Members of the public are being urged to have their say on Everton FC's new free school.
The club's charity Everton in the Community won government approval to run its own educational hub in the city.
From September this year 120 students, aged 14-19 year-old, from deprived backgrounds are set to enrol on GCSE and BTEC courses. And now the Everton Free School Trust is holding a public consultation for the proposed free school, aimed at teenagers who found mainstream school was not for them.
Consultation questionnaires must be completed and submitted by 5pm on July 2.
Go to evertonfreeschool.com or fill out the consultation questionnaire at the drop-in event on Thursday, June 21 between 2pm and 8pm at the Learning Exchange in Roscoe Street.
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