May 6 promises to be a turning point in the history of education along the coast, according to the team behind the ‘Coastal Free School’ proposed for Mablethorpe.
A public meeting being held at the site of the former Tennyson High School at 6pm, hosted by local MP Victoria Atkins, where she will introduce all the community leaders who are on board with the new school project to parents and prospective parents.
These will include leading business people, educational experts and local council leaders including East Lindsey Council Leader, Councillor Craig Leyland.
Chris Flanagan, from the Coastal Free School team, said: “Parents will hear details of the planned new school in depth for the first time, and they will see how different the new school will be from anything previous.
“With major partners from education and business in place - together with the commitment of this community - a new dawn is breaking for our young people.”
The meeting will consist of a short presentation by the Coastal Free School team and guest speakers but the main event will be an open session where parents and members of the public are welcome to ask as many questions as they wish.