Year 11 Information Presentation 2020

Please find all the information you would have received during our Year 11 Information Evening at school, in this video presentation created by Miss Wareing.


Parents / Carers

Email from Miss Wareing - 15 September 2020


Range of information documents

Year 11 English Literature Revision Sheet

Year 11 English Literature PPE Information

Blank revision timetable (for parents and students to fill in together to organise study time)

Exam Board Details 

Study Guides

Improving Boys Attainment Presentation October 2018 

BTEC Student Handbook

Year 11 English Language and Literature Revision Tasks

Maths and English Information Evening Handout 



Sixth Forms and Colleges


AKS Lytham Sixth Form - Website

Welcome video


Blackpool & the Fylde College - Website

Parents Virtual Open Event

Join Blackpool and the Fylde College at their special virtual open event, specifically dedicated to parents / carers / guardians of prospective students. Hosted by the School Liaison Officers, Katie and Sam, it will look at qualifications students can gain, career opportunities and work placements that are available to students. They will also go over the current on-site safety concerns regarding Covid 19.

There will be special guests attending to give an insight for parents on how the college is best placed to look after their students, their education, wellbeing, and career aspirations. Parents are a hugely important part of our students' lives - and together, we're all members of the B&FC community.

Sign up to join this virtual open event and get answers to your questions - 

Wednesday 28th April  -  5pm - 7pm

B&FC - Virtual Open Events Sign Up


Blackpool & the Fylde College

These events are your ideal opportunity to learn why B&FC is the right place to get set for your future career.

All school leaver events take place Wednesdays from 4pm to 6pm.

At every event, our expert tutors will be available to advise you on all our subject areas and the support you can expect throughout your learning journey.

  • May 26
  • June 30
  • July 21

Win a £50 Amazon voucher

For the chance of winning one of 10 £50 Amazon vouchers, simply register and make a course application by Friday 30 April 2021. Winners will be drawn at random on 10 May 2021 from everyone who has both registered for a virtual open event and completed a course application form online. Winners will be notified by 17 May 2021.


Blackpool Sixth Form College - Website

Experience Blackpool Sixth - Online experience portal

No upcoming events at the moment


Cardinal Newman College - Website

Virtual Open Events


Kirkham Grammar School Sixth Form - Website

Virtual Open Event


Myerscough College - Website

Myerscough College

Virtual Course Advice Morning - Saturday 24th April 2021 - Book here


Preston's College - Website

Preston's College

Virtual Open Event for Year 10 and 11

Wednesday 24th March - 4pm - 7pm - More Info




AKS Lytham Sixth Form Prospectus

Blackpool & the Fylde College Prospectus

Cardinal Newman College Prospectus

Myerscough College Prospectus

Preston's College Prospectus



Apprenticeships Information

Find out how to become an Apprentice, what apprenticeships are available and which employers offer them. The Parents/Carers pack is full of useful information regarding all aspects of Apprenticeships, and the Schemes Information shows local employers and what is on offer. 

Become an Apprentice

Parents and Carers Pack - Apprenticeships Information

Apprenticeships Schemes Information


BAE Systems

Despite the current restrictions, BAE Systems are really keen to stay connected and continue to engage with young people, to help answer questions about careers, or provide an insight into the programmes they run. BAE Systems are really pleased to be part of this fantastic event and will be offering students the chance to learn more about what they do and who they are. Find out more by clicking here


Generation Tempest and Factory of the Future

Two ground breaking projects will feature in the virtual careers space during National Careers Week. Visit the Generation Tempest webpage to find out more about their 'Inside the Ideas Factory' campaign, which helps to show that if you join a BAE Systems early careers scheme, you won't just be building your future, you'll be building the future.


BAE Systems Apprenticeships

BAE Systems Early Careers info

BAE Systems Apprenticeships info and brochure

BAE Systems Submarines Prospectus


Local Apprenticeship Scheme


Local company Plumbs are recruiting for Apprenticeships for the 2021/22 academic year. They work in partnership with North Lancs Training Group to provide the programme and it is a great opportunity to earn, as you learn a traditional trade. Plumbs will be taking part in National Apprenticeship Week so keep your eye on for posts which give an insight into these opportunities. There is also an #askanapprentice day, which will give pupils the opportunity to ask questions directly to one of their current apprentices. For more information, including applying for these roles, click below - 

Plumbs Apprenticeships


Virtual Work Placements from Speakers for Schools

Speakers for Schools and their partner employers are now offering exciting remote placements, that enable young people to learn more about green roles in industries they are interested in and help them make decisions about what kind of job they would like to do in the long term.

New virtual work experience opportunities recruiting now, for a full list of placements, click the link here or sign in here to search and apply.

Apply as soon as possible to have the best chance of success.


Careers in Nursing - Virtual Taster Day

If any Year 11 students are interested in a career in Nursing, then this is the perfect opportunity to find out more. On 22nd April, 10am - 3pm, there will be a Virtual Taster Day which will give an insight into the NHS, how to apply, as well as the values, behaviour and attitude you will need to do the job. There will also be a networking opportunity to find out about different areas of nursing, and a Q & A session with a panel of experts. You need to register for a place and make sure you do so quickly, as the spaces do get snapped up. 

Click the poster here to find out more. 




Careers Introduction

Information by Industry


Labour Market Information

Job and Apprenticeship Search

Parents & Carers Information - Careers




Mental Health Support

Useful Health Websites

Click the links below to access these helpful and informative health websites - 


Young Minds

NHS Choices




BBC News Health



NHS - Blackpool Teaching Hospitals

NHS - Quit Smoking

Rehab 4 Addiction


Miss Chauhan provides Mental Health support on Instagram

Miss Chauhan, Maths teacher and Mental Health Champion, has set up a new Instagram account devoted to Mental Health, with tips, tricks and guidance to help cope with the change in circumstances and remote learning. Mental Health is so important and now, more than ever, so many people are struggling. 

Click here to find out more about the Instagram account and follow - Miss Chauhan on Instagram


Mrs Altham provides Wellbeing support on Instagram

Mrs Altham, Chemistry teacher and Mental Health Champion, continues to encourage young people to look after their wellbeing. 

Click here to find out more about the Instagram account devoted to student Wellbeing - Mrs Altham on Instagram


Lancashire Mind

We all have mental health, 1 in 4 of us will experience poor mental health. We're here to help you understand and look after your mental health and wellbeing. The new coronavirus that was discovered in December 2019 and causes the COVID-19 illness, has spread around the world and is impacting on the lives of many people. Although COVID-19 is a physical illness, the changes it has brought to our lives is having a big impact on mental health too.

We're all facing a new way of living, working and schooling and everyone will react in different ways to this. It's ok to feel worried, anxious or down. You might be struggling to sleep or, even if you're getting sleep, feeling sluggish and unmotivated. These are normal reactions to being in a situation that is uncertain and difficult to manage. For more information click the links below - 

Lancashire Mind

Lancashire Mind - Coronavirus and your mental health

Lancashire Mind - Support for Children & Young People

Lancashire Mind - Support for Parents & Carers of Young People



Free online counselling support for young people is available from Kooth, sign up for free at and you will have access to - 

  • Free counselling
  • Discussion boards
  • Magazine
  • Help articles
  • Journal 
  • Self help tools

Virtual sessions are also available and will provide you with a chance to find out more and have your questions answered. Multiple dates are available, you must register, links available here - Kooth poster





Year 11 Prom Celebration 2021

To be confirmed