A LEVEL RESULTS: Number of top grades has risen at Kirkham Grammar School

Proud is the word staff at Kirkham Grammar School used to describe their outgoing year 13 pupils.

Grace McKnight, Hal Morgan-Short, Ashya Colvin, Oliver Hockings and Sam Pitcher

A LEVEL RESULTS: Celebration time at Rossall

Rossall School has seen a rise in the number of top grades made by A-level students.

Jack Saxton, Jack Purcell Clark, Matthew Shacklock and George Chesworth celebrate their results

A LEVEL RESULTS: Birthday boy’s media career hopes after A-level success at Carr Hill Sixth Form

A teenager celebrated receiving his results at Carr Hill Sixth Form in Kirkham – on his 18th birthday.

Jordan Denney at Baines Sixth Form

A LEVEL RESULTS: Staff share pride in Baines Sixth Form students’ top achievements

The smiles on these Baines Sixth Form students say it all!

Delighted students picking up their A-level results at St Marys. Pictured (L to R)are: Alice Townsend, Monica Brownwood, Nathan Leahy and Molly Barnes

A LEVEL RESULTS: Amazing pupils break records at St Mary’s Catholic Academy

Sixth form students at St Mary’s Catholic Academy are celebrating an excellent performance in their A-level results.

Eleanor MacMillan , who achieved an A a B  and a C at Carr Hill Sixth Form


Teenagers across Lancashire were up at the crack of dawn on Thursday waiting to get their A-Level results.
Mitch Aitchison (left) and Cameron Hardie celebrate their A-level results at Lytham Sixth Form College

A-LEVEL RESULTS: Perfect platform for future

Lytham Sixth Form College celebrated impressive results ahead of getting set for a new era.

Exam results can be a source of stress for many students

Support offered for young people worried about exam results

Lancashire students who have either received their A-level results or are waiting for their GCSE results are reminded that help, support and guidance is available from 'Talkzone', the county council's advice service.

There has been a sharp rise in the number of counselling sessions for 16-18-year-olds

Exam worries lead to increasing numbers of young people looking for help

Rising numbers of young people are seeking help due to worries about getting their exam results.

There are plenty of new routes into careers that wereonce the preserve of graduates.

Ten top jobs that don’t require a degree

According to teen magazine Future-Mag, more than half (54 per cent) of graduates say they’d think again about choosing university as the best way to find a job.

New undergraduates can find the first year of university a "real surprise"

Three-year degree courses 'too slow and undemanding for many students'

Some students are becoming disillusioned with traditional three-year degree courses, finding the pace too slow and undemanding, a vice-chancellor has suggested.

County councillor Geoff Driver

Cabinet considers top team shake-up at county hall

Lancashire County Council’s most senior officers could be ousted as the council’s cabinet prepares to consider three proposals for a restructure of the council’s top management team.

Nando's is giving away free chicken to all A-Level students on Thursday.

Nando's giving away FREE chicken to all A-level students

Restaurant chain, Nando's, is giving away free chicken to A-level students right across the North West this week.
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Children from St John's Primary School with ward councillors Mark Smith and Ian Coleman at the garden near the Salvation Army

Pupils dig in to spruce up garden

Children from St John’s Primary School helped spruce up a town centre garden,


Teddy Bears’ picnic proves a hit with youngsters

Nursery pupils pack up their hampers for alfresco fun at event to raise money for charity that helped baby.

Students got the red carpet treatment

Students end school days by rolling out red carpet

Students from Kirkham’s Carr Hill High School and Sixth Form Centre have been marking the end of their  school days in style.

Green-fingered students strike gold in bloom contest

Great Arley School in Thornton has struck gold with a blooming wonderful display.

Coun Gillian Campbell

Mental health a challenge we ‘cannot ignore’

A new service aimed at boosting health and getting people back into work is up and running after an £800,000 investment.

e hope you cherish your time in junior school, use the skills you have been taught, and continue to grow and flourish

Rossall School pupils go mad as a hatter on final day

These school pupils enjoyed a Mad Hatter-themed last day of term.

School attendance party at Bloomfield Road.  Revoe pupils celebrate

‘It’s unfair that poorly kids should miss out’

Should children be congratulated for having a 100 per cent school attendance record?

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