This article from a 1956 issue of the Skegness News gives account of the Morris Secondary School opening in Skegness. The story reveals that the school was named after Canon Morris, a former rector of Skegness.
The photograph accompanying the article shows the school which was “an example of of really modern construction in glass and steel”.
Named after the Rev Canon AH Morris, a former rector of Skegness and today, at the age of 83, still an influential resident of the resort, the New Morris Secondary School in Church Road opened for the first time last Tuesday.
Built by the well-known Boston firm of Adkins, the new school is a typical example of really modern construction in glass and steel.
The first headmaster is Mr Ronald Johnson BSc, formerly headmaster at Winterton secondary school near Scunthorpe.
Source: Skegness News 12th September 1956