THE county council has unveiled plans to provide before and after-school care – as well as “support services” for Crowland children and their families – at St Guthlac School.
The new service will run from a new mobile classroom and a second new mobile will replace the unit used by Abbey 345 Playgroup.
Paul Holmes, county council head of provision planning, said the mobile classrooms will operate regardless of the decision over the academy at the secondary school.
He said that Crowland has a gap for before and after-school care.
The service is likely to be up and running by September.
Mr Holmes said: “This planning application clearly shows that the county council is supporting the community in Crowland by investing in a sustainable education facility.”