 11 Apprenticeship Vacancy opportunities, All years Employability & skill development workshops and All year groups Raising aspirations.

All students must now stay in education until they are 18, continuing with one of the following options: A-levels, Extended Diplomas or an Apprenticeship. Support will be giving to help every individual find the best option/BTECs.


If you have any further question though, please contact us:

Miss Peloe - CEIAG Co-ordinator Email: 


Should you wish to speak on the phone, please call our reception on 01253 733192 and Mrs Woolley will redirect your call.

Ms Clegg - CEIAG Leader Email: 

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