Every Non-School Uniform Day at LSA, Christian dresses up to raise money for Brian House Children's Hospice which is a wonderful cause.
Our Christmas Concert last night was an amazing evening of wonderful music and it was fantastic to see so many talented members of our community.
A number of students have organised a charity collection for Home Start and loads of gifts have been kindly donated! Thank you for your support!
On Tuesday 27th November, 11 of our Y11 Performing Arts students spent the morning at Peartree School working alongside students and staff on a 'World of Work' week project.
One of our students did a 15 mile hike with his family over the weekend whilst dressed up as Santa to raise money for Derian House Children’s Hospice.
Our Art student have had their art work displayed at Fylde Gallery as part of a competition based on 'The Sea' and the new RNLI lifeboat at St Annes.
Prospective students and parents were invited to our Open Evening last night to see what we have to offer at our popular, happy and highly successful school.
During summer one of our student climbed Ben Nevis which is the highest mountain in the British Isles to help raise money for Blackpool Cat Paws Sanctuary and he has raised £385!!
16th august 2018 marked the end of an era for LSA Technology and Performing Arts Sixth Form as the last students ever collected their results.
The link between LSA Technology and Performing Arts College and its German partner, St Christophorus Gymnasium in Werne, has been active for 22 years. Both schools are extremely proud of this long link!
A group of Year 7 students along with staff from the Science Department built a 'Bug Hotel', did some wild flower seed planting and cleared the vegetable patch to welcome wildlife!
LSA are in Germany visiting our German Partner, St Christophorus Gymnasium in Werne! The partnership between schools celebrates 22 years this year which is remarkable!
Have a wardrobe clear out or a spring clean around your home and contribute to the fundraising efforts of our school community.
Do you have some uniform that is too small or no longer needed, but still in good condition? Please donate your pre-loved uniform to LSA!
To mark the first anniversary of the Manchester Arena attack two students made several posters with quotes from LSA staff and students and took them to the "Tree of Hope" memorial in Manchester.
We launched a fantastic competition for 5 lucky students to find out what nationalities are in their DNA tracing back over hundreds of years! The competition winners received their DNA testing kit yesterday.
A number of students from Curie College have been selling daffodils to raise funds for the Marie Curie Great Daffodil Campaign and they have raised £202!
A Year 11 student who is an Army Cadet has been selected to go to Canada during Summer for the International Cadet Exchange Expedition. Only 12 Army Cadets in the whole country are selected for this!
Even though a few weeks have past since International Women's Day, we have been continuing our work by spending form time discussing why we still need to "Press for Progress". The photo gallery below shows what our Form groups have decided to do to achieve this.
The Worldwise Languages event at UCLan on Wednesday 21st March was an opportunity for students to experience different learning experiences using a range of languages and cultures.
A huge well done to our LSA Swim Team who raised an outstanding £293 for Edward Dee & Meningitis Now! They raised the most money in their age category and received medals and a trophy!
LSA helped to reduce the amount of waste from our school kitchen by restricting the use of plastic products on Monday 5th March and Tuesday 6th March as part of Waste Week which is a national waste saving campaign.
Today is International Women's Day and at LSA we will be celebrating the achievements of women across all fields from engineering, maths, science, sport to composers and artists.
Since our return in January, over 40 staff members have volunteered to undertake De-fib training and basic CPR.
Two representatives from Marie Curie visited LSA this morning to help launch our 2018 Marie Curie Daffodil Appeal. A number of students from Curie College will be selling daffodils.
A student walked 13 miles for Bradley Lowery in July 2017 from St. Annes to Fleetwood Town Football Club, raising £765.58 and now he is striving to raise even more money.
LSA's Learning Inclusion and Nurture Centre (LINC) has been awarded with a cheque for £200 from ASDA Community Fund.