BFET student helps launch UK’s first ever Resilience Pathway

14 June, 2019

The UK’s first ever ‘Resilience Pathway’ has been unveiled this week in Blackpool and South Shore Academy was thrilled and honoured to be involved. Each paving stone on the pathway illustrates a “move” – an idea or suggestion – to help young people, their families and friends find a sense of belonging, cope with any […]

Breakfast club

26 April, 2019

South Shore Academy is the first high school in Blackpool to offer free breakfasts to all of its pupils. This is part of the Government’s National School Breakfast Programme (NSBP), which is being delivered by the charities Family Action and Magic Breakfast. Research has proved that a healthy breakfast can provide children with the energy and nutrients […]

Science experiments across the Trust!

26 April, 2019

We have recently seen British Science Week have quite an impact on our staff and students. Budding scientists at CMA dissected lungs and eyes, made slime, wrote about potion-making, took part in educational trips and welcomed Manchester University, who hosted a Flash Bang Extravaganza for CMA and Rushbrook pupils. At South Shore meanwhile, the entire […]

New South Shore Student Leaders

27 November, 2018

A huge congratulations to South Shore’s new Student Leaders. Over 70 students applied for the roles, so the application process was quite detailed – the Leadership Team selected the final 30 to be peer mentors, role models in the community and school representatives at events. They will also be heavily involved in school duties so […]

The sad death of Jane Tweddle

24 May, 2017

A statement from Jane Bailey, Principal of South Shore Academy We are devastated at this sad news. Jane was a well-loved member of staff and our thoughts are with her friends and family at this terrible time. Jane was a truly wonderful friend and colleague to all of us at South Shore Academy. As our […]