Founded by some of the biggest names in film, including Working Title’s Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner, Bond producer Barbara Broccoli and Harry Potter producer David Heyman, LSA is a free sixth form academy for students aged 16 to 19 years old.
LSA is redefining what creative education means through partnerships between London’s best teachers and professionals working in film and TV; so students are taught by both. LSA is practical, relevant and stays plugged into the real world, while opening up career opportunities within the film industry.
As well as exploring and developing their craft across key areas of the screen industries, students also study English or Maths and take part in an Enrichment Programme so that every they all leave fully equipped with the academic and professional tools needed to succeed.
Students can learn about the full breadth of industry skillsets, including Script Development, Production which includes budgeting, locations, scheduling, health and safety and legal, Costume, Hair and Make Up, Post-Production and on and on.
The incredible facilities range from a stage and indoor cinema, green screen studios, VFX studio, hair and make up department, art department and so much more.
If you or someone you know is considering a career in film or TV, then this could be the perfect step for them to continue their education after GCSEs.
Get all the details about how to enrol and what the admission process involves here.