Paul McCartney’s LIPA progresses with plans for new school

Parents and pupils interested in attending the proposed school can put their name down now

Plans for the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts (LIPA) to open a senior school have moved a step further after a new funding application for the project was made.

LIPA, set up by Paul McCartney and Mark Featherstone-Witty in 1996, is among a number of applicants for the latest wave of free school funding in a list published by the government last week.

The well-known city institute opened a primary school in 2014 and a sixth form in 2016 – and parents of pupils at those schools were first asked their views on the school opening a senior school in 2017.

At the time LIPA said opening a senior school would allow it to close the gap between its primary and sixth form provision.

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