Long Stratton High School strives to be a community that develops personal growth, excellence and achievement for all. Our aim is for every pupil to be empowered by accessing the knowledge, skills and experiences which allow them to make informed choices about their futures.
An important part of this is our commitment is our careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG) provision for all pupils in Years 7-11, focusing on post-16, further education and future career opportunities.
Our Aspirations Programme runs alongside this, striving to enable every one of our pupils to become inspired about their future, realise their full potential and achieve success as a member of our community and beyond.
Our teachers are enthusiastic about their subjects and feel it is important for you to understand the wide scope of opportunities available within their subject specialism.
LSHS Alumni Sam Best talking to students about Careers in the Civil Service.
UEA Outreach taking an assembly about Summer School.
LSHS students competing against other Norfolk Schools in a RAF STEM Competition at RAF Marham.
To measure careers destination data we gather feedback from pupils, parents, teachers and employers to understand the impact this has on students. This is reviewed on an annual basis.
Our annual Activity Survey produced by Norfolk County Council shows a continuous growth in students remaining in full-time education as a post-16 option.
Get In Touch
In School Contacts
•Miss Payton is our Aspirations Coordinator
at Long Stratton High School.
If you need to contact Miss Payton, please contact [email protected]
•Miss Franklin is Assistant Headteacher with responsibility for CEIAG
•Our Governor with responsibility for CEIAG is Sean Morgan